Don’t know about you, but I’m a huge fan of modern day gadgets.
They can make us more productive, make our everyday lives a little bit more convenient and help us feel more comfortable while travelling away from home.
(And some of them are simply cool to have, even if you don’t use them very often.)
So I decided to steal the idea from Matt Mullenweg and start a yearly tradition of taking inventory of the stuff that I carry with me in my backpack.
I’m very happy with most of these things, but some of them could be upgraded to something better. So please feel free to leave a comment and suggest a replacement. Read more…
I bet that you have at least one guest post under your belt.
So let me ask you something:
– What was the ROI of that guest post?
Did you achieve what you expected? Are you happy with the results?
Or maybe you didn’t have any specific goal in mind and wrote your guest post just because everyone else is doing it?
I reached out to 500+ bloggers (big and small) and asked all of them pretty much same questions.
The amount of feedback and data that I got from that outreach was totally overwhelming (to say the least) and I can’t wait to share all these golden nuggets with you.
But first… Read more…
“Going to Africa. Hope I don’t get AIDS. Just kidding. I’m white!”
This is a tweet that Justine Sacco sent to her 174 Twitter followers while waiting for boarding in the London airport on 20 Dec 2013.
How does that tweet make you feel?
What would you do if you saw this in your Twitter feed?
Would you just skim through?
Would you laugh at this joke? Read more…
I rarely write personal updates, but it feels like right now is a perfect time for one.
Many of you already know why I didn’t publish any new articles at BloggerJet in the last 6 months. But many still don’t.
So let me shed a little bit of light on what happened, as well as give you an idea of what will happen next. Read more…
How many perks do you get when you learn something before anyone else does?
Just share that new knowledge with others and you’ll position yourself one step ahead.
Yet there’s so much information that it’s absolutely impossible to keep up and always stay at the top of your game.
And you probably have some work that needs to be done, right?
So how do you find the balance? Read more…
Do you love case studies?
I bet you do!
You get the detailed instructions on executing a certain strategy and the exact numbers that you can expect from doing it.
What can be more valuable than that?
These days I never take any advice seriously unless it’s backed up with real data.
I’ve learned a ton of highly actionable tactics by reading case studies and I guess it’s time to share one of my own. Read more…