Daily Morning Coffee

  • How To Store Coffee Beans
    Nothing beats a great cup of coffee in the morning. Most of us can’t imagine starting our day without a fresh cup of coffee. That is exactly the secret to a wonderful cup of coffee: it must be freshly brewed! In this article, lets’ explore how to store coffee beans so... Read more »
  • Best Hot Chocolate K Cups for 2022
    To Find the best tasting chocolate seems simple, but finding the best hot chocolate K Cups is a different story. We all know that a fresh and hot cup of cocoa is one of the most delectable treats at your disposal. However, did you know that phenylethylamine and dopamine, which... Read more »
  • 5 Steps to make Keurig Iced Coffee
    Making cold coffee with Keurig is a fast choice when you don’t have time to clean, you don’t require additional steps to ground coffee beans, and you have one of those instances when you simply need coffee. If you’re seeking for the quickest method to make cold coffee and have... Read more »
  • 5 Best Reusable Nespresso Pods
    Reusable Nespresso Pods coffee capsules seem to be the solution to the problem of over 29,000 plastic coffee capsules being thrown away every minute and eventually ending up in landfills. Your wallet will thank you, you’ll be able to enjoy more coffee selections, and you’ll feel less guilty about the... Read more »
  • VideoWhat is Red Eye Coffee?
    Unlike most spirits, high-octane red-eye appears to have originated in the United States, with regional variations depending on where you are in the country. The infamous red eye has evolved into a work drink, most often consumed on the go when you need to stay awake and productive without the... Read more »
  • How long does a Keurig coffee maker last
    How long does a Keurig coffee maker last? This is probably one of the most crucial questions for every coffee lover who invests in the Keurig brand. Although the answer to this question varies, the experience gained by a top coffee lover varies between six to seven years. Honestly speaking,... Read more »
  • Kopi Luwak The World’s Most Expensive Coffee Beans
    Want to know which are the most expensive coffee beans in the world? The answer is Kopi Luwak. This strange name represents one of the most desirable and rare types of coffee you will ever hear in your life. If you want to know more about this expensive and extravagant... Read more »

    Successful Blog

  • Why Your Company Is Chasing Too Many Bad Sales Leads
    Many companies don’t do enough upfront work to qualify their new sales leads. They simply pass every single sales lead through to the sales team, even if the prospect is nowhere near ready to buy or is even a good fit for what the company sells. According to statistics cited... Read more »
  • 3 Lessons B2B Content Marketers Can Learn from B2C Content
    Of course, any content produced by businesses, for businesses is bound to be more factual and professional and “safe for work.” There are limits to what B2B marketers can say without compromising their professional image, and that’s understandable. But in the world of content marketing, it seems like too many... Read more »
  • Old School New School Marketing: Going to the Wisdom Well
    Back in the day, marketing your business looked like this: Hang a shingle; join the local chamber of commerce; hire someone to design business cards and a tri-fold brochure … wait for the phone to ring. Sell, sell, sell. Send out a direct mail piece … wait for the phone... Read more »
  • 6 Keys to Managing Your Remote Workforce
    Imagine how to manage a team at this office: everyone arrives to the building, has their own parking spot physically sectioned off from everyone else; a walled-off path that leads to their own desk, in a closed-off room, equipped with a kitchen and a bathroom; and their own walled-off path... Read more »
  • 6 Tips for Preventing Social Media Burnout
    Without sounding terribly over-dramatic, social media burnout is a real thing – and something we should be watching out for. Whether you’re using social media for work or for pleasure: it’s likely that it takes up a hefty chunk of your day. There is a limit to how much information... Read more »
  • How to Boost Your Digital Marketing Productivity
    Digital marketing can be overwhelming: Here are the two essential steps to get it under control: 1. Develop, monitor and defend brand identity When you first enter a room, and no one knows you, you wield a certain power – The power to be anything, the power to recreate yourself.... Read more »
  • The Simple Guide to Online Referral Marketing
    These days, with so much competition online, it’s harder than ever to get your product’s name out there. Simply updating a social media feed or sending out a newsletter just isn’t enough anymore. In response, marketers and SEO experts have been turning to another avenue of exposure: referral marketing. Referral... Read more »


  • Adsterra Overview: Global advertising and CPA affiliate network
    How reliable is Adsterra? What are the USP’s of Adsterra? We will try to find an answer to all these questions in this overview of Adsterra. We reached out to the Adsterra team, and asked them questions which many of you might have. These answers would help you learn everything... Read more »
  • How To Make Money Blogging (The Practical Guide for 2022)
    Can you make money blogging? What are the various ways to make money from blogging? How much can I earn? Can I talk about my life and make money? What should I blog about to make money? If you are asking any of the above questions, well you have come... Read more »
  • 100+ Blogging Tools For 2022, Categorized (+ Expert Tips)
    Blogging is an art, and using the right blogging tools will make your art rise and shine! This is an epic list of blogging tools to which you can refer (hint: bookmark it!), and find new tools to enhance your blogging experience as well as the experience of your readers! This... Read more »
  • How to Pick A Blog Niche? (Correct way in 2022)
    This is by far the most important article you will ever read before you start a blog. The knowledge of blog niche will define your future success or lack of this knowledge, might lead to failure. There are countless people who started a blog and had quit it before they could have... Read more »
  • How To Start A Blog in 2022 [Blogging Guide For Beginners]
    Want to start a blog and make a career as a blogger? Yeah! It’s possible to do both at the same time! After all, What’s better than following your passion and making passive income along. From the last 14 years,  ShoutMeLoud has helped millions of users like you to start... Read more »
  • 8 Actionable Tips To Increase Affiliate sales in 2022
    Who does not want to get more affiliate sales, but not everyone has enough knowledge to make this happen. However, now you don’t have to be left out as once you apply the techniques and hacks shared in this guide, you should be able to make more affiliate sales as... Read more »

    Seth's Blog

  • The control/responsibility matrix
    Alert readers of my last two posts have probably guessed what this one is about. People make choices about their preferences for control and for taking responsibility. When we combine those choices, we end up with a simple matrix. In the top right is an ideal combination. Someone with control... Read more »
  • Your responsibility preference
    When things go wrong, is your instinct to hide in a corner and hope you won’t get noticed–or to lean into the situation and make it clear that this one is on you? “I’ve got this,” is a phrase that some people will go out of their way to avoid... Read more »
  • Your control preference
    Would you rather write the script, read the script, watch the movie or write the review? When someone commutes by train, they’re giving up control over the journey. On one hand, that means that they can’t actively impact how fast the train arrives. On the other hand, it means that... Read more »
  • Fear of strangers
    Why are we more likely to take off our masks or avoid social distancing with a group of friends at a party instead of strangers on the train? Why do we drive more carefully in a new neighborhood instead of near our home? Why trust the advice of a doctor... Read more »
  • The myth about the apples
    In settings where sorting is difficult, half a bushel of perfect apples is worth more than a full bushel with a rotten apple in it. One bad apple can spoil a whole bunch. We pay a significant premium for pre-selection, confidence and a guarantee. Sorting adds value.... Read more »
  • “The dog ate my homework”
    How did the dog become your teacher’s problem? When we’re actively enrolled in a journey, it’s on us. That’s the requirement once you choose to act professionally. You know the terms, the dates, the structure. It wasn’t even fine print. It’s simply the structure you agreed to be part of.... Read more »
  • “The way things are”
    That’s how culture perpetuates injustice and indignity. Because that’s just the way things are around here. But the status quo isn’t permanent. The world doesn’t stay the way it was. It changes. And it’s been changing faster than ever. It doesn’t change because the status quo sub-committee had a meeting... Read more »

    Duct Tape Marketing

  • Weekend Favs January 22
    Weekend Favs January 22 written by Karen Cutler read more at Duct Tape Marketing My weekend blog post routine includes posting links to a handful of tools or great content I ran across during the week. I don’t go into depth about the finds, but encourage you to check them out... Read more »
  • mp3Standing Out In A Crowded Market
    Standing Out In A Crowded Market written by John Jantsch read more at Duct Tape Marketing Marketing Podcast with Mike Michalowicz In this episode of the Duct Tape Marketing Podcast, I interview Mike Michalowicz. Mike is a speaker and bestselling author, the creator of Profit First – which is used... Read more »
  • mp3The Content Strategy That Works
    The Content Strategy That Works written by John Jantsch read more at Duct Tape Marketing Marketing Podcast with John Jantsch In this episode of the Duct Tape Marketing Podcast, I’m doing a solo show where I’m going to introduce one of my favorite strategy topics around content. Strategy is the most... Read more »
  • Leveraging Video To Close More Contracts
    Leveraging Video To Close More Contracts written by Sara Nay read more at Duct Tape Marketing About the show: The Agency Spark Podcast, hosted by Sara Nay, is a collection of short-form interviews from thought leaders in the marketing consultancy and agency space. Each episode focuses on a single topic... Read more »
  • Weekend Favs January 15
    Weekend Favs January 15 written by Karen Cutler read more at Duct Tape Marketing My weekend blog post routine includes posting links to a handful of tools or great content I ran across during the week. I don’t go into depth about the finds, but encourage you to check them out... Read more »
  • mp3Strategies For Building A Successful Self-Employed Life
    Strategies For Building A Successful Self-Employed Life written by John Jantsch read more at Duct Tape Marketing Marketing Podcast with Jeffrey Shaw In this episode of the Duct Tape Marketing Podcast, I interview Jeffrey Shaw. Jeffrey is an experienced speaker and small-business consultant. He helps self-employed and small-business owners gain... Read more »
  • mp3Rewriting Your Life From The Inside Out
    Rewriting Your Life From The Inside Out written by John Jantsch read more at Duct Tape Marketing Marketing Podcast with Kindra Hall In this episode of the Duct Tape Marketing Podcast, I interview Kindra Hall. Kindra is President and Chief Storytelling Officer at Steller Collective, a consulting firm focused on... Read more »

    Convince and Convert

  • Fuel Marketing Transformation with Team Alignment
    The Pain Points of Misaligned Teams Anyone who’s worked on a team knows what it feels like to be part of a team that isn’t aligned, and this can have a real impact on your ability to make strategic improvements. Does this sound familiar? Your organization has invested in and... Read more »
  • 7 Ingredients of Great B2B Marketing Teams
    B2B marketing is more complex than ever before. A familiar refrain, one that unfortunately continues to be true. More tools. More technology. More competition. More customer expectations. Every B2B marketing team faces these same obstacles. Yet, some of them succeed disproportionately. Why? To be a great B2B organization, you must... Read more »
  • How to Align Your SEO and Sales Teams
      Have you figured out your marketing strategy for 2022 yet? Here’s a great idea for you: Embrace collaborative marketing. Aligning your different teams is likely to open up many new opportunities for your business. According to the recent research by Convince and Convert and Ascend2, 50% of marketers claim... Read more »
  • How to Keep Your Marketing Team Together Using Calendar Apps
    To manage my projects, I work with a team of five people, including myself. It’s not a big team, but it took us time to set up an effective marketing routine among the 5 of us. Every month we take on a series of tasks for our brand, working to... Read more »
  • 6 Ways to Integrate SEO Across Teams
    When I started in digital marketing, I splattered meta-data and keywords into content like Pollock. I am not proud of this because not only does this date me, but it is also horrifically against best practices as we see them today. If you ever read anything along the lines of... Read more »
  • How to Use Video Marketing for Lead Generation
    According to forecasts, 2022 is the year where online videos will make up more than 82% of all consumer internet traffic—putting platforms like YouTube, TikTok, Instagram at the center of any marketing strategy. But how can you use video marketing to generate highly qualified leads or even hit a given... Read more »
  • Improve Your SEO Results By Cleaning Up Your Content
    If you publish content on an ongoing and consistent basis, I’m willing to bet actual money, and without looking at your analytics first, that you have a handful of blog posts that are performing really well for your organic search goals. The rest is most likely a mountain of content... Read more »

    Marketing Profs

  • Four Ways to Use Customer Surveys to Boost Lead Conversion
    Customers love to give feedback, and companies should love it get it--especially because focused feedback can increase your lead conversion rate. Here's how. Read the full article at MarketingProfs... Read more »
  • 10 Important Google Search Algorithm Updates From 2021 [Infographic]
    This piece covers the ten most influential updates that Google made to its search algorithm in 2021 in chronological order. Read the full article at MarketingProfs... Read more »
  • The Secret to Successful B2B Events: Five Tips for Thoughtful Design
    When you plan an event, your first thought may not be "Ooh, gotta get the graphic design right." But virtual events have changed that. To make the most impact with your online B2B event, follow these five design tips. Read the full article at MarketingProfs... Read more »
  • How to Use Google Search Console Insights for Your SEO Strategy
    If you're not yet using Google Search Console Insights to improve your SEO, it's time to start. More than just an analytics dashboard, GSCI answers specific SEO questions; best of all, it's completely free. Read the full article at MarketingProfs... Read more »
  • How People Want Brand Messaging to Make them Feel
    In times of crisis, people say they want brand messaging to make them feel happy and motivated, according to recent research from Attest. Read the full article at MarketingProfs... Read more »
  • Five Lessons Marketers Can Learn From Online Reviews
    Online reviews are of course useful for prospective customers seeking information about a business. But the education goes both ways: Businesses can learn a lot from their own customers by paying attention to reviews. This article highlights five of the major lessons. Read the full article at MarketingProfs... Read more »
  • Are B2B Firms Dedicating Staff Exclusively to Account-Based Marketing?
    Most B2B firms do not have individuals or teams dedicated exclusively to account-based marketing (ABM), according to recent research from The Marketing Practice. Read the full article at MarketingProfs... Read more »


  • State Farm Picks TikTok Over TV in Super Bowl Ad Shuffle
    State Farm aired its first-ever Super Bowl ad in 2021. This year, it would rather spend game day hanging out with you online. Instead of splurging on guest appearances by Drake and Paul Rudd as it did a year ago, the insurance provider is forgoing a traditional Super Bowl ad... Read more »
  • Coca-Cola Sidelines Super Bowl Ads for the Second Year in a Row
    For the second consecutive year, Coca-Cola has decided not to play in this year's Super Bowl, as the beverage brand focuses on existing sports marketing plans. The move leaves rival Pepsi's Super Bowl 56 presence without a major challenger during the broadcast. Pepsi previewed its "cinematic, supersized, five-headliner" Halftime Show... Read more »
  • Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Promotes Gender Equality With New Advertising Requirements
    The need for gender equality is at such a critical point that one platform is willing to give up ad dollars to fight for it. To promote and encourage gender equality, Sports Illustrated Swimsuit announced a new advertising mandate which will only allow brands driving the cause forward to be... Read more »
  • Louisiana Senate Candidate Makes History, Breaks Internet With Weed-Smoking Ad
    Prominent members of the U.S. Congress--from Democrats Chuck Schumer and Cory Booker to Republicans Nancy Mace and David Joyce--are vocal supporters of the cannabis industry. And some lawmakers--Pennsylvania's John Fetterman, for one--have made broader cannabis legalization a central focus of their platforms. But Gary Chambers Jr., an ordained minister running... Read more »
  • Twitter Shakes Up Its Security Ranks as Peiter Zatko, Rinki Sethi Are Out
    Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal continued to shake up the executive ranks, this time focusing on the company's security team. The company confirmed reports that head of security Peiter Zatko is no longer with Twitter, and that chief information security officer Rinki Sethi will be departing in the coming weeks. In... Read more »
  • Aflac and NFL Legend Deion Sanders Aim to Close the Medical Debt Gap With a New Initiative
    The health care debt gap continues to disproportionately impact people of color, especially those in low-income communities. Insurance company Aflac and former NFL star, now head football coach for Jackson State University, Deion Sanders are working together to minimize that. To address overwhelming medical disparities in America, Aflac, in collaboration... Read more »
  • Why You Can No Longer Take 3 Months to Make Hiring Decisions
    Top candidates are being snapped up at frenzied rates and businesses are realizing they must act faster to secure great talent. The best recruiting teams, once burned by slow decision-making, have squeezed hiring timelines to as short as 6-business days. Everyone else is missing out. Resignation numbers are staggering. According... Read more »

    AWeber Blog

  • Stripe vs PayPal — Which is Best for Online Payments?
    If you’re setting up an online store, one of your first questions is likely to be “How do I accept payments?” And no matter who you are — an established entrepreneur or simply starting a side hustle — you’re likely considering Stripe or PayPal. Both Stripe and PayPal are popular,... Read more »
  • New: AWeber Advocates can now earn up to 50% commissions
    There is nothing more flattering for us than when our biggest fans share AWeber with their communities. So we’re starting 2022 by giving our advocates the raise they deserve: AWeber Advocates can now earn up to 50% on referrals to AWeber - hands down the highest amount of any other... Read more »
  • Email Marketing Statistics You Should Know in 2022
    Email marketing continues to be one of the most powerful tools for growing your business. (Need proof? Check out stat #1 below.) Although email marketing has been around for decades, it’s everchanging. New email marketing tools — like AMP for Email — pop up all of the time. Marketers are... Read more »
  • VideoHow Long Should an Email Be?
    Nearly every business with an email marketing strategy wonders how to write the perfect email. They question the length of their emails. (Short or long?) They wonder how they can get more people to open their emails.  And there isn’t a simple answer to these questions — until now. With... Read more »
  • VideoHow to Make Your Email Marketing Campaigns More Accessible
    Not everyone reads emails in the same way. Some people may use dictation or magnification to consume your email, while others may only see grayscale or certain colors. It's important to make your emails accessible so anyone can read them, regardless of disability. Plus, an accessible email is also valuable... Read more »
  • VideoDigital Business Cards: An Eco-Friendly Way to Increase Leads
    The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way we do business. More than ever, people are working from home. Teams and clients meet remotely. It makes sense, then, that the days of the "traditional" business card are waning. In this new virtual world, paper business cards are less and less necessary.... Read more »
  • Start the New Year Strong with an Email List-building Quiz
    In the spirit of the New Year, why not try a fresh list-building tactic: creating your own quiz? Offering valuable or interesting resources, or lead magnets, in exchange for email addresses can be vital to your email marketing success. But when you look up lead magnet ideas, the same old... Read more »
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