NEWS FLASH: We have a new blog home page!
We are still Ask The Strategist, only now, the site is autonomously run by the Publisher/Editor, Kesi Stribling.
“The decision to move Ask The Strategist from the direct affiliation with KSG Strategic Consulting enables us to reach a wider audience, many of whom are current fans and followers of our media brands outside of KSG,” says Stribling.
The newly refurbished Ask The Strategist will continue to feature posts on business, entrepreneurship, careers, and women, however, one of the additional benefits is a group of new guest bloggers, who will provide content on a number of industries and specialties, including diversity and nutrition.
Our first guest blogger, Delise, is a college student who will share her experiences navigating her internship and school during her semester-long stay in South Africa, beginning in February 2014. Her video blog will be housed under the new section on careers for college students.
What does this mean for you, our subscribers?
All subscribers on the current Ask The Strategist blog (www.ksgsc.com/AskTheStrategist) will be sent a link and instructions for subscribing to/following the new site for Ask The Strategist (http://askthestrategist.wordpress.com). Support is available to answer any questions, or resolve difficulties signing up for the new blog, although a smooth transition for subscribers is anticipated.
Read our first post on the new site:
Ready, Set, Compete: American Express OPEN Forum Shares Tips to Maximize 2014
NOTE: We are still in the process of migrating most content over to the new site. Until we have completed this process, archived blog posts may be retrieved from the former blog website. The site will be discontinued and inaccessible once this process is finished with, or without, advanced notice.
Thank you for your support, subscription, and reading our posts since Ask The Strategist debuted in 2011. We look forward to your continued interest and feedback.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
1. I am a current subscriber to Ask The Strategist. Will I be automatically added to the new site?
Because subscribers have to opt-in to receive blog posts, we ask that you visit our new home page, enter your email, and click “subscribe.” You will receive an email asking you to confirm your subscription. Once you do, you will begin receiving new blog posts from Ask The Strategist.
2. Will I still receive blog post notifications from Ask The Strategist?
If you opt to continue your subscription on our new site, your blog notifications will not be interrupted. Once you have subscribed to the new blog, we will terminate your subscription on the old site.
You will also receive one final notification from us if you have not subscribed to the new blog by January 31, 2014.
3. How long do I have before I have to switch to the new site?
We are still migrating pertinent content over to the new Ask The Strategist blog site. You are strongly encouraged to activate your subscription to the new site as soon as possible.
The site will be shut down once we have completed migrating posts over to the new Ask The Strategist home page. So, don’t delay!
4. Will Ask The Strategist share my information with sponsors and advertisers?
No, Ask The Strategist will never share your contact information with our advertisers and sponsors.
5. I would like be a guest logger on Ask The Strategist. Whom should I contact?
While we have most of our guest bloggers for 2014, if you have demonstrated writing experience on issues that would be a good fit for the blog (i.e. entrepreneurship, careers, health, community, diversity, current events, youth, and women), please contact us. Be sure to include links to your blog or writing samples.
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