By Gregory Ciotti
Books, written well, are a cohesive learning experience.
Blogs, on the other hand, are often rapid-fire, “spray and pray” outlets for learning. One week you’re talking about this, and next week you’re on to a tangentially related, but different subject.
There is a better way to help customers succeed with your education, while still keeping things fresh and interesting on a medium that demands it.
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