What Happens When You Don’t Define Your Perfect Audience? Nothing. – “Define your perfect customer and market to them.” If you’re in business, you’ve heard that a zillion times. Sometimes it’s not easy. By @RalphMRivera
When it comes to developing products is sometimes good to keep things under wraps while the kinks get worked out or to control the messaging and branding. But on the flip side, it may be beneficial to have our listeners and readers go through the process with us so that they can provide some feedback as the project evolves.
I’m not allowed to tell you that the team at Triberr has formally begun the process of rebuilding Triberr from the ground up to be better, faster and full of more awesome. I’m also not allowed to tell you that right now on my desk is a stack of Triberr stickers. I’m certainly not allowed to ask you to give … Read More
I’m not crying foul or claiming that creativity is under attack, but in a world where Marvel and DC partner to threaten boutique content creators for using the phrase “super hero,” one has to wonder why they allow the mass distribution of Spiderman XXX: A Porn Parody, Superman Vs. Spiderman XXX: An Axel Braun Parody and Avengers XXX 2: An Axel Braun Parody.
I’ve been on a GTD kick as of late. For the past week, I’ve been able to play Xbox without regret. A month ago, I wouldn’t have thought that possible. How did I get here? By limiting my productivity tools. Over the past month I’ve reduced the tools I use to the three bare essentials: OmniFocus, Evernote and Insightly. I … Read More
WordPress is simultaneously one of my favorite and least favorite subjects to talk about. In many ways WordPress is a misunderstood marketing tool. How long a WordPress site should take to build and how much it should cost are epic questions. I talk about cost in my article “50 Shades Of WordPress: How Much Does A WordPress Site Cost?“, but … Read More