I’ve spent three and a half years as a salesman in this industry, starting at the very tender age of 17. Now at 21, my next big blog post is going to be about my time spent in this industry so far. People who I’ve met, be it customers or competitors. I’ll try and tell some half interesting stories! The post will represent my reflection on the industry, the highs I’ve had, and the lows too, it’s going to be a personal affair.
At the same time, I may start to drip in details of who I actually I am. I’ve remained anonymous thus far, but I am undecided as to whether I reveal myself fully, partly or not at all. Giving myself away will give me an identity and image, remaining anonymous means I can remain impartial and unbiased. I would appreciate some feedback; it will probably make my mind up. There’s only one person that I’m aware of that knows who I am at the moment.
Merry Christmas all!
>Hi A few things I would consider if I was in your shoes. Firstly, almost all blogs are not anonymous. The main purpose of a blog is to create a buzz about you and your business and build yourself as an authority figure in your industry or niche. I presume you have a business website, a Twitter account and this blog. They should all bounce off one another and build the overall profile. You are getting zero pay back for all your hard work by remaining anonymous. My Twitter account has nearly 1700 followers and if you search my Twitter… Read more »