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Don’t Be an Uninformed Website Consumer

July 12, 2017
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More Prototyping and Iteration Teachings

July 9, 2017
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I before here about the power of iteration and rapid prototyping (rather than just working super hard on stuff and hoping people will like it). Here are a few more references to this topic that I have found super valuable.

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The Psychology of Denial: How People Wrestle with Climate Change

July 9, 2017
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I was meeting with my very clever friend Mira Michelle yesterday, and we were discussing the psychology of coming to terms with something as big…

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3 Big Website Money Wasters

July 9, 2017
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How to Hire a “Web Designer”

July 6, 2017
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4 Things About Your Website You May Want to Consider

July 3, 2017
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The right tool for the job: how to choose your marketing channel intelligently

July 2, 2017
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Knowing what type of thing to post where can help you make sense of the whole social media thing, and construct your own content roadmap. In this part 1 of a series, we’ll look at the nature of different forms of social media, to start to see how they inform what you should put there. This takes some of the mystery out of the whole thing, so you can make a plan that makes sense to you.

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“Multipotentialite” means your wandering mind is valuable

June 30, 2017
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I happened upon this TED Talk by Emily Wapnick last night. She talks about being a multipotentialite—someone who loves to learn new things and do…

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Why the process of writing is a creative, central part of your business

June 28, 2017
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Far from an afterthought, the process of writing can help shape your message, and let you express it everywhere you go. Here is how.

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How to turn the cool stuff you know into something people want to pay for

June 21, 2017
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There’s a rather magical process of translating the nerdy things you like to do for people into something they want to pay for: Features → Benefits → Outcomes.

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