The Tunnels of Information

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I went on a tour of the NY Times last week. During our walk through, our guide mentioned that annually he unsubscribes to everything he’s subscribed to and starts fresh. I thought this was a truly interesting concept. It’s a great way to empty your brain, dust off the cob webs and start new. Typically, we tend to get stuck in our routines. We gather information from the same sources which can act as a creative roadblock. This is something that happens in the business world as well. Maybe we’ve been advertising the same way for years or trying to establish our business through the same avenues. Perhaps we can flush out our business routine and try something we’ve never tried before. Social media is a great way to get your product out there. The web is always changing and people flock to new sites regularly. I found a great site DAILYTEKK that has a post on the top 100 websites and blogs of 2014. The idea is that of a billboard top 100. The site creator never puts a website on the list twice. Sites like DAILYTEKK show you what’s new in the web world. Trying new methods can help you extend your clientele. If you search through the tunnels of information on the web you’ll discover fresh and creative ways to promote your business.

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