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Jonathan Wickham: The Secret Of Simple Web Design

Jonathan Wickham: The Secret Of Simple Web Design

Everyone is attracted to things that are simple. Great design is simple. Great writing is simple. Simplicity is king. Apple has made a living creating simple, easy to use products.…

MaryEllen Tribby: The Fab Five – Men Who Changed My Course and Helped Me Achieve Business Success (Part I)

MaryEllen Tribby: The Fab Five – Men Who Changed My Course and Helped Me Achieve Business Success (Part I)

“You’re crazy. I am still sleeping at 7:30! Why would you set up a daily meeting that early?” Ted said. “You’re the president of the company… Why don’t you do…

Dan Sullivan: Five Ways To Attract Great Team Members

Dan Sullivan: Five Ways To Attract Great Team Members

At some point, you’ll need other people to grow your business beyond a certain size. So how do you attract the right new team members to your business? The answer…

Mike Templeman: Making Sure Your Content Marketing Has Purpose Rather than Being Wasteful

Mike Templeman: Making Sure Your Content Marketing Has Purpose Rather than Being Wasteful

Content marketing sometimes gets envisioned by businesses as something they have to do rather than finding joy in doing it well. It’s the same type of philosophy you can apply…

Jonathan Wickham: Everything You Need to Know about Google’s Latest Algorithm Update

Jonathan Wickham: Everything You Need to Know about Google’s Latest Algorithm Update

Developed in the early 1990s, search engines are systems that search for and identify information on the web. Originally, search engines operated by web crawling and indexing. Searches were performed…

Brian Basilico: Have You Ever Been Hacked?

Brian Basilico: Have You Ever Been Hacked?

Have you ever been hacked? I have, and it cost me over $10,000 to recover from it. I was running a web server seven years ago (if you listened to…

Dan Sullivan: Learn The “Stuff-to-Energy” Transfer Technique

Dan Sullivan: Learn The “Stuff-to-Energy” Transfer Technique

There are two ways to experience everything in life: as stuff or as energy. “Stuff” is everything that drains you, and “energy” is everything that fills you with enthusiasm and…

MaryEllen Tribby: Leave the iPhone. Take the Cannoli.

MaryEllen Tribby: Leave the iPhone. Take the Cannoli.

It was actually painful to watch. I was on the treadmill at the gym listening to Bono wishing me a Beautiful Day. When out of the corner of my eye,…

Business Lessons Learned From A Hospital Visit

Business Lessons Learned From A Hospital Visit

My Mom had a seizure Monday night, so I flew from Chicago to New York on the first flight out yesterday morning to be with her in the Intensive Care…

Mike Templeman: B2B Marketing of the Near Future: Focus on One-on-One Customer Relationships

Mike Templeman: B2B Marketing of the Near Future: Focus on One-on-One Customer Relationships

It seems that b2b marketing still has problems sometimes in nurturing singular relationships with customers. The thought that dealing with the bigger picture is more appropriate might be understandable when…

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