Archive for February 2010

Turning Lack into an Asset

Everyone starts somewhere. Invariably, that somewhere is “the beginning.” The beginning may look different on the surface from one person to the next but absolutely no one is born playing violin, writing novels, doing taxes, hunting down all the Jedi in the universe, pounding on opponents in heavy weight fights or winning bouts on The…

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What If You Charged Admission For What You Do?

I could write a lot on the book The Experience Economy, but there’s one thought that really hit me from what I read. What if, instead of charging for your product or service, you instead charged an admission and gave the rest away for free? How would this impact how you interact with your market?…

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Smelly Airline Passengers Now News, Post Kevin Smith

That’s right. Now that Kevin Smith has raised a ruckus online over being kicked off a flight for being too fat, other passengers are raising a stink. Literally. Hmmmm…too soon? I find this story amusing. A man was kicked off a Jazz Air flight. His smell was later described as “brutal” by another passenger. If…

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Twitter Gets a Boost From Real Time Search

Shout out to LeeAnn Prescott at VentureBeat for reporting on this. The gist is that Twitter has experienced a 9% boost in traffic since Google’s real-time search was introduced. I guess the point is that search is far from dead and it still does make sense to pay attention to keywords, trending topics and to…

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