Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Around the Word

Here are a few of the writerly insights that caught our eyes over the last few days (while we were not preparing for our second anniversary party Monday night):
  • Copyblogger's Nathan Hangen shares his choice marketing mavens and how to transform yourself into a profiteering master
  • Chris Brogan finds some valuable business lessons in Donald Miller's A Million Miles in a Thousand Years, a book about getting off the couch and living your life like a story.  And with the option to follow the real-life characters on Twitter, the tale doesn't have to end
  • TopRank Online Marketing's Lee Odden enlightens us on the social engagement capabilities of content management tools, and parses out the value-add of different systems
  • Need help organizing your thoughts? Who doesn't.  Men with Pens presents twenty choice apps -- and no, Microsoft Word isn't one of them -- from which to choose your next virtual notebook

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