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Resolved to Write a Book?

the Google Play Books logo

Within the last week of 2011 over  four million Android devices were activated.  What does this mean to the business professional who has been waiting to write a book? You'd better get with it.

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Argh! Piracy in the Newsletter

engraving of Blackbeard

Perhaps you don't even realize you're a pirate. Most people committing acts of piracy don't realize they're stealing.

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Management Secrets of the Grateful Dead

I was never a Deadhead but the MBA in me perked up at this article's title in The Atlantic. Not one to tinker with perfection, I kept it for this blog post.

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Home Office Design Tips — From a Financial Advisor?

With financial reform and the worldwide economic meltdown on most everyone’s mind, sending a newsletter with fluff like this makes me question whether this advisor is in the loop or out to lunch. C’mon, talk to me about something you’re a credentialed expert in!

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The Triumph of Snail Mail?

 

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Where’s the News in Your Newsletter?

My inbox is clogged with so-called newsletters from people who must have made a resolution to "communicate more" or "do more marketing" in 2010.

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Sharing Deep, Sharing Wide


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Six Shortcuts to a Knee Whack

We all love shortcuts, but sometimes they backfire.

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Burned by Boilerplate

As we hurtle towards 2010 some financial advisors and life insurance agents keep communicating like it's 1999.

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Devising your Editorial Calendar

Exhortations to "publish, publish, publish" forget the most important advice: publish something worthwhile. To communicate in a meaningful way build an editorial calendar and stock your content pantry.

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