Lot’s of links this week. I think I finally have my curation system down, using Mr. Reader on the iPad and pushing stories I want to OmniFocus projects for each newsletter.
In other news, marketing is hard and summer swim is almost done.
Jeff Lawson from Twilio discusses SaaS pricing in this hour long presentation.
What? No, seriously, how to Observe, Listen, Repeat and Ask.
More and more people talk about getting offices. Can’t say they’re for me.
With suggestions to remedy those mistakes.
How to get people to start reading your posts.
How to get people to read your post until the end.
Without the expectation of reciprocation.
“The power of technology to help one waste time is at least as great, if not greater, than its power to make one more efficient and productive.” How true.
Invest time in yourself and your business, even if it’s just to document your successes for other clients
I had one, thought it would make for a great success story/case study. It might have been a great success if the client and I could agree how to work towards their common goal, but we couldn’t.
InboxQ looks interesting.
Good strategies if you use YouTube as one of your marketing channels.
Nothing fancy, just some good advice that requires some hard work and follow up.
Including: grammar doesn’t matter. Probably not license to do whatever I want though.
Now to stock my corner.
How to approach responsive designs.
Pretty comprehensive plan if you’re just starting. Some decent tips if you’re already established.
If you have content, that is.
A four and a half minute video from Forbes to help you work on your elevator pitch.
Make it stop.
Interesting trick if you have multiple lion macs, use iCloud, travel and need to SSH back to one of your macs.
Crazy. I don’t even think I could do that in photoshop.
With guest Justin Belcher.
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