A look back on years of blogging

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EVERY few years or maybe longer in some cases, artists looks back on work they have produced.

In the art world, this is known as a retrospective.

If you consider writing a blog as an art form, surely it would also make sense to have an occasional retrospective for that medium.

In reality, due to the here today, gone tomorrow style of media, a lot of blogs are consigned to history.

We have just restructured our blog, so we had a chance to read some of the old posts – some of them date back to 2007…it is amazing how many of them are still relevant – in some cases even more so than when they were written.

Some predictions we made have come true, some ideas we proposed probably will come true, though still haven’t happened yet. Some of the guesses we made were wildly wrong.

That is the best thing about blogs in some ways, you can relive the time.

So join us for the KnowledgeBank Retrospective.

As a blog is also a bit like a newspaper – we also thought we would serialise some of the posts using our Twitter and Linkedin feeds to share the info, so keep your eyes peeled for updates.

We are tagging these with the hashtag #KBRetrospective.


Do you have a favourite blog post you want us to dig out and reshare or even better, do you have one of your own that you would like us to share for you?

If so let us know in the comments below.


About the Author:

Jim Lawrenson has spent 20 years working with clients including many of the FTSE 100 as well as hundreds of SME's to develop their B2B Sales and Marketing. From training people to sell at the age of 17, to becoming Director of the largest outbound marketing company in the UK, his innovative approach to marketing means that his clients are always ahead of the competition.