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Top 10 Websites For Designers - January 2013 | HOW Magazine Blog

Top 10 Websites For Designers - January 2013 | HOW Magazine Blog | Design Revolution | Scoop.it
Every month HOW scours the web to find the best design websites. Then we compile the top promo sites, design tools, resources and sites for creative time-outs.
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Designers look at website design differently. Love this list of power website designs from How Magazine (one of my favorite design resources because even non-designers can understand it :). How's list focuses on designer "self promotion" websites, but plenty of :#StealThis in these designs too. 

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Burn Down Your Website: 5 Web Design Implications

Burn Down Your Website: 5 Web Design Implications | Design Revolution | Scoop.it

Burn Down Your Website
As we noted on G+ (Inevitable Lightness of Being) websites are a tyranny few will be able to afford soon. Let's follow the rules of improvisation (always a good web marketing idea) and say, "Yes, and" to the issue of burning down your website. What are the web design implications of embracing the next generation of consumer marketing?

* Build for Curation Not Creation

* Remember about THEM (customers) not you so build community in
* FAST, FLAT and FURIOUS
* Don't forget profiles, timelines and shares
* Read behavior THEN create the page (i.e. More Google-like)

Curation Not Creation
Friends @Scoop.itsuch as @Guillaume Decugisand @Marc Rougierare sitting in the cat bird seat. After the latest Google changes, and the last time we will know when Google makes algorithm changes, the curate don't create rule is strong.

Strong because you can't afford to put content on owned properties that isn't insanely great. In a world where the NY Times gets gigged for poorly supported content you need to test BEFORE you write.

Scoop.it is our favorite, "Test before you write" tool. Content curation is more democratic tool. Nothing like finding a cool post, sharing it and explaining why you think it is cool with rich snippets to create relationships. Doubt that? I have 45,300 followers on Scoop.it. Curate don't create and build your next site to make your curation easy, sticky and shareable.

Them Not You
One of the wooden stakes in the heart of tactical web development is it assumes too much control for the creators. As a creator I can attest where the power lives - THEM (your customers) not you. Your future web development needs to build community, make your curation of your user's content, the User Generated Content (UGC) every web miner needs to win today. If you don't have a plan to create user profiles, timelines and following better get one.

Fast, Flat and Furious (in Real Time)
If you haven't watched Joi Ito's TED talk about Nowism do so. The web only has one time - NOW. We've noticed anything we do, share, or create close to NOW does better. Figure the need to share and have content pinging (updating and being shared) constantly will be a huge need in tomorrow's web development.

Building flat and fast sites influenced by mobile's less is more philosophy is highly recommend. If your dropdowns are War and Peace novels you need to reconsider. EASY, simple and beautiful works better in a mobile, connected, and FAST world.


Profiles & More
Changing your role from creator to curator opens your thinking. If your site is about what THEY (your customers) do with it include them in your web design. Create profiles, timelines and make it easy for your customers to speak to and interact with each other. 

Gamified and Predictive
No one gives things for long without reinforcement. We agree with Daniel Pink's great book Drive. Paying = jobs. Don't pay money, but do find ways to share your legitimacy. 

Share your position and site and your community will help build it. Make sure to curate too. When you find great content THEY (customers) gave you, share and elevate the example everyone learns. 

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The Googleization of the World: SEO, RankBrain, Penguin 4.0 & Time

The Googleization of the World: SEO, RankBrain, Penguin 4.0 & Time | Design Revolution | Scoop.it

We Live In Google's World
If the web is the wild west then Google is the organizing and calming sheriff. There latest moves including slapping artificial intelligence into their algorithm and moving to real-time updates mean  we live in Google's world perhaps more than ever. 

Google's ability to balance an ever changing world on the head of a pin can be admired, feared or detested depending on where your website is coming out, on how much traffic your site is losing or gaining based on the latest.

These changes mean a favorite too, the Penguin Tool ( http://barracuda.digital/panguin-tool/) is about to lose it's relevance. The ability to overlay Google's moves on your Google Analytics is yet another "not provided" move. Google wants to hold and control their data since control translates into the ability to sell those tools back to us.

As my friend and Google Watcher, Bill Slawski told me he thinks web marketers should be boning up on AI. As we lose our ability to SEE and learn from the web's data Bill is right. We better know AI or diversify our multichannel marketing FAST. 

We live in Google's world perhaps now more than ever!

http://www.curagami.com/google-penguin-4-rankbrain-love/?v=7516fd43adaa 

http://barracuda.digital/panguin-tool/

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7 Best Auto Blogging Wordpress Plugins - sourcewp

7 Best Auto Blogging Wordpress Plugins - sourcewp | Design Revolution | Scoop.it
WordPress auto blogging plugins can help you to get new content for your site on complete autopilot, it is extremely important for every blogger
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Auto Blog Your Wat To Greatness?
Can you auto blog your way to greatness? We doubt it, but auto blogging, feeding keywords to an algorithm that feeds back "stories", may have a role in your team's content creation.

We use auto blogging to help make suggestions not write actual posts. The voice isn't US and we enjoy writing, but we have picked up ways to artfully deploy keywords and a few phrases.

Hey any writing we don't have to do helps and keeps costs down so reviews these 7 auto blogging tools for yourself and see if they will work for your website's content marketing.  

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Stealing Ecommerce Tips from the Museum of Modern Art

Stealing Ecommerce Tips from the Museum of Modern Art | Design Revolution | Scoop.it

MoMA's Store Rocks
Wow, I don't usually think of museums as sources of ecommerce inspiration and learning, but the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) has a special team you can learn a lot from. MoMA's team excels at ecommerce blocking and tackling such as:

  • Great email followups (abandon cart, push emails)
  • Great promotion schedule understands DEADLINES and web's constant NOW 
  • Easy to understand and use navigation
  • Great clean lines and images 
  • Tells great visual stories


Best ways to make money online is to excel at the basics. MoMA doesn't stop there they excel at advanced ecommerce ideas too such as:
  • Bundled and "this = that" merchandising
  • Developing exclusive products and bundles
  • Email marketing


MoMA's backend could be better. They take too long to ship, but once their products arrive they are packed carefully and with a sense of how special the order is / was. If you want to learn ecommerce you should follow and visit the Museum of Modern Art. 

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Learn Web Design From Video Game Design: 20 Best Video Game Websites via @whatculture

Learn Web Design From Video Game Design: 20 Best Video Game Websites via @whatculture | Design Revolution | Scoop.it

Learning From Video Game Designers
Video game designers can teach you a lot about how to great great ecommerce and B2B websites. Video games are gamified, social and understand the stimulus - response nature of online interaction in a fluid and must imitate ways.  

Here are WhatCulture.com's picks for the 20 best video game websites in the world. We like Gamers With Jobs and Kotaku (though we don't understand a lot of it).  

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Design Competitions and Contests Landing Page Example via HOW Design

Design Competitions and Contests Landing Page Example via HOW Design | Design Revolution | Scoop.it

Contests Landing Page Design
How Design Magazine believes in the power of contests. They have a logo, poster or print contest just about every day. Just look at their well designed landing page sharing their current contests to know how much they believe tapping into the User Generated Content wave is valuable.  

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30 Beautiful and Creative Shopify Ecommerce Website Designs

30 Beautiful and Creative Shopify Ecommerce Website Designs | Design Revolution | Scoop.it
People don’t judge a book by its cover, do they?Of course they do.Whether it’s the presentation of your food at a fancy restaurant or the latest Apple product, humans just seem to love things that ...
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The Ecommerce Rubicon
As I've written about before on Curagami in Ecommerce Rubicon: 5 Tips On How To Cross Over http://www.curagami.com/ecommerce-rubicon-5-tips/?v=7516fd43adaa finding a web design that tells a great visual story, converts visitors to buyers, builds brand equity, and creates tribes is a multi-headed hydra. 

You can see all possibilities and challenges in these 30 examples. Some tell great visual stories but good luck converting visitors to buyers. Others are so focused on transactions there is no "there" there.  

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Want To Beat Content Shock? Magazine Your Content Marketing

Want To Beat Content Shock? Magazine Your Content Marketing | Design Revolution | Scoop.it

Beating Content Shock
We don't disagree with author and web marketing guru Mark Schaefer. There is too much content chasing too little attention. Once you have attention you need to convert visitors to buyers.

Creating content "magazines" is a great way to beat Schaefer's content shock, create trust, win hearts and minds and engender loyalty. This LinkedIn Post shares a synopsis of tips shared on Curagmai including:


  • Find 3 – 5 content groups that interest your visitors.
  • Decide your schedule (we recommend monthly updates at first because that is a big commitment that must be kept to gain trust).
  • Curate content from trusted sources such as brands, manufacturers and even competitors.
  • Automate at least one of your content groups with feeds.
  • Find and nurture free visual media sources such as Haiku Deck.


The Curagami post is here:
http://www.curagami.com/ecommerce/5-tips-magazine-content-marketing/?v=7516fd43adaa 

And The http://www.Moon-Audio.com example is here:
http://www.moon-audio.com/chord-hugo/magazine.html#

The LinkedIn Synopsis is here:
https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/how-magazine-your-content-marketing-martin-marty-smith 
 

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Why SEO for Web Designers Went Boom - Curagami

Why SEO for Web Designers Went Boom - Curagami | Design Revolution | Scoop.it
With 22,000+ views SEO for Web Designers blew up thanks to a defined tribal audiences, advocates and luck. Discover tips on how to blow your content up too.
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Design Is A Search For Form: Objectified film by Gary Hustwit

Design Is A Search For Form: Objectified film by Gary Hustwit | Design Revolution | Scoop.it

Objectified Primer In Product Development & Design
If you want to make stuff sit down this weekend and watch Gary Hustwit's Objectified.  Hustwit's film is one of the best walk through the design process we've seen. We've developed a handful of products and the process to turn an idea from murky thoughts to physical reality isn't described well in books. 

The product development journey is simultaneously individual and universal. Each designer's take is different but elements of the design process stay common such as:

* Vision.

* Prototyping.
* Testing.

* Design.
* More Testing.

* Launching.

* Modification and evolution.

If you want to make stuff watch Objectified this weekend.  

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Web Design Jazz (video) via @Curagami

Web Design Jazz (video) via @Curagami | Design Revolution | Scoop.it

Web Design Jazz is the conversational alchemy that is website design riffing important conversations your brands have with visitors and potential customers. What about you? What conversations are your having with customers? How did you get there? 

Check out our Web Design Jazz video and join the conversation:
http://www.curagami.com/master-classes/web-design-jazz/  

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What Do 17,162 Know About SEO You Need Too? #seo For Web Designers via @HaikuDeck

What Do 17,162 Know About SEO You Need Too? #seo For Web Designers via @HaikuDeck | Design Revolution | Scoop.it

17,162 People Later
We've been asked to make the presentation that created our most viewed Hiaku Deck again at the Iron Yard Code Academy again (made the first presentation six months ago). There were important ideas we shared last time:

* SEO THRIVES or DIES with graphic designers.

* Graphic designers are heroes under siege by many groups.

* Set REALISTIC expectations.
* Set reasonable boundaries (with gorillas looking for bananas).
* Shared a few easy to remember tips to help designers improve their technical SEO skills.

Obviously we hit a nerve. We will be updating benchmarks shared six months ago to see how those we mentioned fared since.  Remember technical SEO is important, but your content must engage, be exciting (visually too) and develop sustainable online community to win over time. 

Good luck and if you have SEO questions we didn't cover email them to martin(at)Curagami.com and we will include and send you a Curagami Rules tee.  

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Design Revolutions Arrives At Curagami Thanks To Scoopit Bus

Design Revolutions Arrives At Curagami Thanks To Scoopit Bus | Design Revolution | Scoop.it

Design Revolutions Now On Curagami
Finally decided to use @Scoop.it's easy to use embed tool. The tool makes it easy to add content curation to a blog. Simply copy the embed code and your Scoops appear inside your blog. 

Why would you want Scoops on a blog? Content curation has more reach and costs less than content creation. Content curation is or can become a big help to content creation.  

The "4th Estate" for Scoop.it is finding ways to bring the easy content curation Scoop.it creates with a company's content marketing. Scoop.it's easy to use embed (you embed the feed) bridges the 4th estate of content marketing. Well done! 

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Burn Your Website Down - 3 Reasons - via Curagami

Burn Your Website Down - 3 Reasons - via Curagami | Design Revolution | Scoop.it

Burn Your Website Down
Our recent Burn Down Your Website Haiku Deck confused several loyal Curagami customers.

“That’s crazy,” one customer said. Crazy to burn down something so expensive to create and so dangerous to imagine burning down. Surely competitive flood waters, waters our client worked so hard to keep at bay, would overwhelm, drown and end their brands. 

3 Reasons To Burn Your Website Down

* Cardboard Vitual Reality
* Smartphones
* Friends of Friends

 http://www.curagami.com/burn-down-your-website-3-more-reasons/


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Disruptive Ecommerce Burn Your Website Down via @HaikuDeck #setyourstoryfree

Disruptive Ecommerce Burn Your Website Down via @HaikuDeck #setyourstoryfree | Design Revolution | Scoop.it

Burn Your Website Down
Websites are about to become an expensive tyranny. Tomorrow's e-commerce happens everyone and at any time on any device. Still demanding customers come to your website?  Crazy! 

Better to "burn your website" and all of the preconceived notions about what a website is and should be down today. Recreate your site as a fluid expression of content, community and commerce.

Here's how:

http://bit.ly/burn-down-website

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Static Website Generators: The Next Big Thing & Everything New Is Old – Smashing Magazine

Static Website Generators: The Next Big Thing & Everything New Is Old – Smashing Magazine | Design Revolution | Scoop.it
Static websites are hardly new, going all the way back to the beginning of the web. So, why the sudden explosion in interest? What’s up? Why now?
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Everything New Is Old
This post from  Smashing Magazine is prescient and nostalgic at the same time. Prescient in its prediction that we are about to make websites flatter and easier to code. Nostalgic because I've been pressing the STATIC button for years now. 

Because you CAN do something doesn't mean it is the right thing to do. Search spiders have NEVER been as good crawling dynamic pages as static (I don't care what anyone says). As a Director of Ecommerce my question was, "Why do we NEED that to be dynamic?" 

Our CMS was.Net, a platform WE DO NOT recommend since you need LOTS of programming resources and ASP.Net fights SEO like a sumo wrestler.  Just because we COULD make something dynamic meant it should be dynamic (to our IT team). 

I'm a marketing guy and a publisher (at heart). That means I want pages that I can easily manipulate AND let our customers easily manipulate. Wordpress seemed to offer just such a platform.

And then the hackers came and WP's weaknesses became painful (as the Smashing Magazine post shares). On the phone with my friend and the CEO of WTE.net the other day (Eric) I heard an interesting thing - PCI compliance was going to require any site with a form (and that wold be all sites) to be secure (HTTPS instead of HTTP).

The ability of hackers to exploit cracks meant security was about to be pushed across the entire site, not just the cart. To secure the cart credit card companies are insisting ALL user data be secure or PCI is void and your site can't take credit cards.  

So FLAT and SECURE is the future of e-commerce and everything new is old and vice versa.  

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Nowism Design Implications via Curagami

Nowism Design Implications via Curagami | Design Revolution | Scoop.it

5 Super Secret Marketing Trends
One of the "Super Secret" Marketing Trends we see for 2016 is Nowism. As defined brilliantly in a TED Talk by Joi Ito (embedded in the post) Nowist plan less and react more. Nowist look to the web to provide the collaborative means to react to what is happening now.

Nowism brings several important design considerations including:

* Incorporation of Social Media Feeds

* More space for Content Curation 

* More flexibility and less rigid and static boxes

* More movement and change throughout a site


When something BIG happens and a web design looks and feels the same the sit steps away from the now. One of http://www.Moon-Audio.com major partners is about to launch an earth shatteing new product. 

Moon's site needs to have the ability to curate, create and spin content about this innovation fast and furious. The more your content marketing and website live in the now the stronger its relationship with your customers.

See the other 4 Super Secret Marketing Trends for 2016 here:

http://www.curagami.com/5-super-secret-marketing-trends/?v=7516fd43adaa 

 

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Famous Headphones Hackers - Contribute Yours!

Famous Headphones Hackers - Contribute Yours! | Design Revolution | Scoop.it
Famous Headphones Hackers Pics celebrates how Moon-Audio.com hacks headpones with ilver, Black & Blue Dragon audio cables and even great cans sound better.
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14 Beautiful Content-Heavy Website Designs Inspire via @dtelepathy

14 Beautiful Content-Heavy Website Designs Inspire via @dtelepathy | Design Revolution | Scoop.it
Designing a good website that accommodates a lot of content is a tricky balancing act to pull off. Does one attempt to present the user with all the information
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Great tips in this "beautiful content heavy websites" post. The Verge has always been one of our favorites and we like the WIRED example too. 

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Google Buzzcut Recovery - A Harrowing Tale of SEO & 404s via Curagami

Google Buzzcut Recovery - A Harrowing Tale of SEO & 404s via Curagami | Design Revolution | Scoop.it

Google SEO Buzzcut
Google can cut our website's hair, but they aren't alone. We can be vicious barbers. Our unintended actions often mess with our URLs and that messes with the infinite universe we create whenever we publish.

Lessons shared here including an October update will help your site recovery from a bad Google or self inflicted haircut.  

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Best Headphones - Headphone HiFi Blog by Moon Audio

Best Headphones - Headphone HiFi Blog by Moon Audio | Design Revolution | Scoop.it

Best Headphones
Every web designer needs great headphones. Music is key to creating amazing websites and these days we all have too much noise around us to dive in without great cans (headphones). 

This is a great post from friends at http://www.moon-audio.com on the best headphones at $500, $1,000 and $1,500. No you won't find Beats on the list, but Sennheiser, HiFiMan and Shure are well represented. 

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SEO, Canonical URLs, Rel=Canonical & Meaning of Ecommerce Life

SEO, Canonical URLs, Rel=Canonical & Meaning of Ecommerce Life | Design Revolution | Scoop.it

Canonical URLs Explained
The Yoast post provides an easy way to understand why rel=canonical is a powerful new SEO tag. Yoast has a dog in the hunt. They make a Magento plugin that easily writes the rel=canonical tag into a product page's head.

The explanation about WHY canonical URLs are so important is only half right. We have a million ways of expressing and sharing URLs these days. Without rel=canonical we end up duping content to distraction.

Here's the rub. All ecommerce sites dupe content. They must. When I was a Director of Ecommerce a single product accounted for 50% of our profits. You better believe I merchandised that product into every nook and cranny our site offered. I duped that product and it's content to distraction.

There are other ways to limit duplication including:

* Use of your Robots.txt file.
* Locking content behind a firewall.  

* Use of blockquotes & rel=canonical tags. 
* Rewrite duplicated content so it's not as duplicated (lol). 

We included our email output into a folder with a "no follow" line in our robots.txt. You may think such a move is enough. It isn't. Be sure NOT to drive links from spiderable content INTO that folder or you eliminate the effectiveness of the robots.txt.

In the end every ecom site worth it's salt MUST duplicate content. Rewriting sounds like a good strategy, but it isn't. Content = time and time = money when managing million dollar commercial sites. You will be duping content.

Best to use rel=canonical because it shows Google you aren't trying to STEAL anything. Reminds me of what a friend shared about the disavow tool (used to deny inbound links or signal they may be untrusted).

 My friend was using the disavow tool daily on his clients accounts. "So you are brown-nosing Google," I kidded him. "Exactly," was his answer. Rel=canonical tells Google you are TRYING to do the right thing and sometimes that is enough. 

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Web Design: What's Next With Smarts & Surprises via @jowitaziobro

Web Design: What's Next With Smarts & Surprises via @jowitaziobro | Design Revolution | Scoop.it

Smart Web Design Trends Post
@jowitaziobro taught our team some important ideas about what's next in #webdesign this morning. She states her goal as digging deeper than the usual suspects in web trends and she succeeds. Here are her 7 What's Next in Web Design Trends:

1. Gestures are the new clicks.

2. The "Fold" is dead (longer swipe-y pages see #1).

3. Websites are quicker users too (so lack of speed kills).

4. Pixel is dead (we used to limit our image sizes and "weight" with the web's advanced caching and Content Delivery Networks no need for such limitations anymore).

5. Animation is back (and about to be in a big way).

6. Components and frameworks are the new design and programming (need to reread and think on this one some).

7.  Social Media is dead long live "direct" email. 

Great post for a Monday. Hell great post for any day. Well done Jowita. Rock on. Marty  

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Presenting SEO For Web Designers @HaikuDeck Today @AmerUnderground in Durham 10 - 11

Presenting SEO For Web Designers @HaikuDeck Today @AmerUnderground in Durham 10 - 11 | Design Revolution | Scoop.it

SEO For Web Designers
Web designers are where rubber meets road for Search Engine Optimization, but it is unrealistic to expect designers to become SEO experts. This Haiku Deck sets reasonable expectations and outlines a handful of technical SEO best practices sure to help any web designer understand the most Darwinian of practices - today's SEO.  

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Can An Amazon Store Teach Web Marketing? Yes & Here's How via @Curagami

Can An Amazon Store Teach Web Marketing? Yes & Here's How via @Curagami | Design Revolution | Scoop.it

How Become A Great Web Marketer?
Every time I suggest this idea to B2B content marketers they roll their eyes and think my suggestion stupid. Everyone can learn new ideas, ideas that inform all digital marketing, from creating an online store.

Each day someone asks how they can learn Internet marketing? Hard to sit in a classroom and learn this stuff. Better to DO IT and no better thing to do than use a tool such as Amazon's Associates to create an online store.

Think of how much stronger your personal brand would be if a potential hiring manager could see what you are reading, ask you questions about those books and get to know you long before an offer is made.


We live in a DIY time when 60% or more of the decision about YOU and your company's products, services and brands will be made BEFORE any active engagement (before picking up the phone or asking you to interview).  

Given how much scrutiny your brand is under BEFORE you ever meet a prospect be it for a job or to make a B2B sale wouldn't it be a good idea to do something simple, engaging and fun to show how much you know about digital marketing. Let's see say I have two resumes on a pile and qualifications are equal, but one has a link to a blog & a "bookstore".

Which resume gets more engagement? Let's say your B2B Software As A Service Company is up for a big project. I go to your site and see the books that made you. I, as the hiring manager, have read several of them. We have a connection now and who am I more likely to hire?

HUGE benefits for half a day's work and work that teaches you more about how the web really works than every class you are likely to take (unless I'm teaching it of course lol). DO don't STUDY and you will understand one of the most important concepts about web marketing.  

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