Is tagging coming of age as a business tool?

This one’s part serious as a potential business awareness tool and also lots of fun

21 months on from when I was first tagged by the excellent Mark White, I’ve suddenly been tagged again!

This time it’s by the pharma expert, Sally Church in New York!

I’m supposed to say 6 things about me that you were unlikely to know. Well, back in the early days, it was 5 things and I’ve already ‘fessed up about them!

Here are the other rules

1. Link to the person who tagged you.
2. Post the rules on the blog.
3. Write six random things about yourself.
4. Tag six people at the end of your post.
5. Let each person know they have been tagged.
6. Let the tagger know when your entry is up.

Sounds a bit like the old time chain letters to me but this time round nobody’s asking for money and nothing nasty happens if you don’t take part.

Who to tag? Well…

Sarah Arrow has to be a prime candidate

Mark White who started me off (though I didn’t know how to run with it) whilst the rest of the world was “in nappies” so to speak

Jack Kuperman, whose blogs are not only a hoot but, if you allow them to, get you thinking

Nigel Grainger deserves a mention otherwise he might yell at me – and he’s bigger than me (and also provides a very useful service on stuff that many small businesses are sorely unaware of)

Siobhan Walsh – just go see what she does…

Lynda Cookson – see this lovely lady’s sight, drool and, if you can, buy!

By the way, if all this works, looks and reads as it should: Mark’s done a brilliant job in training Luddite me. If it doesn’t: Don’t blame him!

Keep safe, learn and prosper!

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