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And Then There Were Three…You Guys Are Crushing It

And Then There Were Three…You Guys Are Crushing It

To carry on the sporting theme of this blog, if I was an excitable South American football commentator right now I would be screaming…


Because now we have not one, nor two but three dedicated CTP Teams team blogs.

CTP SurfAholics Alpha and Bravo teams have their own site here:

SurfAholics Alpha and Bravo CTP Team blogI particularly love the prominent position given to the Top Point Earner Spotlight.

This could have been taken right from the gamification handbook, if there was such a thing that is.

One thing has occurred to me with all these new blogs.

There is perhaps room for an overall CTP Teams resource linking everything to do with CTP Teams together…

It would take time, effort and dedication to get it right and keep it updated…but imagine if YOU had THE resource for all things to do with CTP Teams?

Can you imagine the potential?

I can.

15 responses to “And Then There Were Three…You Guys Are Crushing It”

  1. WTG to all Team that have their own Team Blog. Awesome Sauce Job Guys!

  2. Frank says:

    WTG Guys!!

  3. Lynn M says:

    Nice going folks! Blogging is always a GOOD thing! đŸ™‚

  4. Joao Ramos says:

    Blogs of CTP teams are like mushrooms… one after another!
    Great job! đŸ™‚

  5. ha ha and the wars begin in earnests, or was that ernest my uncle ???

  6. Tom Wacker says:

    Ernest might be your uncle (or mine) but here’s a tidbit. Russell has a team page, too.

    The players are starting to establish themselves. Let the games begin!

  7. Matt Badura says:

    Let the games begin indeed quite exciting.

  8. Anton Parvov says:

    WTG guys – well done!

  9. Charlotte Ericson says:

    Great job on this. Take action

  10. John Brewer says:

    Hmmmm, I wonder which team will have the next blog? đŸ˜€

  11. The blogs keep popping up…

  12. We’re going with a Skype room and a FB groups instead of a blog. You can use the Files tab and/notes for blog type posts while maintaining the interactivity of the group.

  13. Karen Kuty says:

    I’m with Marian on this one, guys. Blogs are great, but I really do think that Skype and FB allow for more personal and direct interactions. Different strokes for different folks….

  14. Howard Fullmer says:

    Way to go top point earners you deserve this spotlight

  15. Neil says:

    Always them. Thanks for the points. đŸ™‚

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