One more time Part II

Tom Foremski replies in comments to my suggestion that he snuck behind a click wall (aka partial text feed) the other day: News Discussion: One more time TalkBack  1 of 1:     Thanks for the mention Steve :-) It's an old trick to bring *attention* but I'm a newbie, so you got me-won't be doing that again.

Tom Foremski replies in comments to my suggestion that he snuck behind a click wall (aka partial text feed) the other day:



News Discussion: One more time
TalkBack  1 of 1:
 
 

Thanks for the mention Steve :-)

It's an old trick to bring *attention* but I'm a newbie, so you got me-won't be doing that again.


Smiley's aside, like Dan F, I don't have the foggiest what your attention gesture stuff is about, but I must admit, I haven't tried that hard, I must try again once I get a spare moment. Or I'll ask Dan to explain it to me once he's got it figured.


Here is my contribution on the subject of attention:


Old Rules: In business, your competition is your competitors.


New Rules: In business, your competition is not your comptetitors it is someone's grandmother--because she competes for attention. So you'd better give a lot of value away because you are competing with Grandma.

 OK, but if you're competing with Grandma then why are you not continuing to give a lot of value away? Perhaps you switched from full to partial once you figured you'd roped enough people in. Speaking of old tricks...

I guess your silence speaks loudly. Hope you'll reconsider; I was enjoying your feed. I'll leave it subbed just in case.