Ian Lurie Jul 15 2011
I’ve now written this blog post three times. The first version was 1500 words. The second, 400 words. This version is much shorter, and I think more fair.
Yesterday I wrote about the Wall Street Journal, bad SEO advice and subdomains.
There’s a deeper lesson, though: When you blog, report or speak, you have an audience. It might be 1 person or 1,000. Doesn’t matter. You might be a professional journalist, a doctor, or a single marketer with an audience of 3. That’d doesn’t matter either. You have a responsibility to your audience.
Follow one rule:
Your audience assumes you’re right. Speak carefully.
Have a good weekend everyone.
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Ian Lurie is Chairman and Principal Consultant of Portent Inc., an Internet marketing agency that has provided Internet marketing, including PPC, SEO, social and analytics services, since 1995. Read More