The Taming 10: The week’s best links for entrepreneurs
The following are the best business and productivity web articles I’ve come across in the past week.
I try to find only the stories that won’t waste your time and have the potential to positively impact your business.
Really nice list of things that you should go through to ensure you are maximizing the potential of social media.
Some great tips for bloggers looking to attract more traffic through guest posting. Thanks to Tyler Tervooren for bringing this story to my attention on Twitter.
Nice article that gives all sorts of great advice for writing a well thought-out eBook quickly.
Great article by Baba Shiv Berry describing how ultimate success requires one to get over a fear of failure. Related to the article I posted earlier on patience and persistence.
Great article that gives some tough but helpful tips about how to get a lot of content out of yourself quickly.
Describes how even the master himself, Steve Jobs, had to learn how to change his company’s direction. Thanks to Steve Markowitz for tweeting this out.
Good article that doesn’t just answer that question, but also gives you great tips on refocusing your blog to make sure that it does make money. Thanks to Srinivas Rao for tweeting this.
Cool and unique article written by very interesting guy and CEO of Palo Alto Software, Tim Berry. Tells a couple ways in which he encouraged his kids to take initiative. It paid off and they ended up becoming entrepreneurs themselves. Tim always has really interesting tweets so check him out at @Timberry.
Article scientifically analyzes what makes a tweet really spread. Definitely useful information for those who use Twitter as part of their social media strategy.
Really cool article that talks about how to become a ‘consultant’ by examining and getting specific about your areas of expertise.