By Gary Weldon and Steve Staub (MADE in DAYTON)
There are some posts that continue to make a pretty big splash, even months after they're published.
Who knew that when we started this blog about 15 months ago that it would have the reach that it does. Each month it gets thousands of views from around the region and around the world. That's right... around the world. From China to the Ukraine, from Germany to Canada and even in India, folks are checking out what's happening here in Dayton.
And we've received a ton of positive feedback from you, our readers, and that makes our hard work all worth while. We feel that Dayton and our regional manufacturing industry has a lot to offer and we want to make sure that story is told. Thank you so very much for following MADE in DAYTON via email or on LinkedIn, Facebook or Twitter.
It has been really neat to see the articles that get read the most and those that get everybody talking. Many enjoy the 10 Questions series by Keith Klein and others say that they really like the marketing posts by Debbie Wanamaker, the business wisdom of Dave Sullivan or the practical exporting advice from Brad Forsythe. Those are very good, as well as many of our others. But there are some posts that continue to make a pretty big splash, even months after they're published.
So, in case you missed them or perhaps you'd like to enjoy them again, here are the MADE in DAYTON Top 5 posts:
- I hate the Doctors Office
- A great example of how not to treat your customers.
- How to Save Dayton - Part 1
- No city can thrive with a rotting core... not a one.
- The Story of Bob and Fred
- Do you think young people would make different career choices if they considered these things?
- Manufacturing is Open for Business
- It is, but nobody seems to know it.
- My Hourly Rate Doesn't Matter
- I told him that our hourly rate doesn't really matter when looking at the overall cost of manufacturing a part and choosing the right supplier.
How about you? Is one of these your favorite?