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This Week’s Marketing Dish: Tiramisu

Laurie Nylund, a writer extraordinaire from Sandy, Utah, emailed this week’s suggestion. Here's what she had to say about tiramisu: This Italian dessert means "carry me up" or "to heaven," which is an apt description for how I react whenever I find a piece worthy of...

Back of the House: How I Keep This Bistro Humming

One of the things I do each month with my Digital Dining Room group is host a Secret Supper. If I were an actual chef (and not just a metaphorical one), those Secret Suppers would be intimate gatherings in my kitchen where I'd show my guests exactly how I make my...

Your Business is Like an Artichoke

Have you ever been seduced by a vegetable? I have. And her name is Artichoke. What is it about her that draws me in? She's beautiful, sensual and earthy all at once. She has hidden mysteries, layers of "meaty" stories, and a delicious interior that can only be...

The Fiery, Naked Approach (and How to Use it)

My friend and colleague, Danny Iny (of Firepole Marketing) recently published a marketing manifesto titled "Naked Marketing" -- and it's been getting quite the reception around the interwebz. So much so, that people are creating lists of valuable resources around the...

5 Ways to Make Your Marketing Stick

When I was still a youngster (in the days before the Internet was considered a valid way to get your message out), I spent my nights and weekends at the UC Davis Extension learning the "official" rules of "Product-Price-Place-Promotion." One of my first professors (I think his name was Mr. Aguilar) had a strange attachment to the term "pasta marketing." He must've used this term at least twice in every class. His point was that lots of people do their marketing like they cook their pasta: they throw it against the wall to see if it's done. If it sticks, they think it's good. And if doesn't, well...you go back to the drawing board.

An Appetizing Guest Post Pitch: The Perfect Ingredients

A Guest Post by Rohan Pawale of WebHostingDeals.org I’m an big fan of guest posts. I love how they allow me to reach out to new bloggers and build relationships with them. Anything and everything about guest blogging excites me, and considering the latest advice Tea...

How to Avoid Being Killed by Evil Chef Robots

Have you met this guy? He's a very sneaky sort of villain. He's what we call around here an Evil Chef Robot. And he's just one of several marketing-type enemies that could hurt your solo business. Let's take a look-see, shall we? How to Spot Them These buggers tend to...

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