Stop Overthinking, Start Executing

This is probably the best and simplest advice I can offer you for 2013: stop overthinking, start executing. It’s not a new idea, I was pushing clients in this direction while as a consultant for the last decade prior to going in-house at Google.

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January 4, 2013 Author Adam Singer In Digital Marketing and PR
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There’s Nothing Wrong With Being Compensated For Your Passion

With the advent of macro social platforms, I see more and more people spending time giving their ideas (in full) to sites they don’t own. In tandem, the companies running them are being compensated for your ideas and passion, mostly by running ads next to them.

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December 28, 2012 Author Adam Singer In Digital Marketing and PR

How To Succeed In The Modern Blogosphere

I remember a couple of years back, when blogging was this relatively new thing. I would read them for hours at a time, not getting tired of doing it, even if some of the blog posts were repeating what I had just read on a previous blog.

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December 27, 2012 Author Guest Author In Blogging
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Free Your Content And Connect With Fans

A few years back our friends at Techdirt posted a smart formula for making money from the web. It was simple: CwF + RtB (Connect with Fans and give them a Reason to Buy).

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December 26, 2012 Author Adam Singer In Digital Marketing and PR

Future Buzz 10 Most Popular Posts Of 2012

We’re about to wrap up another year of writing at The Future Buzz and head into year 6 of this site. Some of you have been here from the beginning and it has been an amazing journey together so far!

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December 17, 2012 Author Adam Singer In links, quick bits

Web Analytics In Real Life

To non-digital natives, explaining the flaws of your digital experiences is perhaps best done through analogy. And hey, it’s even fun for experienced marketers and analysts to see problems they’re solving every day explained in a different way.

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December 13, 2012 Author Adam Singer In links, quick bits