Introverts Are Great In Sales And Marketing

Despite of my tendency to get involved with public speaking at conferences and universities and being a band member, I tend to define myself as an introvert. I don't enjoy large crowds and clubs full of people, and I have a small circle of people that I stay in touch with on a daily basis. Plus, different tests and studies define me as mainly introvert (since there's no definitive black or white for anything). Introverts are often having a hard time selling their services. Extroverts are being more vocal, and also able to connect to prospects at conferences, call random leads… Continue Reading

Regular Blogging and Misconceptions

After a short discussion on Twitter related to my Daily Blogging is disappointing post, Chris Lema said that I was wrong: @mattmedeiros @sarahpressler @no_fear_inc Yes he is. But he's also wrong. :) I'd explain, but I'll do it tomorrow. In a new daily post. :) — Chris Lema (@chrislema) January 13, 2014 and then he followed up with another post - Five reasons I recommend daily blogging (even if you disagree), with another subtitle labeled "This is a post about regular writing". Now, since I respect Chris Lema a lot and being able to chat with him helped me and my business,… Continue Reading

WordPress Product Marketing – the Right Way

I browse and read a lot (articles, code) on a daily basis, I tend to forget quickly due to the tons of data that passes through my head (I normally have about 5 windows with 20 Chrome tabs open each). I read a great post by Brian Krogsgard on marketing WordPress products on Wed and I finally had the time to write a quick review. It's a great resource. It's definitely a post to be read by everyone who is building (or has already built) a product or a service that needs attention from users. And by definition this should be every… Continue Reading