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The world tells you to go to school, get good grades, find a good job and work really hard. In the Industrial Age, it was the recipe for success. However, in the emerging Information Age, the status quo is fracturing. Success in today's world requires a different mindset, and a new action plan.
If you don't already own your own website, you are quickly falling behind the times. Not only will you look less professional, opportunity costs abound with not having a central hub for your content and your fans. This article presents five reasons to start building your website today.
If you're a blogger, podcaster, video personality, musician or artist, then you're a content producer. The goal of the content producer is to create new things and share them with the world, but sometimes enthusiasm can fizzle out. Inspiration can run dry. This article explains how to take the content you've already created, multiply it, and generate more.
If you think that Google+ is a largely ignored, mostly vacant social wasteland, think again! Not only is there a dedicated community of users, there are even well-known experts like Guy Kawasaki and Chris Brogan that use Google+ as their primary social outlet. There are a lot of great reasons for online marketers and social strategists to get started on Google+ if they haven't already.
If you are an internet marketer, chances are good that you are always looking for ways to work more efficiently. One of the realities surrounding content creation and social media marketing is that there is only so much time you can spend on it in a day, and if you can find ways of streamlining your work, you can free up more time for the most important tasks on your docket. Here's a productivity hack you can use for sharing your content on social networks.
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.
Have you ever considered the impact that thought has on your life? Have you wondered what the mind is capable of, and how to unlock its dormant potential? In this article, we explore five classic personal development and leadership books that all seem to point to the fact that thought is of the utmost importance for personal success.
This article explores how to promote your podcast and grow your listenership. Some unusual or obscure marketing tactics are also covered within this guide.
For many years, email has been the standard for communication over the internet. With the recent popularity social media, some have begun to wonder if social networks will make - or already has made - email obsolete. This article explores whether or not there is any credence to this notion.
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...
Og Mandino's The Greatest Mystery in the World is no ordinary personal development book. Weaving the power of storytelling with concrete age-old success principles, this book stands out as a distinctive volume among the myriad of other books belonging to the same genre. Discover the mystery of friendship, the inspiration in self-motivation and the richness of spirituality.
Social media is ubiquitous, and it's getting more popular by the day. Facebook has one billion users, which is one-seventh of the entire world. However, has social media eliminated the need for websites? This article considers this question and gives an in-depth analysis of the current online world.