Greetings, discerning readers!
Holiday greetings, that is. We’re in a festive mood here at MarketingProfs, since this is our last newsletter of the year.
Yep—we’ve elected to take a few weeks and spend some time catching our breath as well as cleaning up our desks before the fur begins to fly again in January 2004.
I come from the American newspaper business, where a daily paper is churned out no matter what—rain, snow, sleet or holidays be damned. The concept of taking a break from publishing seems entirely foreign to me… and I’m feeling a little sheepish about kicking back.
But I’m slowly coming around to Publisher Allen Weiss’s way of thinking: it’s time to celebrate, rest and rejuvenate—and to acknowledge that we all need some time to do so.
So… happy and safe holidays to all! See you next year.
Until next time,
P.S. MarketingProfs won’t disappear entirely during our two-week hiatus. Somewhere toward the end of this month we’ll update the Web site with our favorite articles from the past year: The Best Of MarketingProfs 2003. These will be pieces that said something important, and said it well. So look for a brief heads-up in your inbox right around the 29th of December.
Oh—and if there’s an article that stands out in your mind from the past year as a must-read on our “Best Of…” page, I’d love to hear your thoughts. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org!