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It’s incredibly easy to get off track when a writer finds their ideas aren’t flowing, but often it’s the obstacles that have nothing to do with actually putting pen to paper, so to speak, that dam that creative energy. Ben Ellis has been there, done that and discovered some non-writing-related problems that are easily overcome so that writers can get down to business, and keep their head in the game. 1. Ensure Laptop is Charged It’s amazing the amount of times I’ve got a coffee, settled into a chair in a coffee shop, turned the laptop on only to be confronted with a solitary bar on the battery icon. Very annoying. If you’re going out, check the battery levels preferably a few hours ahead of time.
Like every startup out there mine is also after the holy grail of finding our viral loop — our interpretation of “invite a friend and get 1 GB free” of DropBox.
Getting stuff to go viral is sexy.
Forget second screen behaviour – a study from Google in the US shows audiences splintering across four connected screens to consume digital content, with context deciding which screen fits best. Smartphones, tablets, desktop computers and connected TVs are the four devices being used across different occasions, but their power to marketers lies in how they are used together, the study of 1611 Americans found. The device chosen by multi-screen-owning consumers depends on the context – the amount of time available for the task, the goal of the task, the consumer’s location and their attitude or state of mind.
The entire internet is about content whether it is a Tweet, Facebook post, a video or Blog Article content is KING!