Tuesday, October 13, 2009

random useful information & bright ideas

A roundup of some of the things I've been reading in the last few days.

Top five resources for folks making the transition from print to online, from Phillip Smith (via @kattancock)

What would your copy wear? Tips on giving your cover letter the proper tone. (Hint: consider who your audience is.) From The Urban Muse.

• Wise words: "The only way to make a magazine better for the advertiser is to make it better for the reader." A sign on the wall at Western Horseman magazine. Through MrMagazine.com.

How to persuade people (including your boss). From Smashing Magazine.

• Sometimes setting boundaries is the best way to come up with good/fresh ideas. Seth Godin on traction and friction.

How to blog almost every day, from Chris Brogan.

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