Scott Stratten from UnMarketing may be a work-at-home dad, but you won’t hear him call himself one.
Scott warns that marketing yourself as a work-at-home mom may be bad for your business.
I asked him to explain…
What Do You Think?
If you’re shopping online and you see the store is owned by a work-at-home mom or dad, does that affect your decision to purchase in a positive or negative way?
What about hiring a consultant? Do you want to know if he/she works at home?
Are you a work-at-home mom or dad?
Do you reveal in your marketing that you are?
Do you feel it is a help or a hindrance to your marketing?
Looking for Scott?
If you’re going to BlogWorld, you can see Scott’s keynote speech this morning! Yes, he’s delivering a keynote speech Thursday, Oct 14 at BlogWorld.
But if you’re not in Vegas right now, you can find the closest UnBookTour stop near you.
(I was so excited that I was planning to attend BlogWorld and see Scott there, but unfortunately I had to cancel my trip. I blew my eardrum on the way to NYC for BlogHer and it still hasn’t healed! I considered driving to Las Vegas, but I just couldn’t bear to be away from my girls that long as it would have added four extra days to the trip.)
I am excited to check out Scott’s UnBookTour in Vancouver on Dec 1st.
Oh and by the way, I finally got back my copy of Scott’s book titled UnMarketing, that Janice had stolen from me.
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