Hi. Thanks for the feedback. I appreciate your time.
Have you recently `seen` such sites you are talking about? I know the broad terms of what Seth is saying, as I`ve read most of his books and `understand` them well. What I am asking is what is your recent experience. What have you seen in way of e-commerce sites that is different, fresh and stands out from the norm?
That`s really good stuff you are sharing here, although I`m a little concerned about preaching to the choir so to speak.
I`m already on board with the idea that there new ideas are what will make a site valuable and therefore successful. (I even spelled Godin right in my original post! LOL!) My goal for this thread is to find and discuss such ideas.
In other words, rather than talk about the THEORY of what would stand out and what would not...I`d like to talk about what you have seen, specifcally, that works. If there are 100 widget knock offs out there, have you found a Woodgit?
How about a Tegdiw? (a reverse widgit, naturally!)
Nikole definately did nail it, and I couldn`t be more grateful. If anyone else can share that kind of specific example / experience, I`d like to know about it.
(PS - Nikole, you did not waste her time! I e-mailed the people at MyOfficeWorks and hope to do something with them later in the year!)