Neil Patel is going to share with us 11 strategies from his bag of tricks. Some of these tricks will be easy to implement while others will be time-consuming, but if you take the time to implement a handful of them, your search engine traffic will increase.
The workplace as we have known it for the past 200 years will cease to exist. Why build fancy offices when the workplace of tomorrow could be nestling in your pocket? Insights into the future of work from India.
Kenneth Mikkelsen's insight:
Key learning points:
By 2020 those soaring skyscrapers, home to corporate offices, will be ghost buildings.
Physical offices will shrink as the virtual office in your pocket takes over.
Anytime, anyplace, anyhow will be the mode of work as life and work blur.
It is often mistaken as unhappiness, fatigue, depression, or being stuck in a rut. It’s an emptiness that tells us something’s missing. Sound familiar?
“Find your Calcutta.” ~Mother Teresa
Something is missing in your life, isn’t it?
You’re working hard, trying to get ahead, doing everything you possibly can to make life just a little bit better. You’re trying to keep it all balanced, though. You won’t be one of those people who commits every waking second to work and the pursuit of career.
Not you. You’ve got it figured out. You even make time to exercise, eat right, meditate, or maybe spend time with friends and family.
You’ve got it all figured out—except for that one stupid thing that keeps tugging at your heart. You don’t really know what it is, but it is there, and it is driving you a little crazy.
As more people sign up for Facebook, it’s important to note that the site largely places privacy control in the user’s hands. The default setting for privacy is public, and many people don’t change it. So what steps can you take to manage your Facebook privacy like an expert?
Like any statistics that you see about social media or device usage, this infographic could be wrong. But agnostic of the numbers, this makes a good argument for mobile driving a good part of e-commerce growth.
If you’ve ignored previous warnings and your business isn’t taking advantage of responsive web design right now or planning on it in the very near future, you are in danger of going out of business in 2014.
Peg Corwin's insight:
You’re missing over a third of your WEBSITE visitors if your site is not easily viewable on mobile devices.
"Responsive web design is simply this–a website design that adjusts gracefully to fit on desktop, tablet, and smartphone browsers. Ever pull up a website on your smartphone and it was just a very tiny version of what you would see on your desktop, so you zoomed way in, and then moved the website around and enlarged and shrunk it as needed to read text and click on things? That was not a responsive website. Or if it was, it left out the key point of adjusting “gracefully.” A responsive website looks good no matter whether you’re looking at it on a phone, tablet, or desktop.”
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