The HelpScout blog is one of my favorites...just one great article after the next. Here, Gregory Ciotti takes a look at 25 things they've learned over the past couple of years of consistently producing content on their blog.
My favorite tip from the list? Don’t forget your wheat bread. Amidst a web that is obsessed with churning out “53 Experts Talk About Something,” wheat bread content, or education that solves a tough, boring problem for customers, is often the content that converts best.
User feedback is critical. User feedback from all of your users on a single topic? Not so much. The key to actionable feedback is targeting the right users at the right time.
Mathias' article from made me rethink how we do vacations here at Baremetrics. I'd always said we had a "loose" policy, but the idea of having a "minimum" is just so much better. It completely changes the tone and culture around taking time off.
If design isn't your thing but you've somehow found yourself doing a lot of it on your product, this article is a really great way to pick up a few tips to help add some polish.
Most days now I wake up before my alarm goes off & I immediately hop out of bed, excited to get the day started. But that wasn’t always the case, especially when things weren’t going so well. It’s easy to be excited when the skies are blue, but what about when they’re gray? How do you stay motivated then? Is there even such thing as “motivation”?
We use (and love with a deep burning passion) Slack. We're one of literally hundreds of thousands of businesses that now use it for team communication. But how on earth did they get so many businesses on board in just a couple of short years? Slack's Founder, Stewart Butterfield, gives you the inside scoop.
Master of all things traffic growth, Neil Patel gives lots of actionable tips for keeping the firehose of traffic growth pouring out.