The folks over at toggl created a humorous email generator for freelancers that features two sliders for how much they want to pay you, (from nothing to way too much), and for how professional you want the […]
Once you come up with an idea when do you start sharing it? I’ve seen two types of people. Those that hold everything in secrecy and make one big announcement when it’s complete and ready. […]
As your newsletter grows so does the number of “out of office” replies you get. On a given week I may get twenty but around the holidays I get swamped with these.
No one understands the tax code.
In the book The $100 Startup by Chris Guillebeau, he interviews a lot of entrepreneurs and shares insights in how each one got their start. One interview that I found inspiring is with Naomi Dunford and […]
Before we continue I think it’s important to define what type of newsletter I’m going to be talking about. There are basically two styles of newsletters, one with exclusive content, and another that is just an update telling you to go read this. Basically, email as notifications instead of RSS.
For this post, I’m talking about the former. Newsletters with exclusive content and it seems like over the last year that style has really taken off. But does it make sense for you to do that?
Leadership is over glorified, it was really the first follower that transformed the lone nut into a leader. I came across this because the book So good they can’t ignore you had a section on […]