Weekly Digest for 10 July 02012

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Thought for the Week
This week I am going to be doing a lot of thinking about business development, particularly in the arena of selling some subscriptions to the new local small business collaborative marketing service that I am launching for Wolfeboro, NH.
I am also going to be doing some heavy thinking about turning services into products, and perhaps creating a tool that helps people do just that. Is this something that you would be interested in helping develop? Hit “REPLY” and let me know. We can even work together on turning one of your services into a product as we develop the application.
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Out on the Public Web
Discover more about your audience with Social Media
Look at how your followers describe themselves
Find out when your audience is most socially active
Who else is your audience tuned in to?
What kind of content do they really want?
It is well worth reading the entire article and using the tools they link to. Especially Follower Wonk for Twitter. Fascinating.
Phil Bowermaster links to and comments on the state of higher education
Katie Floyd on how she uses Evernote
I use Evernote to write these digests and store all sorts of information
There is a must-read on New Kind of Book about the future of e-books


Guest Postings
No guest posts this week, but I did write a fairly personal essay about change, perspective and overcoming obstacles in your thinking at my personal journal. I’d love for you to check it out and leave a comment
Weekly Letter Excerpt
As a reminder, the Weekly Letters now post on Wednesdays, you can subscribe here


Once again, thank you for your attention. I look forward to discussing these topics with you. If you have any suggestions for future “Thoughts of the Week”, please reply and share them.
Have a great week!

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