- 10 Timeframes- An absolutely fascinating look into the value of time.
- Dealing with the increasing complexity and volume of SEO tasks- This article is awesome on so many levels. It goes over all the things that have been added to the average SEO’s job as well as gives some incredible insight into things that you should be doing other than linkbuilding.
- The Definitive Guide to Google Authorship Markup- You know it’s coming. You know it’s important. But for most, going “there” is on your ever growing to do list. This article goes over all the things you need to know about google and authorship.
- The Lunch Pail Manifesto- Incredibly easy to read, this manifesto talks about getting work blue collar style.
- Pixar Story Rules- These past 2 years, I have had a fascination with story telling. Because it works not only in fiction but in ad copy. Take a look at some of the things that Emma Coats learned while she was working at Pixar (Toy Story).
- Syria’s Assad turns to West for Glossy PR- You are a ruthless dictator and want to soften your image. What do you do? You hire a PR company. Yeah. It really happens.
- The Work of Many- I’m also really intrigued by social graphs and how connections happen. Harold Jaroche has a couple good graphics that you can skim over to gain a bit of insight into how social connections happen. Awesome.
In Case You Missed It…
When Bad Press is Good Press- Ever heard the saying, there is no such thing as bad press. I think whoever said that never experienced any huge marketing gaffes. But all that said, here is a good example of bad press that is good.
Interview with Best Selling Author, Tracey Edwards- Tracey has been published and also self publishes. This interview is an intriguing look into the world of being a self published author and gives a broad look into working with publishers and editors.