Eventually you will have to share your ideas to get them created or distributed. So being a little afraid of someone stealing your ideas is totally natural. Luckily there are other ways to protect your ideas and start spreading the word before you can afford an actual patent. Which route did you take to secure your invention?
So yesterday we discussed to best headlines that will actually draw in readers and get them to subscribe but what do you do then? Based off of this scientific guide in our most recent blog, next you need to make sure you are sending out emails and posts are the perfect times.
When a consumer signs up or subscribes to a page, blog or service, research is now showing that they prefer contact through a direct channel like email. It makes it easy to reference and also turns it into something they can access solely on their own schedule with no pressure to be available for or miss a phone call or webinar. Smart phone users are definitely adding to these new statistics. Do you agree with the information provided in our most recent blog? Why or why not?
With Facebook recently acquiring messaging service WhatsApp for a record $19 Billion, many people are clamoring to become a crucial member of the next tech startup to make waves. If you are a tech wiz, if you have the business sense of a Gates, Jobs of Dell, or if you consider yourself gifted in the ways of both technology and business, you’re in luck. Jump on over to our blog and read about some very realistic avenues you can pursue to get involved in technology start-ups just like you’ve always dreamed of doing.
A lot of people ask how to write the best, attention grabbing headlines. The truth is the best titles and ways to execute them will vary for every niche. So testing them yourself is always the best bet. Right now the 7 strongest words to use when creating titles or choosing words to include in your blog are: Smart, Surprising, Science, History, Hacks, Hacking, Hackers, Huge, Big and Critical. So try some of these words when you are testing and see how they preform. How do you conduct your research to go about selecting titles or words to use in them?