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Welcome Back

Well, I guess it’s time to start blogging again!  😉  After a significant hiatus, I shall once again try to post some stuff here every so often.  I had to move everything over from eradicateperplexity, since it has been grabbed by a low-life spammer.  But that’s okay, cause I needed to consolidate things onto my …

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Blogging and Social Media

The full version of this article can be found on the USGlass Magazine site Update: This article was written while I was employed at GTS.  Out of respect for their rules, I am linking direct to the magazine source, but not placing the content here. You can find other articles by Scott Orth (and GTS) at USGlass Magazine

Getting Customers Back…Online

Article Originally Written for AGRR Magazine in the Automotive Glass Industry The Disappearing Customer Are conglomerates, like Safelite, pushing their way into your neighborhood, stealing your customers with unethical, big-business pressure tactics?  The auto glass market is essentially “owned” by one company.  If you’re trying to survive in a this tough industry, you have to take your customers back. …

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USGlass Magazine

I’ve been asked to write a column for another glass industry publication, US Glass.  You can find my debut article with this magazine here… Update: This article was written while I was employed at GTS.  Out of respect for their rules, I am linking direct to the magazine source, but not placing the content here. Read …

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Friday Favorites

In an attempt to actually pay attention to my own blog – here is a list of my favorite posts from the week.  I haven’t had much time to read this week, so sorry for the short list… Matt McGee’s SEM Celebrity Look-a-Like Rebecca Kelly’s “Don’t Fire Me Rand” SES Wrap Up Todd Malicoat’s “Why I …

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SES New York Wrap up

Okay – I missed the New York recap, but what can I say – I have 1,000 deliverables due, and my (professional) goal in life is to make clients happy – so…priorities man, priorities… SES New York was fantastic – great attendee turn out, great sessions, and a memorable first trip to the Big Apple.  …

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