7 Marketing Mistakes That Nearly Broke Me… Literally

7 Marketing Mistakes That Nearly Broke Me… Literally

When you look at me, what do you see? Someone who is a marketer… maybe even an entrepreneur. As you may already know, I’ve co-founded a handful of companies. I’ve received a handful of awards from people like President Obama and the United Nations. And I am a New York Times bestselling author. The list keeps going on and on. In other words, most people see me as successful. But what if I told you that behind that success is…

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Fall Academic Seminar: “Barbarians at the Gate?”

Fall Academic Seminar: “Barbarians at the Gate?”

At a fall academic seminar, Turner shared the most current issues discussed during the recent Swedish election, meanwhile providing background on the political system. He explained the political spectrum in Sweden, listing what parties lie on the left, right, and in the center, and detailed each parties’ principles and goals. One of the more surprising outcomes of the most recent election in Sweden was the rise of the Swedish Democrats – a conservative and right-wing populist party. Turner identified the…

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How to Drive Traffic to a Brand-New Site with Little to No Money

How to Drive Traffic to a Brand-New Site with Little to No Money

I know what you are going through. You were excited to launch your brand-new site until you realized no one is coming to it. So, you head to all of the marketing blogs to learn how to fix this, but for the life of you, your traffic won’t go up no matter which tactic you leverage. What you’re feeling right now is very common. Not only have I experienced it, but when I was starting out, I even took the…

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My Secret Playbook: 28 Hacks Guaranteed to Grow Your Traffic and Sales

My Secret Playbook: 28 Hacks Guaranteed to Grow Your Traffic and Sales

Are you tired of algorithm updates? Well, who isn’t? From Facebook to Google, marketing is continually changing and getting harder. Even if you are willing to give these platforms money, it still doesn’t guarantee success. You can experiment, run tests, but digital marketing isn’t as easy as it used to be. Years ago, when I started as an online entrepreneur, companies used to raise money to hire engineers and build infrastructure. But nowadays, technology has become easy to build and…

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How to Dominate Google in 2019

How to Dominate Google in 2019

You’ve already experienced it… SEO is becoming harder and harder. As time goes on, it takes longer to rank and you have to spend more money to get the results you want. But the reality is, you can’t wait forever to get results. And you have no choice but to leverage SEO as a tactic because everyone else is doing it. So, what should you do? Well, the first thing you need to do is adjust how you think about…

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Why Being the Loudest Makes You the Weakest

Why Being the Loudest Makes You the Weakest

What’s one thing that you are constantly seeing on the web? Especially if you are on Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube? Come on, take a guess… No, I am not talking about people taking half-naked selfies of themselves or posting their lunches. I’m talking about people showing off. From taking pictures of their cars or money and even their homes to standing in front of private jets and yachts. You know… one of those images like the one above. And if…

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If I Had to Start a Blog From Scratch, I Would…

If I Had to Start a Blog From Scratch, I Would…

You’ve seen me and thousands of other marketers talk about how to make a blog popular. But if you don’t set up your blog correctly, you won’t do well no matter what kind of marketing you do. And no, I am not talking about the technical setup of your blog. I am talking about the foundation. From what you are blogging about, to how you structure your content… there are a lot of basics people get wrong. And if you…

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DIS Academic Seminar Night Focuses on Happiness

DIS Academic Seminar Night Focuses on Happiness

Professor Angner spoke about the science and philosophy of happiness, from the intersection between economics, philosophy, and psychology. Additionally, he talked about what it means to be happy and how we can study happiness – topics that are especially exciting for students in the Neuroscience, Psychology, and Public Health Programs. Erik has written articles about happiness and well-being in a number of academic publications such as the European Journal for Philosophy of Science, Journal of Happiness Studies, Journal of Economic…

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DIS Faculty Releases Book on Ancient Macedonia

DIS Faculty Releases Book on Ancient Macedonia

DIS faculty member Thyge C. Bro and co-author Nanna Westergaard-Nielsen recently released their book Makedonien – Europas første stormagt (Macedonia – The First Great Power of Europe). The book takes readers to Macedonia during the time of Philip II and Alexander the Great. It shows how Macedonia was a place of cultural and political importance in the 4th century BC, and highlights how Hellenism influenced European development and identity. Thyge and Nanna held a release event at DIS where they…

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The 7 Biggest SEO Lessons I Learned from a Google Employee

The 7 Biggest SEO Lessons I Learned from a Google Employee

In the past, I broke down the most vital SEO strategy I learned, which came from a Google employee. This time I thought I would do something similar and share the 7 biggest SEO lessons that I learned from a Google employee. Some of these things you may already know, but most you probably aren’t too familiar with. And of course, I am not telling you anything that would jeopardize my relationship or the career of the Google employee. So…

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