Longreads of 3000+ words get 3x more traffic, 4x more shares, and 3.5x more backlinks than articles of average length (901-1200 words).
EOS Worldwide recently published a blog titled, “Bad Meetings? Try Running on Lombardi Time.” The article argues that when people complain about too many meetings, they actually mean too many bad meetings. One solution- start meetings on time.
Project management tool, Basecamp now has a free version.
According to the Search Engine Journal, it appears that Google is gaining the ability to pinpoint verbalized keywords within podcasts and videos to be ranked. It’s interesting to note podcast episodes can be listened to directly from the search engine results page and will likely be able to feature the part of the episode relative to the search query.
Rev leverages holiday trends to write an excellent article.
Aviation Gin turns a debateable bad situation into a serious win.
MicroConf is the world’s most popular conference for independent start-ups and here are their 5 most popular talks.
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Do you value your time? If so, how? You may not be spending money on X but if you’re spending time, that has to be accounted for somehow.
All of us are going to either spend money or time on the things we want to accomplish (usually some of both). Where do you fall?
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Today’s tip is a report I want you to be aware of, The Spoken Word Audio Report.
I just watched a TED Talk from Rachel Botsman talk titled, We’ve Stopped Trusting Institutions and Started Trusting Strangers.
“I do the podcast because it feeds my curiosity.”
Outsmart your competition using this crafty marketing technique from Katelyn Bourgoin!
Thinking about using 15 seconds or less of music in your podcast? The short of it: Don’t.
Today’s episode is more an interesting piece of information as opposed to a tip.
A tweet from Alison Roman, a popular author and personality in the food space, caught my attention this week.
Is your business in a “valley of death” or a growth plateau?
When was the last time you intentionally looked at the same thing differently?
For all you audio aficionados out there, check out the new MixPre 6 II – mine arrives next week!