The number of people you need to ask for permission keeps going down:
1. Go, make something happen.
2. Do work you’re proud of.
3. Treat people with respect.
4. Make big promises and keep them.
5. Ship it out the door.
When in doubt, see #1.
Seems simple and obvious right? […]Continue Reading →
Here’s what I’d do in the beginning:
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In advising clients trying to drive more traffic to their niche sites, I’ve stumbled onto a trend. The relentless drive to gain visits, clicks, and eyeballs are making us dumber–online publishers and marketers have been creating a culture of shallowness through link-baiting and the hyping of sensationalist celebrity fluff.
This gives […]Continue Reading →
Criticising social networking sites such as Twitter and Facebook is as pointless as knocking people who discuss the weather
Cory Doctorow, via guardian.co.uk
Here are some suggested things to say if you want to sound like an idiot when you talk about social media:
• It’s inconsequential – most of […]Continue Reading →
Over the past year, I’ve been speaking about the importance of social media to both businesses and individuals. Some people “get it” right away, but I’ve also been asked countless time to defend why social media isn’t just a fad and a big fat stupid waste of time.Continue Reading →
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