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August 07, 2008

Sage's Connie Certusi on Surviving in a Shaky Economy

This has been quite the week. Started a new blog for Inc.com called Strategically Social. The inaugural post being on Diigo. Had a great conversation with Chris Brogan for TFBS show (see previous post). And yesterday I resumed hosting Tech Talk for the folks at ProfitabilityChannel.com.

Being in front of the camera (three in this case) to have conversations is so much different than doing my regular radio/podcast stuff, but I'm getting used to it.

My guest this time around was Connie Certusi - Sage Software's SVP and GM of Small Business Accounting Solutions. We had an interesting conversation on how small businesses can survive in a rough economy. Connie brought up a number of good points throughout the 20+ minutes that you may want to check out. The folks at the Profitability Channel are letting non-members view this episode for free for the next 30 days, so check it out as soon as you can by using the following link:

http://www.ibusinesschannel.com/program_detail.php?ep=2480

You'll be asked for some contact info, but the PC folks aren't spammers, they're just trying to track the interest in the shows. Anyways feel free to throw some constructive criticism my way if you do get a chance to check it out.

Thanks!

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