The Business Of A Blog

Written by Joel Basa, e-Marketing Manager at Xerox Corporation
We’re officially in Q2. 2011 is off to a fast start and all businesses are recapping their Q1 performance and tweaking their strategy and priorities for the upcoming quarters. We’re treating our blog as a business and we’re doing the same thing…call it the business of our blog…(and we’d like to hear from you and you might come away with a prize!)
Looking back, Q1 for the Digital Printing Hot Spot has been a good one. We’ve discussed many topics including the changing trends in social media and print to customer success stories to emerging technologies and tactics in the world of print. We’ve also written some hints and tips and even attempted our first Live Blog.
However, like any other business, we’d like to make adjustments to ensure we’re doing the right thing. We want to be sure we cover topics that are most important to you and most valued by you. This is your opportunity.
Please complete the survey below and add any additional feedback you have by commenting to this post. Leaving detailed feedback through a comment will enter you in a drawing for your choice of one Business Development Tool. Your choices include: the Print Service Provider’s Guide to Social Media, PrePress for Digital or our Open House/PR Kit. We’ll select 3 winners total! We can’t wait to hear your feedback. Drawing will be on April 22!
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6 Comments

  1. Chris Goldan April 13, 2011 - Reply

    I would like to read about how design thinking has revolutionized your product development process

    • Joel Basa April 18, 2011 - Reply

      Chris, great topic. There has been a lot of interest around the product development process and I hope I can share some information in the near future!

  2. Anthony Jackson April 13, 2011 - Reply

    We would like to understand the roadmap for products e.g. Will there be an iGen5? Success stories are great and trends give us direction for customers to focus their planning and future solution investment – thank you for your blogs – much appreciated!

    • Joel Basa April 18, 2011 - Reply

      Thanks Anthony, seems like product development and the product roadmap have some interest. I’ll see what I can do!

  3. Jose Paz April 18, 2011 - Reply

    I ‘d like to know about how digital design and printing changes to a new business model, and the tools we have to success in the change

  4. Dominique Lussier July 11, 2011 - Reply

    Men and women often underrate the value of top quality in supplies and printing with regards business printing products.

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