How to Not Suck at Writing

How to Not Suck at Writing

It’s Christmas Eve and I’ve finally found time to write my weekly blog post! With my commitment to write at least one per week on this blog, I’ve been feeling like it was going to be tough task for me. After all, I’m so busy running Inbound Systems and launching our software startup, ReviewJump. Then…

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I Just Got Schooled on Site Usability

Site Usability Brainstorm Panel

I don’t attend a lot of webinars, but I’m sure glad I was on the “Site Navigation + Link Building Brainstorm Panel” just now. This is good timing for us since we’re currently building the front-end website for our new reputation management software. It was hosted by three of our industry’s top experts… Garrett French,…

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Pathetic Blogger? I think so.

Trailhead Boise - Rand Fishkin

While sitting in the audience at Trailhead in Boise, ID  last week, I was listening to Rand Fishkin give his presentation, 8 Lessons Learned from Growing Moz. I was looking for some bright ideas to help with growing my own company, or more specifically, my “startup” software company. (more on this later) Towards the end,…

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Gary Vee, I Disagree

Gary Vaynerchuk

I feel like David taking on Goliath here, because Gary Vaynerchuk is, well, the one and only Gary Vay-ner-chuk! I follow his stuff and have since midway through his Wine Library TV stretch. (Funny, I’m not a wine drinker, I was just intrigued by him!) The guy’s a business and marketing god as far as…

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Using Milk Duds to Hire Employees

When you post an online ad for a job opening, do you get a flood of applicants too? At our inbound marketing firm, we’ll advertise a new job on sites like LinkedIn and Craigslist and will often get more applicants than we can handle! Quick-N-Easy Hiring Tip I can’t remember where I came up with this tactic (or who…

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