Wow, does anyone else feel like this past week just FLEW by? I do!
Well, here we are! Welcome to EntrepreneurOnFire’s Weekly Bonfire. :)
If you haven’t been to one of our bonfires before, never fear. You don’t have to worry about moving your chair around every five minutes with the hope that the smoke won’t follow you wherever you go. We’re just here to share some of the great articles we’ve found throughout the week with you.
As you can see below, we’ve done a mini review of each of the articles we’ve found – this way you’ll be able to check out the ones that might be of interest to you.
So get in close, and get ready to light it up!
A very helpful post by Ian Cleary on Social Media Examiner that breaks down step-by-step how you can download and utilize 3 great tools in order to 1) find content more easily, and 2) organize it all in one place. My favorite tool out of the 3? Feedly (I’m obsessed)!
It’s hard to market yourself well. You’re afraid no one will want what you’re selling. You don’t want to price it too high or else people won’t buy it. Wait a minute – take that all back this second! In this post Sean D’Souza of psychotactics.com walks you through his experience and provides you with valuable tips on how you can overcome undervaluing yourself.
A post by WebDesignerDepot that includes laugh-out-loud video footage on how Adobe took Creative Day to a whole new level. I love it when I see stuff like this! If you have two minutes to watch the video, then I think you should because you’re going to love this.
This is not only a valuable list, but also a funny one. Check out onboardly.com’s 27 “Blogging Laws” and see which ones you’re following…
Dan Martell dives into the wonderful world of “Word of Mouth Marketing” in this article on Clarity.fm. Follow the steps he lays out to get your audience listening, engaged and inspired by your brand.
Whew! Some great articles this week, right?!
What’s your #1 takeaway from the articles featured in our Weekly Bonfire this week? Share in the comments section below!
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