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Updated by Andy R. Newbom on Apr 25, 2014
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30 posts in 30 days Challenge- collaborate the content

I have decided to take on a challenge. (I love challenges.) I'm going to write 30 blog posts on my blog in the next 30 days.

So read through the list of blog post topic ideas and make comments on them, up-vote or down-vote your favorites and even add your own if you have a crazy good idea you think I should write about. Let's make this challenge a more crowd-sourced collaborative experience.

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The dreaded passive voice. I hate it and it seems to hate me back

The dreaded passive voice. I hate it and it seems to hate me back

tricks and tips to kill it
might work with @atomic_reach on this since their tool is good at finding it

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Blog post- is growth hacking just marketing?

Blog post- is growth hacking just marketing?

or is it all new and all sexy cool?

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blog post- why don’t restaurants and bars act like their customers have smartphones?

blog post- why don’t restaurants and bars act like their customers have smartphones?

it baffles my mind that so few food places take advantage of their customers having smartphones

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blog post- ibeacons will change the world, and then it will be just the same

blog post- ibeacons will change the world, and then it will be just the same
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blog post- is there value in being in an office in todays world? use examples of sqwiggle, skype, hangouts and collab...

blog post- is there value in being in an office in todays world? use examples of sqwiggle, skype, hangouts and collab...

and why

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blog post - my 3 favorite social media tools

blog post - my 3 favorite social media tools

and why

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blog post - Why twitterchats rock

blog post - Why twitterchats rock

highlight my favorite ones and show the value.

might work with the brilliant Brian Fanzo on this @iSocial_Fanz

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Explaining Why Craft Beer to Casual Beer Drinkers

Explaining Why Craft Beer to Casual Beer Drinkers

To some folks, beer is just a liquid you consume in order to get tipsy. But those of us who are fans of craft brews know they can (and should!) transcend that. Help us craft beer lovers explain to our mass-produced drinking friends why they should fork over an extra couple of dollars for a micro brew.

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Don't growth hack me bro!

Don't growth hack me bro!

growth hacking rocks and is a tremendous mindset and approach. But it can so easily devolve to basically spam and the worst part of hacking.
Just because you CAN hack something to spam someone and trick them into taking some action does not mean that you have found the mythical product-market fit
or does it?

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Blog post- 30 posts in 30 days challenge

Blog post- 30 posts in 30 days challenge

Im going to do a 30 posts in 30 days challenge - help me by reminding me and pushing and encouraging me

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Blog post- Product-market-fit : fallacy or panacea?

Blog post- Product-market-fit : fallacy or panacea?

does the obsession over finding product-market fit lead to better products/services or just better returns on investment?

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blog post- Mobile means you are somewhere

blog post- Mobile means you are somewhere

mobile won the war. but its about behavior not technology

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blog post- I almost never have good ideas in the shower. They always come in dreams and wake me up

blog post- I almost never have good ideas in the shower. They always come in dreams and wake me up

Am I a weirdo or just weird?

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Unhand that Content Marketing and Stop Turning it into Product Marketing!

Unhand that Content Marketing and Stop Turning it into Product Marketing!

Content marketing needs to put the needs of its audience front and center, yet many marketers are really producing content that's thinly veiled product marketing. Can you share the differences and how to tell when a piece has crossed the line?

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Should Marketing be held to a higher standard than engineering?

Should Marketing be held to a higher standard than engineering?

I have worked in and with quite a few tech companies. In my experience MOST of the time marketing product (blog posts, tweets, decks, PR, articles, landing pages etc) were held to a MUCH higher standard of perfection and critique than engineering product (software code, html/CSS, javascript, UI etc)

Typically when a marketing person has a typo or punctuation mistake in something people lose their mind and freak out and blame that person.

Typically when there is the equivalent mistake in code like a bug, broken links or feature, it is passed over because "code is magic"

So is marketing 100% subjective or partially objective?

What about coding?

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What venture would you start if capital were no issue? For instance, if you won the lottery.

What venture would you start if capital were no issue? For instance, if you won the lottery.

if money were BOTH:
No object (roadblock)
AND
Not the objective

what business would I start today?