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Remember that old saying, “If it’s too good to be true, it probably is,”? Using Negative Customer Reviews can help validate your company or product by validating your positive reviews. They also give you room and space to brag on your company without seeming too commercialish–(yes that’s my word, probably not one you would find [...]
Every year, the holidays come in–and not quietly. They come in with shouts and skips of joy, and most probably some groans from reluctant wallets. Not all companies are compatible with making holiday sales, but with some inspired marketing, you could still get some jingle in your pocket instead of some jangle.
By tying your service [...]
Keeping in touch via social media may be a very smart business move in today’s economy. After all everyone has a need, so Uncle Joe may know someone who needs the products you are selling. In fact, the most common reason U.S. adults use social networks such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn is to stay in touch with [...]
For many of us, working remotely isn’t a new idea. However it is something that those folks in New York do, but not so much here in the Heartland. Many employers are loath to give up the old fashioned notion of working 9 to 5 in the office, and granted there are advantages and a [...]
Posted by Seth Godin on October 29, 2011 | Permalink | TrackBack (0)
Arguing with success
“You can’t argue with success.”
Of course you can.
Conventional wisdom says you shouldn’t bother. But arguing with failure is dumb. Failure doesn’t need to be argued with, it’s already failed.
It takes guts to argue with success, guts and insight. And it’s the best way to [...]
As an entry level graphic designer searching through the never ending task of landing that Mr. Right of a job, each individual has key aspects that will make or break the employment status. Whether you are new to the field, or switching career paths, graphic designers not only have to be creative, but they must also [...]
There are sweet spots to put ranking words as focal points with weight in your SEO. Do you know what they are?
Google’s algorithm recognizes focal points of importance, so it notes the words in headers. So you would not only put keywords in the headers, and again, (as discussed in the last blog)—long tails, use [...]
SEO strategy can be a bit tricky, but if you follow the following format, you will develop some good building blocks for improving your rankings. Today we will talk about the first three:
1: Keep the Keyword in the title of the post: and try to keep the density of the keyword in the title high. [...]
Who Hoo!! The new iPhone 4s is out. It was released in October to monumental sales and preorders, and with much fanfare from Apple. We in this office actually watched the release information via live blogging. That nice 60” monitor makes it easy for everybody to watch something together.
We were all a little disappointed that [...]
I think Halloween is the grand champion of holiday survival, and of course— makeovers. There have been countless proposals to do away with Halloween, especially when its face became too dangerous for the more PC crowd. Halloween has gone from being a pagan rite to welcome in the Celtic New Year, to warding off evil [...]