Best practices, portfolios, and the “me too” phenomenon is all over the place. But we don’t give a shit.
We don’t give a shit about sliders, carousels, or whether or not you choose to use WordPress.
We don’t give a shit about how many pages you think you need on your website or whether you intend to use illustrations or stock photos.
Breakpoints, CSS, bootstraps, themes, graphics, content, layouts, and hosting — we don’t give a shit.
Don’t get us wrong, we do care about all that. Web design best practices are all that we follow. …
“Mass is dead. Here comes Weird” ~ Seth Godin
Before the industrial revolution, “stuff” was made to order.
Artisans and craftsmen would get to work and start creating or producing items (from chandeliers to the emperor’s new clothes) only when they had a customer to begin with.
In that era, no one would produce goods waiting, hoping, and praying that someone would walk in and make a purchase at a later date.
While things were slow and inefficient, the items produced were of exemplary craftsmanship.
Then, the Industrial revolution came about.
The industrial revolution was that time in the history…
That question is an economic trigger. It makes or breaks a business. It pulls the economy forward (and maybe backward).
What happens beyond the “How Much?” question determines the fate of any business, industries, and even an entire economy.
But it doesn’t merely have to be “fate”. The outcome can be controlled.
It all centers around the magic word: Price.
Prices are the central hinges of a market economy. Every dollar of revenue and profit that a company generates us the direct or indirect result of a price decision.
Everything revolves around prices — everything from your business…
If you were an entrepreneur a few decades ago, you’d only have to deal with people, equipment, inventory levels, distributors, sales, operations, logistics, manufacturing, and management. If you were into providing services, you’d still have to deal with people, operations, sales, and management.
Today, as an entrepreneur, you’d have to deal with all the above, and then some.
Now, you’d also have to deal with:
Can you take a moment and imagine how it’d have been in ancient Europe, Africa, or Asia as far as business itself and merchants doing marketing was concerned?
There was no such thing as marketing (at least not the way we’d imagine it to be). Merchants or sellers would line up the streets with their wares in tow.
Customers would walk by Bazaars or markets and buy what they want. If they happen to know a merchant all too well, that merchant would thrive.
During the Industrial revolution happened, goods were being mass produced. During that entire time, average companies…
If you were to run your business like everyone does, you’d end up exactly where most people end up: unsatisfied, stressed out, and falling through the cracks.
What’s needed then? How can you stand out? How can you seek to start a business, continue to run it, get profitable, and still have fun along the way?
You do what the founders of Skype, Paypal, and Tesla did: Build a following. Grow a community.
Seek advocates; not just customers.
Each of these companies have products that have become popular thanks to passionate people moving together, recommending these products…
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