Tag Archives: Product Management

1000 unique visitors a week

1000


That is it! I reached 1000 visitors last week (1008 to be precise).  Not surprisingly this happens when re-started to post more often in the blog.

Only last month, and according to Google Analytics, I had visitors from 106 countries or territories. The top countries visiting my blog are:

  • United States
  • United Kingdom
  • Canada
  • India
  • Portugal
  • Followed by Germany,  Philippines, Australia, Ireland and France

I posted about how to improve a website ranking, internet marketing, cloud computing, effective communication, strategyuser experience I and II, product management, Sales suggestions,  provided a couple of presentation tips, talked about my native country plus other things that you can check out by either searching or visiting the archive.

If you want to know how many visits I had when I start just ask Google for “what is the loneliest number”. The calculator will answer you.

Thanks to everyone that visited me 🙂

EDIT: To honor my Indian visitors I added Hindi as one of the languages where you can translate the blog automatically.

EDIT 2:     As of August I have over 2200 visitors a week :). I definitely need to post more often. Thanks everyone for visiting my blog

Product Management for beginners

Product Management

One of these days I was surfing the web and I came across a great website with great tips to people that are starting as Product Managers as their full time job. Although I work in the business and I have some experience with Product Management/Marketing I got great tips. The online Webinar conducted by Jeff Lash is very good and it covers the following tips for starters.

  1. Spend time with customers
  2. Ask “dumb” questions
  3. Let go of your past
  4. Surround yourself with experts
  5. Gather data
  6. Focus
  7. Concentrate on what, not how
  8. Communicate, communicate, communicate
  9. Sell your product internally
  10. Do whatever it takes

I have to acknowledge that my experience is limited he IT sector and I still expect to explore this website better because learning is never enough 🙂