I didn't know Korea was called the "calm morning country" but it seems it's true.
So profecy experts out there, what's your take on this?
Everyone has a reputation. When you "put yourself out there" like we IMers do, you open the floodgates to personal assessment by your peers, prospects, customers, competitors, followers, and even influencers in your marketplace(s). Didn't you have a reputation for _____________ when you were in public schools? Didn't you have a reputation among your circle of friends for being ____________ ? You probably have a reputation in your family, deserved or not, that is brought up and rehearsed at every family reunion. You may still have a reputation if you hold down a job in the workforce. You co-workers might say you're the office joker, the company slacker, or the brown noser, or maybe you're the guy with B.O. What does this have to do with IM? I'm glad you asked.
Hey guys I'm thinking about the best way to sort out an indexation issue for a client and was hoping for some clarity. None of the news pages or testimonial pages are indexed. Its structurally a mess using a flat URL structure with a lot of blank pages.
I read a post today on the WF declaring that article marketing was dead. If youíve been on this forum for a while youíve seen this declaration multiple times before. The Warrior said it used to work years ago, but there is no sense in using this outdated bygone strategy today. Let me ask you Ė do people still read articles online? Of course they do and these articles are the lifeblood of some of the most popular web sites on the planet. All publish articles that have outgoing links to further information or the authorís web site. Here are some examples:
Interested in what you all think here.... Let's say you don't really care one way or the other about who wins and who loses the US 2016 Election.
This weekend, I had the privilege to meet with Warrior Forum CEO, Moss Pauly (@moss) and CMO Marcus Wong (@WFMarcus) at the Warrior Live Event in Raleigh, North Carolina.