Best infographic on social networks and ecommerce! (check it out) https://www.16best.net/…/social-networks-and-their-importa…/
Websites: The number one thing that has to change is your page speed to be at the top and it's amazing how slow our pages are on mobile. Unless your pages open INSTANTLY, you're going to be out of them game. Websites that load with blinding speed are going to be at the top of the game.
The Internet age has created an odd paradox. At the same time that brands have more access to potential customers than ever before, that very fact has made it more difficult than ever to stand out from the crowd. On hotly contested and immensely valuable real estate like Google's first page or Facebook's News Feed, brands contend frantically for attention. Google Authorship, the opportunity for individual content creators to verify their original content from across the web with their Google+ profiles. Your Brand Shouldn't Fear Assigning Authorship to the author.
There are five forces you compete for to gain profit in the digital marketing space per Josh Harris.
1) Rivals, 2) Alternatives/Substitutes, 3) Powerful Buyers,
4) Powerful Suppliers, and 5) Threat of entry.
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What did some of us crazy entrepreneurs learn from other crazy entrepreneurs like Steve Jobs, Richard Branson, and Warren Buffet.
In this article on Business Insider we share some lessons we all learned.
Steve jobs's story is just remarkable in that he was fired from his own company only to come back to take it to new heights. And revolutionize the tech world....
Richard Branson is always injecting fun into his work his goals and his lifestyle. He thinks big but he plays as hard as he works.
The person i resonate with most is the legendary Warren Buffet. He's so disciplined so tuned in and so brilliant he can generate an average return year on year on year consistently while the market is up or down. He doesn't buy dozens of companies every year but barely a single handful if even that. Yet he has all the money in the world to acquire more and more companies.
He takes the long term approach and makes a solid buy in play at the right time with the right amount on the right terms and conditions and he usually ends up winning. The oracle of Omaha is nothing short of legendary. I've read all his books all his annual shareholder letters and all his media coverage. He's an absolute genius but what makes him so legendary to me at least is the fact his discipline is on another level.
Very few investors have the emotional discipline he does and thats why he keeps winning.
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