This is about making all of those hours we spend on the Internet – learning, laughing, connecting, and creating – more meaningful. It’s about a greater understanding of ourselves and how we fit in the world around us. It’s about the natural and inescapable truth that without feedback, we cannot grow.
Most importantly, it’s about the pursuit of becoming better human beings. May we ever be in a state of progress.
If you want to be relevant and be discovered on the web today, you have to create content. The engaginger the betterer.
We believe in the law of reciprocity. I’ll scratch your back if you scratch mine. Every interaction must deliver on the promise of value first before ever seeking to extract it.
Remarkable = worth remarking on. Being remarkable is hard (and we like it that way). Those who consistently get it right never need to look very hard for traffic or customers.
One Bob Dylan recording is better than one thousand karaoke tracks. The heart is the essence and substance that makes something real. Don't settle for imitation.
There are people behind those eyeballs. People with dreams, desires, stresses and strains. People looking to improve themselves or find the right product. What will you help them discover? How will you make their life easier?
Ads suck. Pop-ups suck. Appealing to base instincts is no way to build an audience. Camouflaging ads as content is pure deception. Don’t resort to clickbait. Build a brand. Build rapport. Be remarkable.
Life’s too short to spend time doing things without making them stick. People learn by practicing and demonstrating. Don’t spend days or hours writing an article without spending a few minutes making a poll to gather opinions or a quiz to cement concepts.
Feedback is a natural, inescapable part of the human experience. We’re seeking it constantly throughout the day as we are consciously or unconsciously ask ourselves how we fit in the world around us. We need it to know where to grow, how far we’ve come, how far we have left to go, and how to get there.
There is quite possibly nothing more powerful than a good question. It dispels apathy and demands the mind look inward for an answer. Is the world really flat? Could a carriage operate without horses? Is now a good time to go in for a kiss? Questions like these will forever change the world.
Who am I? This is the most primal and important question. We are all seeking an answer to this question and our quest swallows an entire lifetime. Every day we refine and come closer to the understanding of who we are and how we fit in.
And how do we sum it all up? With a hearty call for revolution. A revolution in the way the world tells stories, shares ideas, and makes connections. An understanding that the real purpose of life is to make meaning.