This just might be one of the most valuable free websites I've ever seen. Front pulls swipe email copy for every situation a biz owner falls into. Nurturing, welcome emails, wonder if they've got one for love.
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Suit up because Regina is about to take you on a mission and help you figure out where to invest your time in your business. Peep Periscope. Size up YouTube. You have a licence to (s)kill.
This was my first introduction to Screw the Cubicle and I can't get enough. Grab a pencil (your keyboard) and take (ever)notes.
A tried-and-true tested email sequence WITH swipe copy WITH the prompts for each email WITH the exact timing of when to send.
I'm reallllllyy trying to make your life easy here.
This is what LinkedIn is doing now that they own SlideShare?!?! Coooolllll.
The videos are fun, but the best part about this video is that it made me take a step back and think: Can I be doing something a bit more fun (and dress a bit more hipster while doing it?!)
Elle effing nails it. Tons of people give "sales tips" that are fluffier than Elle's little white dog. This post SAYS SOMETHING that's truly going to help your bizznazz.
YouTube isn't just for fluffy cats and sportsball fails.
Every interview you do for a blog or course can be quickly uploaded to start growing your channel fast and without much additional effort and Nora's casual approach is a comprehensive intro.
Are those "carrots dangling around every corner having an uncanny way of convincing you to keep climbing the corporate ladder"?
If so - read the post and readjust. Joseph's story hit home.
This beautiful infographic uses big brains and fancy stats to remind you to use storytelling in your writing. But looking back on what blog post I remember from the past year - this explains a lot.