How to Interview Someone for a Job in 7 Steps ( Free Checklist)

Another benefit of effective documentation is that it offers the opportunity to reflect on a previous event. By reviewing and considering this information, one can oftentimes discover errors and flaws in technique and improve his approach. Without such specific means for learning, the same mistakes tend to become routinized until the point is reached where they become, unintentionally, an integral part of the interviewer’s technique. Strategies of Effective Interviewing The executive engaged in the normal conduct of business devotes much of his time to interviewing. However, there is an appalling lack of effort given to systematic attempts at building improvements Read More

How To Write A Good Non-English Post That Will Give You Traffic

A non-English post is an effective form of local marketing for countries that prefer to use their native language for marketing materials. For example, most Asian and Middle-Eastern countries prefer to communicate in their local language rather than English. It is more effective because the majority of the population hasn’t mastered the English language yet. However, your topic is just as important as the translation of your content. For example, if you are writing about something general, someone else has already provided that content in the country that you are targeting. In this case, your topic has to be something Read More

My Checkered Past: False Simplicity

A few days ago I came across this essay about the relatively new concept of false simplicity in design–specifically web design, of course. Though you may not have heard of the term, you’ve probably encountered the problem. If you’ve ever gone to a website with navigation buttons that are so subtle you either a.) have no idea what they do or b.) don’t even see them, you’ve been a victim of false simplicity. As I was reading the above article at inspiredology, I realized that I was perhaps a little TOO familiar with the idea… And then I remembered some Read More

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