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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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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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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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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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  • ​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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Management:

  • Organizing the other side – Seth Godin – customers getting organised can create rules from dividing effects of corporates.
  • Impossible, unlikely or difficult – Seth Godin – success lies in doing the unlikeliest. And doing that is difficult.
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Marketing:

  • Power and Marketing – Seth Godin – Marketing about power and with power. Power dynamics of marketing messages and how to choose between them. Marketing is about human nature and promises and who we see when we look in the mirror.
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Self Development:

  • On being Discovered – Seth Godin – Article helps you in throwing out the fallacy of being discovered and sets you on the path of being sought after.
  • “But we needed the eggs” – Seth Godin – Article tells about various types of addictions we have, and tells about addictions which are productive.
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Personal Finance:

  • Investors and worrying – Subramoney – Article tells about “worrying” that is inherent in short term market punters. Glad that markets obliged these worrying folks and decided to go down. 😉

Management, Marketing:

  • Greed isn’t good – A VC – Fed Wilson’s take on managing greed, the thing that manifested recently in breaking up of bitcoin.
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Happiness:

  • Pursuit of Happiness – Subramoney – Some tips to help you prioritize your life. I deal read for those who are always on a run.

Marketing:

  • What is the difference between Segmentation and Personalization? Read more: What is the difference between Segmentation and Personalization?
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Things to read for this weekend

Personal Finance:

  • Why I Don’t Talk About My Stocks Publicly, And Why You Shouldn’t Either – Safal Niveshak – Tells about how the fallacy of taking a public stand leads to ruin for investor. The public stand doesn’t allow one to change his mind when the facts of investments change (which can happen in weeks/days time too!!!!).
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