While presenting on Social Media this week, the question about Blogger writers’ block came up again, and I realized I didn’t have a post to refer them to – so here are some quick tips if you should find yourself in that uncomfortable situation. Start out creating a Frequently Asked Questions list (FAQ.) Base the […]
The whole reason I took the time to write this post is to share some thoughts - perhaps with the 37 signals team and others out there working on products like this. It also could be that I have simply not yet found the right tool, so this might prompt someone to offer an alternative! […]
I agree with David Meerman Scott most white papers are pretty lame. I think if most companies looked at analytics for these they’d see few actually reading what they poured hours of work into. In response to his post – I’d like to talk about an idea for many out there that can help you […]
Well, this morning I’m licking my wounds after initiating in Pecha Kucha – the rapid-fire presentation style where 20 slides are presented in 20 seconds. I was honored to have been invited by Adam Martin and Kent Lewis to speak and it was truly a learning/growing experience. Social Media Club Lexington and Pecha-Kucha Lexington took […]
Eric Karjaluoto, and dozens of commenters, have once again raised the very real issue of designer spec work on his blog. I thought about the issue again when I read that Tim Ferriss had chosen to go this way for his book cover. Eric’s post is a well articulated but well-worn argument about the […]
Highly ranked in search engine results, job listings are usually written in a dispassionate and utilitarian voice and do little to advance the image of your company to potential investors, partners and customers. Why not take the time to let your listings do double-duty as tools and another place to tell the company’s story?