November Connect Magazine Column

Check out my latest article in Connect Magazine that gives my impressions of the event in Las Vegas earlier this year. Let me know what you think of the article.

And please, tell me topics you would like me to cover next time? Remember, at Connect you are the \”editor-in-chief\” so let me know what you want to see.

In case I haven\’t mentioned it before, I got this Connect writing gig because of my blog. I\’ve written before about the myriad benefits of blogging.

One thought on “November Connect Magazine Column

  1. Paul-
    I love the article. I think you drove home the point that the internet is a lot bigger than anyone expects. I also like the point that unless you are a company who stays up to date with internet advancements, you will be left behind. New trends, opportunities and concepts are continually being implimented, and those comapnies who utilize those trends stay on top. Just look at Internet Reatilers most recent issue listing the top 50 eCommerce sites- all of those companies are on top because they stay on top of the trends.

    Good article.

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