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San Francisco Business Times
What s really going on in the Bay Area? Most people look to SFGate.com or the Chronicle. In this day and age of instant information, most doubt how much information is available in a weekly local publication. Hands down, this newspaper has the pulse on the business environment of the Bay Area, with a heavy emphasis to San Francisco. Subscribing for over fifteen years, my workplace is a loyal customer to this great information source. Whether reading about what new businesses or projects are in the area to finding out what homes are selling for in the various Bay Area counties, SF Business Times keeps you on top of the area news.
Whether you are in marketing, real estate, finance, or just nosy about what s going on, there s always some information that makes you say, Gee, that s interesting!
Also, full props to their customer service staff in sending me missing issues (still not sure if it s my mailman or my coworkers) – likely suspects!). Unlike the other paper, I don t need to run to a newsstand and pay for another copy. Check this periodical out!
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Their customer service is deplorable. You cannot speak with a human being, basically ever. I called customer service one morning. No one answered after 9am. And no one ever called me back. Any time I have needed to talk to them it was because they screwed up one of our office s subscriptions. Wish they weren t the only game in town. Uggggh!
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As a big fan of information, Knowledge is Power, I was very impressed with the Read to Succeed Seminar I attended at this publication s office. I know the title smacks of a literacy program, but it was actually an informative meeting on how to read the weekly publication to expand on networking and marketing.
In these uncertain economic times, newspapers and jobs are falling by the wayside. Judd Walsh opened my eyes on ways to utilize many of the great sections to find sales leads, build market intelligence, and prospecting. He gave great tips and suggestions.
Some of the most valuable info in the SFBT is in the form of The Lists published weekly and then at the end of the year in a large compendium. These Listings cover topics such as Best Places to Work in the Bay Area to The Top Wineries. Event announcements and articles on the different industries are excellent resources.
I am now going to subscribe to the newspaper. Thanks to Veronica and also the gentleman that gave me a copy of 2009 Zagat Guide.