Earlier this week I recommended Marti McGinnis’ WegWag blog, as one of the multitude of different perspectives on what many are calling a ‘very successful’ first-ever-on-American-soil World Equestrian Games. One of my readers said she wanted more, so here are some additional online ‘voices’ to add to the overall mix.
Why more, why here? If you’re burned out on WEG, then take a pass. But, from a marketing point of view, I find it interesting to see what others experienced in Kentucky, how they’ve perceived the Games, and what they’re saying, and writing, about the event. That’s part of what makes up a ‘brand’ – the sum total of what others are saying, and thinking, about something.
A ‘brand’ is sorta like your reputation – it includes not just what YOU say you’re about, but also what OTHERS say about you. For WEG2010, I heard some grumbles while I was there, but I also heard plenty of stories that will be lifelong, happy memories for those that were fortunate enough to be a part of this historic event.
So here’s the ‘more’ – some sites where you’ll be able to read up on what happened, see images and video, and assess for yourself the ‘brand’ of the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games 2010.
Have another WEG-related Web site or resource you want to share? Send it to me via email or a comment!