Let’s build a better tomorrow by building a better foundation of our past.#WorldEnvironmentDay Now that’s a great sentence!Quoted from a book by William Dudley called: “How Buildings Learn“. It explains the principles of how anything can learn from experiences. It suggests
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Turn Tiny Products into Expensive Courses with the Double Chocolate Macaroon Method
My organic grocery store sells several different kinds of prepackaged coconut macaroons. The cookies come in bags or canisters and the weight tends to be around 12 to 16 ounces.
But for the same price, you can buy a bag that weighs just 5 ounces.
Case Study: The Ogilvy-Oyster Method of Sneaky Selling
Here’s how a small shift in your content strategy can lead to big profits:
“The Guide to Oysters” was the first ad advertising expert David Ogilvy wrote for own agency.
Are Your Videos making this Audio Mistake?
Imagine you’re making a video about how to declutter a closet.
In the video you show the closet beforehand, you explain what you’re going to do and how you’ll do it, and then you have a montage of video clips of you working while music plays. Finally, you come back on screen and give a few parting thoughts.
Attracting a Massive Audience with Your Blog
Plenty of bloggers like to write about their thoughts, their day or the crazy thing that happened to them on the way to the zoo.
But this type of blogging is generally more for fun than for profit.