About this Blog

This is Doug Meacham’s personal blog. Everything posted on this blog is his personal opinion and does not necessarily represent the views of his employer or its clients.

NextUp posts are primarily focused on Customer Experience, Marketing, Innovation and Social Media trends.

8 thoughts on “About this Blog

  1. Hi there,

    My name is Rhea de Bies and I am a student working on my master thesis in Marketing Management.
    I am currently writing my master thesis about blog marketing in the CE industry. I did my internship at Philips Consumer Electronics and there I got inspired to write about this subject.
    To complete my research I need respondents who recently bought a CE product and looked for purchase information online, especially on blogs. Recently I was allowed to post on Marketingfacts.nl (Dutch) and they also put up a link to my survey to help me. This was a succes for my overal response rate, but I need to increase the response rate of my blogging questions. I need more blog visitors to answer my questions. So I thougt about your blog, that I visit for quite some time now. Would you put a link to my survey (http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.asp?u=173152692608) on your blog or forum to increase my response rate of blog readers? I also give away 20 euro cash cheques to 3 lucky winners.
    Many thanks in advance.

    Kind regards,
    Rhea de Bies

  2. I am 14 years old and I think that you are a prety smart person and you could out think Albert Einstein in mathmatics. Although your blogs are opinions I feel that they are more opinional-fact than opinional-fiction anoher man posed this about Disney World please read: “On Tuesday Oct. 7, 2007, we checked into the Caribbean Beach Resort for a four night stay. Upon entering the room, we observed the following conditions:

    The carpet was heavily soiled with numerous stains, the bed covering was also stained, there was a substance that had been spat on the frame of the mirror, their was a hairball behind the bathroom door, and there was mold growing on the toilet paper holder and a corner of the bathroom floor.

    We immediately went back to the check in desk and asked for a different room based upon our observations. We were told that there were no other rooms available, but that they would do a “VIP” cleaning of our room. Their excuse for the dirty room was that “the property is 35 years old and is in need of refurbishing”. The only cleaning done was to remove the hairball, and change the soiled bed covering. If this had not been a prepaid package deal, we would have checked out an hour after arriving.

    We did have 14 large towels in the room, so I made a towel walkway from the bathroom to our beds each day so we would not have to walk on the heavily soiled carpet. The shower nozzle is plugged so that only half the water jets spray water, and the shower drain is slow to drain, so that you would be standing in 4 to 6″ of water while taking a shower.

    I would like the CEO of Disney World to stay in this room, or better yet, have his grandchildren stay a week in this room.”

  3. Hey Doug,

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    I recently finished building a tool for FindTheBest that compares CRM software. I thought you may be interested and it might help some of your viewers out. Feel free to play around with it!

    Here is the link: http://crm-software.findthebest.com/

    Have a great day!

    All Best,
    Woody Robinson

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