Tag: Seth Godin

How To Blog More Frequently

How To Blog More Frequently

| January 10, 2013 | Reply

I’m watching a video where Seth Godin is being interviewed by David Siteman Garland. Seth is known for writing concise, meaningful blog posts every day (for the past 5 YEARS). Of course, I find this fascinating because sometimes I struggle with doing a couple a month. DSG asked Seth about his methodology for blogging so […]

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“We’re Going to Be the Next… (facebook / twitter / The Killers / fill in the blank)

“We’re Going to Be the Next… (facebook / twitter / The Killers / fill in the blank)

| April 30, 2009 | Reply

Earlier this week, I was speaking with a few people at a breast cancer fund raising event at the San Diego Hard Rock. I was introduced to two budding entrepreneurs who had just launched a new music site geared towards helping bands market their services. When I asked them to tell me a bit about […]

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Seth Godin – How to Survive the Economic Downturn

Seth Godin – How to Survive the Economic Downturn

| February 4, 2009 | Reply

Seth is right. Focus on keeping expenses in line and build something that your customers really want. The days of “get big fast and burn money” are over.

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The Music Industry

The Music Industry

| January 10, 2008 | Reply

Seth Godin, blogger/author, has a great piece on the current perils in the music industry. It’s amazing how clearly broken the model is to an outsider, yet insiders still persist on reveling in the past. What to learn from the music industry From the post: 1. Past performance is no guarantee of future successEvery single […]

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