3 Ways to Get the Most Out of SuperConference

First, a confession. I’m not an employee of GKIC. And nobody at GKIC asked me to write this article. I actually offered to write this article myself, partially out of selfish reasons. You see, I’ll be attending the upcoming SuperConference in Jacksonville next month as a sponsor with a couple of my employees. My thinking…

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How To Brief A Design Team

If you’re planning to exhibit your products/services at an exhibition, it’s very important to know how to brief your design team. Key performance indicators (KPIs) play a huge part in demonstrating the effectiveness of companies that want to achieve key business objectives. It’s therefore essential that a design team knows what you want to achieve…

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4 Ways Google’s Keyword Planner Might Be Tricking You

Keyword research isn’t always fun. But it is necessary whenever you’re starting most digital marketing campaigns. It’s mandatory for some channels such as SEO and PPC. Even for things like content marketing, I still highly recommend doing keyword research to understand your target audience better. So, where do you start? If you’re like most marketers and…

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8 Qualities That Put You In The Virtuoso CEO Category

As an angel investor in early-stage startups, I’ve long noticed my peers apparent bias toward the strength and character of the founding entrepreneurs, often overriding a strong solution to a painful problem with a big opportunity. In other words, the entrepreneur quality is more important than the idea — in investor jargon, people invest in…

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Keyword Research Beyond SEO

this post was first published at: http://www.ducttapemarketing.com/ Subscribe: iTunes | Android | Marketing Podcast with Brian Dean Keyword research has long been the primary tool for search engine optimization plans. The idea was that you found out what people in your industry were searching for and you optimized your site and pages to try to…

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5 Ways To Unleash Your Creativity Through Humor

Photo credit: LOL from Shutterstock By Will Becker, Copywriter & Social Content Strategist, Trepoint Comedy brings perspective. It brings the refreshing release of laughter and joy. It brings a critical eye and a necessary commentary on the world around us. Whether you yourself are a funny person or not, we turn to humor to help us…

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Turn Your Web Design Talent Into Freelance Success

By Dan Bochichio, co-founder of Bocain Designs It’s 2016, and just about everyone either does business online or uses the internet as a tool to discover, rate and engage with businesses they rely upon. With so much demand and opportunity, now seems like a great time to tap into the market for quality freelance web designers,…

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15 Tips to Better Organize Your Office This Spring

This post was published on http://www.blogtrepreneur.com/ The following is a sponsored post by Staples Brand Products. Thank you Staples for sponsoring this Success Harbor post. The purpose of this sponsored post is to help small businesses get organized this spring. This spring you get a chance to spring forward your competition by organizing your small…

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Ep. 163 – Jesse Itzler: 6 Simple Steps to Becoming Self-made

“Everyday is a new day.” …unless you have a routine. Then it’s just “eat, sleep, shit, repeat,” like they say in Billions. “Don’t you want to create memories? Don’t you want to build your life resume and get as much out of life as you can?” Jesse Itzler said on my podcast. He’s the co-founder…

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The LOWEST Point of My Career

Share This Post Laura and I drove from Chicago to Nebraska over a steamy hot 4th of July weekend. We were driving our $1200 1985 Honda Civic whose engine had just $$$$ blown out 3 months before. We were buying gas on whatever fumes were left on our credit cards. I’d been demoted from my…

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