Last week, I became frustrated with marketing bloggers and their pesky attack on jetBlue. I asked if folks might consider hosting One Positive Day --- focusing on positive stories on the first day of the month.
Becky Carroll at Customers Rock! talked about a positive experience she recently had at Coldwater Creek.
Becky also lists three bloggers who write positive stories about customers. Please give Meikah at Customer Relations --- The New Competitive Edge, Phil Gerbyshak at Make It Great!, and Daryn at DarynKagan.com some of your attention, view their example of positive writing.
Jeff Larche at Digital Solid stayed away from negative posting today!
Six blogs being positive today. How about sixty next month, six-hundred in May, and six-thousand in June?
Update: Teresa Valdez Klein of the Blog Business Summit shares with us a positive article she wrote about a Seattle area pizzeria. Good for you, Teresa!
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March 01, 2007
One Positive Day
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Sounds like a great plan, Kevin! One blog at a time. Technically, Daryn's website isn't a blog, but she does have one. Daryn is a journalist (she was on TV news) who decided she was tired of the negative stories and started her own show. I applaud her for that.ReplyDelete
Yup, I recall her. When I visited the site, and started seeing video play, I thought "Well, isn't that different ... and she really looks familiar".ReplyDelete
Now I know!
Hi Kevin! Yes, it sure is a lot more fun to focus on the positive. As one of my favorite songs goes, "accentuate the positive, eliminate the negative..." Thanks for the shout out! :)ReplyDelete
Thanks for including me in the power of One Positive Day. Ah, the power, the simplicity, of ONE.ReplyDelete
Hi, Kevin! Awesome idea. :-)ReplyDelete
I wrote a positive post about my favorite pizza parlor a few months ago:
I agree with you that we all need to try to rave a little more and rant a little less.