Marketonomy One Year Old

by Chris Kenton on February 15, 2006

I was looking at my blog’s statement of purpose yesterday–to see if I was still relevant–and noticed that Marketonomy has just hit the one-year mark. Since no one else will stand up and cheer: yippee.

Quite a lot has happened in the past year. I left the marketing agency I helped to found, Cymbic; I joined the CMO Council and it’s corporate parent, GlobalFluency to help drive global expansion; I quit BusinessWeek Online and joined Executive Decision Magazine as a columnist and commentator on marketing; and I had a blast participating in various marketing events and conferences. All the activity has made it hard to keep posting regularly, but it’s been a fascinating exercise in finding the right voice. A lot harder than writing a column or feature story. I’ll have to put some thoughts together on that topic–the advent of blogging puts an interesting twist on the concept of the public sphere…

I’ve got my first article out in a new gig writing for Executive Decision Magazine. Check it out and let me know what you think.

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