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Avoiding Middle Management


Jason Kottke wrote a post earlier this week on solutions for avoiding middle management, and he made reference to Adaptive Pathís advocacy program. Some folks emailed me directly for more information, so I thought Iíd share a bit more about how the...
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How Do I Say that Word In Different Languages


Go to Google Suggest or Yahoo! Answers and you'll find tons of people asking queries like 'how to say [insert word here] in multiple languages.' People want to know how to say Sorry, Hello, Love, Grandma and even the color Green in different...
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Salesforce.com Silicon Valley City Tour


I had a chance to participate on a panel at the salesforce.com city tour in Santa Clara last week. I would say there were roughly 500 people in the audience, and it was fun for me to present as a salesforce customer. I was on the panel with Doug...
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Comparing observed behavior to project management


Coming back from a vacation is never easy. I have been trying to finish this post for the last week and time was just in short supply. Anyhow, I have finally caught up and gotten back to normal. In the last post I decided to embark on an experiment...
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Why Are You Messin' With My URLs?


We recently received a great question from a savvy AdWords user over on the message boards. We've been asked this question a few times, so we figured that now would be a great time to expand. Scott...
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Going After the Long Tail?


Charles Fitzgerald recently posted an article on the elusive long tail market. The article mentioned some interesting stats on Salesforce's top-heaviness - a small number of enterprise customers account for more than 40% of their user base. Which...
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