Amy and I went on a mini honeymoon, and we had a great time. We stayed on an organic farm and bed and breakfast in Madison County, Virginia, where I had to resist the urge to offer unsolicited online marketing advice (they are such a unique, interesting, and well-run farm that they would really benefit from tweaking a few things on their website and adding a few social media elements to their marketing plan).
I learned from my honeymoon that: (1) after an awesome wedding, all you want to do is talk about your wedding, so it’s a good idea to plan for a honeymoon that’s conducive to that, (2) it’s good to disconnect from the Internet and leave work behind for a few days, and (3) being married is great.
I’m glad to be back at work, taking phone calls, and picking up right where things left off last week.
Will Marlow co-founded AlumniFidelity to help his university and charity clients engage in “friend-to-friend” fundraising campaigns. He’s working with clients such as UVA, the College of William & Mary, Georgetown’s Capitol Breast Care Center, the University of Oklahoma, Bowling Green State University, Randolph Macon College, and he loves nothing better than a thorny marketing challenge. Email him at email@example.com.