Monthly roundup - May 07
This has been an eventful month in the life of this blog. The interface was changed to (hopefully) make the blog more presentable. We upgraded to Wordpress 2.1. The icing on the cake was the Carnival of Small Business Issues. The carnival is gaining popularity and we continue to receive a large number of great submissions. However, in order to maintain the quality of the carnival, I may have excluded your post. I do apologize and urge you to submit quality articles that help small businesses and entrepreneurs grow and sustain their organizations.
I would like to thank the following individuals for their continued readership, feedback and support:
Bill Willard, Lina Nash, Alvaro Fernandez, Silicon Valley Blogger, Debra Moorehead, John Lampard, Sudhanshu, Wanda Grindstaff, Dina Giolitto, David Gross, Kathryn Vercillo, Skip Reardon, Chris Pangburn, Ashton Udall, Jack Yoest, Brandon Peele, Wenchypoo, Steve Faber, David (Alexander Report), Jimmy Atkinson, Chris Denny, Sen Ze, Matt McDonald, Cade Krueger, Henry Bagdasarian, Dave Prouhet, Alexander Tretkjov, Wilson Ng, Dan Harris, John Crickett, David (guideeye.com),Â Kristine McKinley, Laura Young, Surfer Sam, Karen Bryan, Tracy Coenen, Aaron Potts.
Thank you for participating and sharing your thoughts.
After posting this, I realized I did not thank those bloggers who considered my posts in carnivals they hosted. Oops…
Doing it differently (Aaron Potts), Carnival of Economics & Global Trade (Sagar Stapathy), Carnival of Career Intensity (David Lorenzo), The Personal Development Carnival (Karen Lynch), Carnival of Customer Services (Sagar Satapathy), Economics and Social Policy (The boring made dull), Carnival of leadership development (Anna Farmey), Carnival of Capitalists at Gyan Suttra and The Marketing Whore, Carnival of leadership growth (Billy Smith), Carnival of Entrepreneurs (Steven Fisher), Marketing (r)evolution CarnivalCarnivals, CoSBI categories.