I've been doing some research lately, trying to find non-obvious marketing tactics and see how I can apply them to my business. Compiling this post took a lot of work, but I'm happy to finally share it with you today.
I don't usually repost stuff. Actually, I never repost stuff. But there's this one short article I stumbled upon at Business Insider that hit a complete home run with me and I knew I had to share it with you guys. The article's so true. It's so accurate. It's so relevant to anyone who's doing anything that can be considered "business."
I decided to follow up on the topic of spam and point out some specific types of unwanted email that we're attacked with on a daily (again, that's daily) basis. I'm publishing this list as a kind of a strange resource just to keep us on our toes when going through our inboxes.
Now, the most important question here is this: What's in it for you and how can you learn from my unfortunate mistakes? Here are the things I'm about to discuss: Why I think that writing a 100% personal blog is very unlikely to stand the test of time. How to find out if you're heading towards failure or not. How to launch a personal blog better. When is a good time to pull the plug on such a site.