“98% of websites nowadays suuuuuck so bad because their copy is so vague, so blasé, so buzzword-y, that you can’t even understand what the heck is the product
That’s why Great Landing Page Copy showcases & celebrates websites that do the opposite. Think of it as a little corner of the internet to find great examples of websites that are easy to read, feel relatable and sound like a human, not a robot.”
“Nothing in this world has concrete meaning.
At the end of the day, price is merely a perception. Nothing more. Nothing less.
And that’s great news. While large companies can afford expensive pricing research, you can apply psychology.
In this guide, you’ll learn why innocent factors—fonts, colors, digits—can make prices more appealing, boosting the sales of your product.”
Josh Spector shares why you shouldn’t fear selling products online.
Tiago Forte asks Obsidian expert Nick Milo: How good is the note taking app Obsidian as a Second Brain? Here’s how Nick rated Obsidian across 10 key Second Brain factors.
“Today, not only are the tools easy to use, they’re also increasingly powerful. Plus, we now have immediate access to a limitless ocean of others’ creative work through our powerful smartphones and a world washed in high-speed internet. This combination of ease-of-use and instant, ubiquitous access to content has unlocked the inner creativity in all of us, unleashing a massive, humanity-sized addressable market of opportunity.”
Great conversation the value of blogging on the TropicalMBA podcast.
Dan Andrews, Taylor Pearson and Amanda Cook talk about the opportunities that arise from building your personal brand and platform on a blog or newsletter.
My one-person business does $169k/mo in revenue. It costs me $623/mo + 2.9% to run it. Here are the 11 no-code tools in my tech stack.
This is a very simple, but valuable framework from Steve Pavlina to make sure you are putting your energies into bigger issues. It’s easy to get distracted with minor problems. Solve the bigger ones to move forward.