Topic: Our Forum

Michael Goodman Passes 200,000 Expert Points

Posted by Jay Hamilton-Roth on 2000 Points
Michael Goodman has now passed the 200,000 point mark on the Know-How Exchange. Since July 9, 2003 he has helped improve the lives of over 3200 questioners.

His wisdom, humor, and perspective have impressed me from the first day I joined the forum. That he makes the effort to share his level-headedness regularly speaks volumes.

Congratulations, Michael. Thanks for being an exemplar to me and the rest of the forum. It's delightful to be associated with you.
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  • Posted by CarolBlaha on Accepted
    I always look forward to reading Michael's posts. He doesn't guess but gives solid advice that he is able to state succinctly.

    Sell Well and Prosper tm
  • Posted by Gary Bloomer on Accepted
    Dear Jay,

    Michael's stewardship, vision, expertise, good humour, and insight are inspiring; I learn something new from every one of his posts.

    Michael, hearty congratulations on passing the 200K mark.
    I look forward to reading more of your insight, and to learning more from you, both in 2010, and way beyond.

    Gary Bloomer
    Wilmington, DE, USA
  • Posted by SteveByrneMarketing on Accepted
    Way to go Michael. 2003 seems like a long time ago, a different world. Congratulations on your terrific contributions to the forum and being a voice of reason for nearly seven years.

  • Posted by Frank Hurtte on Accepted
    We just spoke of this last week. Busier than heck, working on major projects and helping others get started in the business.....

    You are a treasure.. and I am proud to be your friend.
    Frank Hurtte
  • Posted by michael on Accepted
    You're one of the reasons I never hesitate to recommend people visit this forum.


  • Posted by AA/Swap on Accepted
    Hi Michael,

    Congrats on achieving awesome feat. Suggestion provided by you, have helped me and the community as well, to tackle intriguing marketing querries.

  • Posted by NovaHammer on Accepted

    Congrats and many thanks .... from The Back Row!
  • Posted on Accepted
    And one more to join the chorus! Congratulations to a stellar contributor and friend.
  • Posted on Accepted
    Congratulations on your achievement. Your insight is always well thought out and to the point. We may be helping others with our answers, but the real winners are all of us who learn from our fellow posters. Best wishes in 2010!

  • Posted by MANSING on Accepted

    Frankly we don’t know each other but through this medium I would like to congratulate you for your achievement .

    We all proud on your dedication and continuous efforts to help others and share valuable knowledge

    It has inspired me a lot....

    Keep Going!!! I am sure there’s much more to come from you !!

  • Posted by mgoodman on Accepted
    Thank you, Jay and everyone. I can assure you that it has been a real pleasure to be part of this community, and I'm always gratified when I learn that my contributions have been helpful, interesting, or at least mildly entertaining.

    As others have noted, we're all learning from each other as the world of marketing evolves, new media change the landscape, and whole industries undergo transformation. Collegial exchange on this scale wouldn't have been feasible just a few years ago, and now we take it for granted.

    As 2009 draws to a close, I thank you once again for your kind words and wish you all a very happy and prosperous 2010.
  • Posted by steven.alker on Member
    Gosh – I take a two week break and Michael lands on the moon. As the question has closed, I can’t be after the points, so I can say what I want to.

    Measured is the description which comes to mind with Michael’s postings. He cuts to the core of whatever is under discussion and then offers a calibrated and accurate précis of what might be done. Where I would take a page, Michael takes a paragraph.

    Congratulations Mr Goodman on a stellar achievement and for even more, think of what those points mean to the recipients of your answers. Every single one represents a nudge to someone, somewhere in the right direction. That’s a nudge away from failure or a nudge towards a successful project.

    We don’t know who they are but an awful of people should be grateful that he could be bothered!

    Steve Alker
  • Posted on Member
    Hey MG it's Bill Moore ... I'm back :)

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