I attended Hubspot’s Inbound13 conference this past week. All I can say is, “Wow.” I’ve been going for four years and the growth in quantity and quality have both been staggering. I felt a bit like a pre-adolescent girl at a Big Time Rush concert, as some of my favorite marketing thinkers and doers were […]
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Start. Work. Fail. Repeat. Ship. This is the algorithm I constructed from four books by Seth Godin and Steven Pressfield that will help you achieve success.
This is the chart no industry wants to see: The Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) and Recording Industry Artists of America (RIAA) would have you believe this is the effect of piracy. But let’s dispel that right out of the gate: Digital music piracy has steadily declined for the past five years and is nearly […]
Weekly High Five lists the most interesting, compelling, and/or useful links of each week. This week’s theme is “Your 2011 Primer.” This week’s links take a look at some tips and trends to help get strategically prepared for 2011. #5: Maybe next year… Let’s get started with a quick pep talk from Seth Godin. “It’s […]
Let’s face it – most organizations’ social media efforts are lame. We like to mock them and ask, “What were they thinking?” While it’s easy to criticize, I doubt most people could actually articulate the fundamental reason why a particular effort is lame or cool. Or take it one step further – what would you […]