Category Archive: Thoughts

Most people

Seth Godin writes: Most people don’t care enough to make a difference. Most people aren’t going to buy that new thing you’re selling. Most people are afraid to take action. Most people are… Continue reading

How to Grow Your Mobile Presence

Visual Loop via How to Grow Your Mobile Presence.

Thought leadership – some are more sophisticated than others

Thought leader Craig Badings, author of Brand Stand, writes: It stands to reason that those organisations steeped in thought leadership for over 10 years, and in a sector where you live or die… Continue reading

7 ways to manage email overload

Holly Reisem Hanna writes: When I first started blogging, I was easily able to write new articles, comment on other blogs, manage my social media clients, and answer emails, all while enjoying a… Continue reading

3 Ways to Make Your Social Media Efforts More Productive

Erika Napoletano writes: Pinterest. It’s the it social media site. Or, at least, it was back in March. There have probably been four other it sites since then. Feeling pulled this way and… Continue reading

Managing multiple users using Chrome

Kudos to you! Many people would skip over a title like this but you have a good sense to click so here is your reward. I’m going to help you solve a problem… Continue reading

Strategy matters more than ever

Seth Godin writes: When everyone is playing the same game, your execution is critical. Your store is like their store, your bread is like their bread, so we care very much about the… Continue reading

An Introduction to 7 of the Most Popular Social Networks for Business

The Inbound Internet Marketing Blog HubSpot recently did a fine article on “An Introduction to 7 of the Most Popular Social Networks for Business”. They cover Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, YouTube, Quora and… Continue reading

How to Check Email Like a Minimalist

Joshua Fields Millburn writes: Most of us receive a multitude emails each day. It’s easy to address them one by one, filtering and sorting and replying to them as they tumble into our… Continue reading

10 Strategies for Getting a Faster Response to Your Email

Michael Hyatt writes: Responsiveness is a critical life skill. In fact, I think it may be the single most important factor to your success. People who are not responsive miss out on many… Continue reading

The Five Steps to Building Your Platform

Michael Hyatt’s Blog. Get more here: The Five Steps to Building Your Platform [Photo].

How to Create a Total Online Presence When You Really Don’t Have the Time

John Jantsch writes: As marketing your business online continues to evolve it’s become essential to look at how you view your online presence in a global, integrated and strategic manner. From this view,… Continue reading

On Effective Business Development

Some people like to make things overly complicated. Me? Sometimes I like to grossly oversimplify things and take them back to the basics. Example? ‘Thought leadership’ marketing. To my mind, if you want… Continue reading