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50% off Authentic Jobs posts till Jan 15th '08

December 31, 2007 in WorkHappy.net Advertiser

Looking back at 2007 I'd like to thank our primary sponsor and partner Authentic Jobs. I've used them a half-dozen times myself to find qualified candidates and they've always found me a great match.

If you're looking for some top talent to start off the new year, you can post your job between now and January 15th for 50% off the normal listing price by using the promo code HAPPY08 (and of course they still, and always have a money back guarantee).

And with that, here's wishing you a Happy New Year - thanks for reading and loving me in spite of my spotty posting (this being an entrepreneur stuff takes a lot of darn time). 

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Happy Links - best of Seth Godin edition

December 4, 2007 in Happy Links
  • Sethportrait The Scarcity Shortage
    Thought provoking piece pointing out that we're running out of scarcity, which traditionally has been the cornerstone of our economy. He offers some ideas on what to do about it... and what not to do about it "the worst strategy is whining--about copyright laws and fair trade and how hard you've worked to get to where you are. Whining is rarely a successful response to anything. Instead, start by acknowledging that most of the profit from your business is going to disappear soon."
  • How to make a PowerPoint chart
    As a master presenter himself, Seth took on Power Point years go with Really Bad Powerpoint and now offers this updated installment. "Sooner or later, you're going to be tempted to use actual data in a presentation. Powerpoint makes it easy, and it also tempts you to do it completely wrong. Here are some ideas to help."
  • How to create a great website
    Yes, surprisingly, most of us still don't get it.  And it's still a good reminder for the rest of you.
    "1. Fire the committee. No great website in history has been conceived of by more than three people. Not one. This is a dealbreaker." Ten principles in all.
  • The caricature of your brand
    No really, it can be a good thing. Killer marketing advice.
  • The opposite
    Do you know who your opposite is?

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