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David Andrew Wiebe began building and writing for the web at the tender age of 14. At 17, he started learning the guitar and within a few short years had released an EP with his band and a full-length solo album. He also participated in numerous performance bands and sessions in years following, but the call to be an entrepreneur was stronger and he is currently pursuing that path on a daily basis as a blogger, podcaster and online marketer.
Wiebe currently works as an online strategist for TuneCity.

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Business & Money
by arcticsunburn
3 years ago
Mobile Marketing? How about Universal Marketing?

Is mobile really the way of the future? I would be inclined to argue that mobile is actually the way of the now. In order to cope with future changes, we need to be thinking more universally. In this article, I explore what it means to market universally.

Business & Money
by arcticsunburn
3 years ago
Blog Templates? What About Variety?

I like blog templates a lot. They let you think through what you're going to say, how you're going to say it, and what information needs to be included in the post. However, it can also take away from the joy and sometimes surprising results of experimentation. So, let's think about the different ways of approaching blogging and why variety might be a good strategy.

Business & Money
by arcticsunburn
3 years ago
Every Niche is a Good Niche

People tend to over-think the niche selection process in online business. They really want to "get it right" the first time, but the truth of the matter is that most entrepreneurs fail in business several times before finding something that works. In this article, I explore why every niche is a good niche.

Business & Money
by arcticsunburn
3 years ago
Forget the Tips and Tricks of Online Marketing

I love the traffic tips and tricks that are out there. If you can't tell, I'm being sarcastic. In this article, I explore why the top 10 lists and tips and tricks of this world can actually be detrimental to your overall online strategy.

Business & Money
by arcticsunburn
3 years ago
Strategic Partnerships and Collaboration in Online Marketing

Everyone likes the idea of being self-taught or self-made, but the danger in that is that it's hard to maintain a holistic picture of who we are, who we're becoming, and the business that we're building. We really need others to be the best we can be. In this article, I explore how to share in the growth by building together.

Business & Money
by arcticsunburn
3 years ago
Share Your Best Tips... Just Because

Should you share your best tips on your blog, your website, your social networks, or not? Would you lose or miss out on opportunities by sharing your best thoughts, or would you gain from this experience? In this article, I explore both sides of the coin.

Lifestyle
by arcticsunburn
3 years ago
The Last Day You Compare is the First Day You Succeed

Do you often compare yourself to others and what they've been able to achieve? Do you feel bad when you see others succeed? The last day you compare is truly the first day you succeed. Find out why in this article.

Business & Money
by arcticsunburn
3 years ago
The Ups and Downs of Social Media Cross-Posting

A lot of marketing experts seem to be saying that social blasting and cross-posting are evil. If you're coming across spammy or malicious to your audience, then these tactics could definitely hurt you. But what if your intentions are good? In this article, I take a look at some of the upsides and downsides of social cross-posting.

Business & Money
by arcticsunburn
3 years ago
Niche Selection and Analysis Paralysis

Do want to launch an online business or blog? Are you stuck on selecting a niche? In this article, I explore how to make a few mental tweaks that will enable you to get moving on your project.

Business & Money
by arcticsunburn
3 years ago
The Gift of Commitment

Are you enjoying the freedom that comes from commitment? Commitment allows you to narrow your focus and forsake all other options. It gives you the opportunity to really enjoy a single thing, tactic, person, job, hobby, and so on. This article examines how commitment factors into your online marketing efforts.

Entertainment
by arcticsunburn
3 years ago
How to Create a Live Performance Checklist

As a musician, you also have to run emcee duties. If you are adequately organized, you know what you want to say and what you want to promote from the stage. If not, you could end up missing valuable opportunities. Creating a live performance checklist can help you to make the most of every show.

Technology
by arcticsunburn
3 years ago
How 3 Displays will Increase Your Productivity

Increasingly, work requires people to multi-task on their computers. In addition to consuming additional energy, it can actually slow you down if you are constantly jumping from one thing to another. In this article, I explore how you can cut down on wasted energy and be more productive by using multiple monitors.

Lifestyle
by arcticsunburn
3 years ago
The Magic of Segment Intending

As we go about our day, our thoughts can become muddled and cluttered. As we go to take action, we don't have any clarity on what needs to be done because of this mental clutter. If you want to gain more clarity around your day and act with decisiveness, learn the magic of segment intending.

Entertainment
by arcticsunburn
3 years ago
4 Books That Changed My Life

We've all read great books before. However, it has to be a particularly special one to have a lasting impact on your life. In this article, I explore four books that have really helped me on my personal journey.

Technology
by arcticsunburn
3 years ago
10 WordPress Plugins I Can't Live Without

In this article, I talk about some of my favorite WordPress plugins. In my day to day work, these plugins would be very hard to do without.

Business & Money
by arcticsunburn
3 years ago
6 Things Music Taught Me about Marketing

For 12 years, I pursued the life of a career musician. Because I was constantly reading and listening to podcasts, I learned a lot about marketing in general. Here are some of the lessons I learned.

Travel & Places
by arcticsunburn
3 years ago
6 Reasons to Travel and Experience Different Cultures

I was fortunate to have grown up in Japan, and I am so grateful for that experience. Because I was only five when we moved there as a family, I did not experience culture shock to the same extent that someone more set in their ways might have. The...

Entertainment
by arcticsunburn
3 years ago
My Top 5 Favorite Super Famicom Games

When I was younger, I grew up in the mecca of video games, Japan. The Super Famicom era was quite possibly one of the best times for video games, as consoles transitioned from 8bit to 16bit. In this article, I consider what my favorite titles for the system are.

Business & Money
by arcticsunburn
3 years ago
How to Promote Your Podcast: 12 Ways to Expand Your Audience

This article explores how to promote your podcast and grow your listenership. Some unusual or obscure marketing tactics are also covered within this guide.

Travel & Places
by arcticsunburn
3 years ago
What is it Like to Live in Calgary, Alberta, Canada?

In this article, I attempt to describe what it's like to live in the ever-sprawling Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

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