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Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Final, Final Thoughts

From Me to You

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Dear Fans, Friends & Followers,

I’ve received many kinds of responses from companies over the years. However, I seriously wonder whether any company will ever come close to topping this response from Zappos.

That’s why this is going to be the final Write The Company post, at least for a while, possibly forever, and maybe even longer if you believe in reincarnation.

What should you do if you start suffering from Write The Company withdrawal symptoms? Well, there are 370-something consumer humor blog posts in the archives to hold you over. Or, you can always hire me to help strengthen your company’s responses to customers, guests and clients based on what I’ve learned from years and years of compiling this comprehensive, crazy collection of correspondence. Or, write me to say how much you miss reading Write The Company and perhaps I’ll have no choice but to bring it back by popular demand.

Many, many sincere thanks to all my loyal readers and supportive followers! For now, it’s your turn to Write The Company.

5 Responses to "Final, Final Thoughts"

Blue Moon Guy

November 27, 2012 at 8:02 pm


What a sad moment for mankind. You will be sorely missed, somewhat like the Lone Ranger.

James Sorensen @expertinservice

November 28, 2012 at 7:39 am


I have enjoyed reading and sharing your posts every week. Your unique writing style and humor will be missed. @expertinservice


November 30, 2012 at 12:54 pm


I’m truly feeling anguish as I read this. No. Really. I want to say, “Wait! Don’t Go!” like some maiden losing her love to battle. Ever since that first post, waay back when, I’ve always felt a special connection with your blog. Sheesh. I feel like I could go on and write a big old article on what your site means to me. I may just do that. Parting is “truly” such sweet sorrow.


August 27, 2014 at 10:16 am


Wish you would just come back

Write The Company

August 27, 2014 at 11:27 am


Thanks, Ola! No plans to do that, but I appreciate you being a fan.

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