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The Dale Carnegie Approach to Blogger Outreach

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Learn how the principles in "How to Win Friends and Influence People" can help you develop a strong blogger network and create the perfect blogger outreach pitch. This post explores the 12 key points outlined in the book.

 

There’s nothing like curling up with a good self-improvement book to give you a swift kick in the pants. I remember reading my very first one (which shall rename nameless). Needless to say, I couldn’t seem to keep in good condition, as it was thrown across the room more times than I’d like to admit.

 

However, despite my unwillingness to come to terms with reality, these books have been an invaluable asset to my relationships with people. I would not have been able to connect and develop quality relationships with people without first knowing which areas I needed to improve upon...


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How Google & Technology is Changing Your Brain’s Rote Memory (The Google Effect Study)

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A recent study has confirmed that the search engine Google is changing your brain and altering the way it works, seriously. But then again, this really shouldn’t come as a surprise since any new technology is going to change the way that our neurons fire and brain works. Anyways, a group of people got money for a study called “The Google Effect” led by Betsy Sparrow at Columbia University. Findings from the study led by Betsy were published in the popular journal, “Science.”

 

How is Google changing your brain? What did The Google Effect study find?

 

Contrary to popular myth that using the internet is making people dumber, that wasn’t what the researchers found. What they found was the fact that using the Google search engine causes the brain to reorganize its memories for information. Instead of relying on what is called “Rote memory,” people are using new technology such as their computers and Google to get the job done. In other words, instead of people using their brains directly to pull up information are basically saying, “I can just quick go Google it instead of try to test my memory.”

 

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