For at least some of the Savvy Sisters, it feels like spring is in full bloom. I don't know about you, but the burst of warm weather inspires productivuty and creativity. It makes me want to get out there and get organized! The blogosphere has been bustling, too, with lots of creative posts. Are there any favorites we missed? Let us know in the comments!
6 Things Your Home Page Must Do (to Keep from Sucking) – via @Buxofficial
Ben Snyder presents great examples of what to do – and what not to do – when designing your home page.
Workflow that Works – via @braintraffic
If you struggle to implement all of the great ideas you have, read this post from Christine Benson.
15 Presentation and Public Speaking Tips that Rock – via @juntajoe
I love this easy-to-implement and practical presentation tips from Joe Pulizzi.
Looking to find your creative groove? This article from Scientific American reveals that it may not be at the time of day you consider to be your most productive.
Content Dilution (And How to Avoid It) – by @hanelly via @jasonfalls
I really like the seven question Andrew Hanelly poses that every marketer should ask before hitting “publish.”
Why Perfection in Business Doesn’t Exist (and What You Should be Focusing on Instead) – by @BrianZimm1 via @OpenViewVenture
Give yourself a break – you aren’t, and shouldn’t expect to be perfect.
3 proven ways to shorten your average sales cycle by @bobapollo
Sage advice on how to sell smarter in the B2B environment.
6 Steps to Creating Your Content Marketing Style Guide by @kevinrcain of @OpenViewVenture
A step-by-step plan every company should put into action.
Excellent resource post about how to make the most of the new timeline page layout.
Sometimes the simple things can make all the difference. Don't make this mistake. Easy to fix and can make a big difference.
Savvy friend Jon Buscall has just released a robust book on the art and science of podcasting. Much more to come on the Savvy blog soon, but - for now - check out the difference podcasting has made to his and his clients' business'.