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January 20, 2006


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tell him you'll do it for a modest speaker's fee!

Tell him I'll do it for a modest speaking fee. I already consult on blogs with two Fortune 500 companies.

If you can't figure out why doctors should have blogs, then tell him I'll do it for a modest speaking fee.

I think I've got it covered. And I don't need any money.

Bill, no offense, but isn't paying you to consult on blogs a little like paying a mechanic who recently gave up driving to work on your car?

Let me know when it is, I'd like to come. I'll sit in the back and I won't laugh. Much.

Let me know when it is as well, if it is not restricted solely to med students.

I'm going to be talking a lot about your blog, Rachel, so it would kick ass if you could come. Better from the horse's mouth...

If the mechanic gave up driving because it was getting in the way of him doing more mechanic work, sure.

I haven't given up blogging, I'm just not publishing at one blog site (billhobbs.com) anymore for the time being.I currently consult with a couple of major corporations and a couple of political/think tank-type organizations on blogs, have a couple of blog-related projects in development, and have a track record of success helping clients use blogs as a marketing tool and/or as a means of influencing media coverage and policy debates.

BillHobbs.com is on extended hiatus because it was getting in the way of all that.

But I did laugh at your analogy, Aunt B.

Sounds like fun. Except I think it would mildly freak me out.

Huh! Neat! I'll have to keep an eye out for this.

besides your existing content, perhaps try checking out some articles about Narrative Medicine, and see how you can work that in there? Hopefully that can at least give you some ideas...

Please let me know if you do this. It's where I work!
Fortune 500's don't have M.D.s

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