Tag Archives: social media

5 Things You Should Do To Lose Your Blogging Virginity Like a Slut

In the age of choc-o-block mediocre blog(s) that no one reads, and the emergence of A list bloggers with book deals, it can be a difficult decision to decide to launch a new blog into an over-saturated market. And harder still if you’re a total tech newbie? A Twitter ignoramus, and wouldn’t know CSS or […]

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The Age Of Social Media Superstars Is OVER!!!

I remember listening to one of Gary Vee’s talks where he said that he wishes he could erase his Social Media notoriety only so that he could show that the hard work and his passionate approach to marketing would win the day once again. I love Gary, I really do. I think he is on […]

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Catholic Church, Donald Trump and Business Advice They Don’t Tell You

It’s me again declaring shenanigans on conventional business and Social Media advice. Sure, we all know that content is NOT king, but now we’re going against the grain on another old stand-by. To make it in this world, make sure you have a deep relationship with as many people/clients/customers as possible. The thing is, we […]

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Sign a Petition for Facebook Circumcision

Help me change Facebook. Facebook is making their fan-pages look and feel more like personal pages. Plus every now and again I will get someone friend me on Facebook out of the left field. I’m fine with it. I’m a social cat. I have no problem approving a request that’s from a real person. It’s […]

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The Changing Art of Writing a Headline

If we track the progression of writing a captivating Headline; we have newspapers delivering punchy, intriguing and human-friendly Headlines ever since the days of the early Printing Press. With the advent of google and the fact that 84% of Internet users start out by typing a search-query string into google’s Search box; over the last […]

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The British Are Coming! The British Are Coming!

In 1775, the British army, without much resistance, conquered towns west of Boston. Its commonly taught in American classrooms that those towns west of Boston were decidedly pro-British. As you will see, this is a fallacy. Meanwhile to the north. Paul Revere took a north route out of Boston to warn people about the impending […]

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Content Is King My Ass

How many of you have great content and 0 traffic? Could it be that we’ve all be misled? Could it be that “Content Is King” phrase is a thought-cutting technique designed to over simplify the way you approach building your website as a business? Content is king the way Burger King king is King. Let’s […]

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Is It The Business of Creativity or Creativity of Business?

The race is not to the swift, nor the battle to the strong, neither bread to the wise, nor riches to men of understanding, nor favor to men of skill; but time and chance happen to them all. [Ecclesiastes 9:11] So true. Don’t you think? However, we have very little control over time and chance. […]

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