My regular readers know that I prefer to focus on how we can benefit small business and bloggers and not on the individual behind this blog. That has created curiosity about who I am, why I do what I do and more details on why I think what I think and share what I share.
Interactive advertising media executive and fraud prevention blogger Pace Lattin asked if I would answer some intriguing questions for an interview he wanted to publish on Technorati. Here’s what he had to say:
What came out of that interview was one of the most interesting interviews I’ve ever had with anyone — and I’ve been doing this for over 12 years. She revealed stuff about Google and about marketing and blog promotions that many people would charge to share in a several hour seminar. It’s worth reading and rereading several times.
- Gail Gardner and her Map to Small Business Growth: Interview Part I
- Gail Gardner and Her Map to Small Business Growth: Interview Part II
I’m sure you’ll find his intro very entertaining:
While Gail Gardner is not particularly famous in mainstream circles, in the small business and marketing blog world, she’s made a name for herself as one of the most influential bloggers out there. From her house somewhere in Texas, she’s managed to create a network of bloggers who listen to her every word, and in turn follow her posts as if they are gospel. What is even stranger is that no one has actually met her, and she’s never been to a single convention or spoken at a single event. Her entire influence has been built online, one post after another, often making major waves with what she says in the marketing community.