My Weekend Reading List – 2/22/2013

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Hey guys,

Short weeks are hectic, right? I know this has been an incredibly busy week here at the office and we’re all ready to kick back and catch up on some reading.

Here are a few of the stories I’ve got queued up to read on my iPad this weekend.

How Acquiring a Website Can Be a Faster Path to Profit – Building a business from the ground up takes time, even online. It’s way easier to buy growth that to build it. That’s why those Mergers & Acquisitions folks are so busy buying up small businesses.

5 Landing Page Headline Formulas You Can Test Today – Personally, I like to use proven headline formulas whenver possible. When it comes to marketing copy, creativity is overrated… and of course it’s untested.

How to Find The Perfect Product to Sell – This is a very important concept right now: We just launched a new product called Fresh Key, designed to help users determine exactly which ecommerce products users are searching for.

30 Terrible Pieces of Social Media Advice You Should Ignore – With so many wannabe experts out there giving social media advice, how do you sort through all of bad advice. You’ve got to find folks who actually earn their money on social media.

Bypass Traditional Publishing Models to Find Your True Audience – We really are entering “choose yourself” era when it comes to publishing. Nicolas Gremion has proven that with Paradise Publishers.

Got something to add? I’d love to hear your thoughts about traffic conversion… Go leave me a comment!

Talk soon,

Ryan Deiss

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