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Things to read for the weekend

Personal Development & Entrepreneurship
  • Living in surplus – Seth Godin – The advantages of living in surplus, spending less than income, not comparing oneself to others, so that you don’t feel smaller than them.
  • The old media/new media chasm – Seth Godin – Why media makes the mistake of ignoring new inventions to dig its own grave.
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Things to read for the weekend

Marketing, Surveys
  • Sneaky surveys (and push polls) – Seth Godin – Are surveys useful? Points to remember when doing surveys.
  • Too big to care – Seth Godin – If your brands become too big- to show that you care, you need to staff to show that, not policies.
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Things to read for the weekend

Tech, Surveillance & Security
  • Don’t Let Encrypted Messaging Become a Hollow Promise – Deeplinks – Explains how the end to end encryption can be undermined by state actors.
  • The Beginner’s Guide to CSS – Quick Sprout – Neil Patel’s quick guide for CSS and links to detailed guides for it.
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Things to read for this weekend

Tech &SEO
  • Meet the World’s Biggest ‘Bulletproof’ Hoster – Krebs on Security – An attempt to identify a person who is responsible for hosting a bulletproof server for cybercriminals.
  • How to Rank Your Old, Outdated Content – KISSMetrics – Neil Patel’s guide on increasing CTRs of old content.
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Things to read for this weekend

SEO, Analytics
  • Link Building Fundamentals via @martinibuster – Search Engine Journal – Basics of Link Building, and contains a link to download the e-book at the end.
General Technology, Politics
  • Open parentheses – Seth Godin – Every new thing after some time becomes stale.
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Things to read for this weekend

Budgets and Finance
  • FUDGET – Nothing to do with Budget 2019 – Bala Blogs – An entertaining read about, what to look out for in a budget.
  • Investor characteristics – Subra Money – Some of the traits to look out for in investors.
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Things to read for the weekend

Personal Finance:

  • Where is the Sensex headed? – Subra Money – An immaterial question. The important thing, what will you do when it reaches a certain point. the market is made up of bull runs, interruptions, and bear runs.
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Things to read for the weekend

Internal Linking:

  • Internal linking for SEO – Yoast – Explains why internal links are needed in search authority. How to go about it. and various important tips about it.

Self Development:

  • Lessons from language learning – Cognicrafting – A set of lessons for a person who wants to learn a new language.
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Things to read for this weekend

General Knowledge:

  • What’s Actually Inside a Tide Pod? – Wired -Tells the various constituent of Tide Pods detergent, which is currently at a eye of storm owing to its abuse.

Personal Development:

  • The Art of Asking Good Questions – Safal Niveshak – Socratic questioning is systematic, disciplined, and deep, and usually focuses on fundamental concepts, principles, theories, issues, or problems.
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Things to read for this weekend

Security:

  • Snowden’s New App turns your Phone into a Home Security System – Wired – An app for those who are paranoid about security and physical privacy.
  • How the Government hides Secret Surveillance Programs – Wired – Details about parallel construction.
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Things to read for this weekend

Marketing:

  • The Gap between Pleasure and Happiness – Seth Godin – The gap between pleasure and happiness. Pleasure is short term thing and abused by marketers.
  • How to Increase Sales by mastering the Art of Storytelling – Quick Sprout – Story Telling as a force for developing sales.
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Things to read for this weekend

  • ​Constructive dissatisfaction – Seth Godin – learn to extract constructive dissatisfaction if it helps you to be better. Comparing for the sake of feeling sad is useless.
  • In search of competition – Seth Godin – If you don’t have competition, then find one.
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