(Our weekly round ups are back! Confetti!!)
It’s the end of another week and we just can’t wait for the weekend to begin, get that much-needed time off the internet, maybe even watch a movie—anything that doesn’t have to do with being online, unless of course Netflix marathon is part of your weekend itinerary.
Here are a few good reads from this week and some thoughts to ponder as you slow down this weekend. Hope these make you pumped up and ready for week ahead!
This article talks about practical ways to be productive on weekends. Unfortunately, the list suggests that you must not oversleep on weekends because it’s not good for your physical well-being. Sorry kid, but it’s for your own good.
Whether you should blog more or less has become a topic of debate among bloggers. Liz of Elle & Company has a great take on the subject! (My take—it all depends on your business goals, and your resources. Always begin with setting goals and expectations! And a strategy!)
Our friend Dan of Dejan Marketing tells us why, and suggests ways to make your blog more reader-friendly.
There is a kind of “past” you don’t have to let go of.
5 years ago, “Chief Content Officer” is not even a job title. This week, NFL (that’s right, National Football League) announced hiring its first ever Chief Content Officer, Jordan Levin, who used to be Xbox’s Executive VP. You probably don’t care about football but the point is, brands are becoming publishers, and there’s a bright future for all of us content creators.
This “leaked” email between Jeb Bush and his graphic designer has been circulating the web and we’re rolling over laughing. Hahahha.
There’s a WEALTH of information to read here, you know, in case you have a couple of hours to spare. Or, if you have a full day to spare, go ahead and read everything!
Lastly, if you missed them, here are the posts on the Spiralytics blog this week:
- 6 Ways People Misuse Hashtags.
- 7 Important Metrics to Monitor in E-commerce Sites.
- 4 Qualities of Great Content Writers.
Have a great weekend everyone!!