Welcome once again to my posts of the week. This week seven have made the cut, which is a little disappointing. We seem to be going through a fallow period on the blogs I read – maybe you know some good ones I should be reading? If so please let me know in comments and I’ll add them to my RSS feed.
Here we go with my favorite posts this week:
By Yaro Starak on entrepreneursjourney
Long piece from Yaro, written as well as ever, which does what it says in the title.
By David Risley on davidrisley
Typicalle direct post from David, suggesting that the newly unemployed might like to consider the benefits of starting a blog while drawing their unemployment benefits.
By Gary Vaynerchuk on garyvaynerchuk
This guy is so passionate he can make you squirm! A really important message for marketers everywhere.
By Penelope Trunk on penelopetrunk
I found this blog via Twitter, and it’s brilliant! Kind of Sex in the City with brains!
By Eliot on flopidle
The title alone warrants a place on POW, but the content is useful too. The Amazon Kindle is going to be huge in 2009 and Eliot talks about future trends and includes a link to a useful piece about publishing for Kindle.
By admin on divephotoguide
Not a scintillating post, but it broke some fantastic news of an incredible new product.
By Chris Brogan on chrisbrogan
Chris just seems to pump up post after post of stimulating, useful and interesting writing. We’ve had a load of posts in the last few weeks about branding, but Brogan’s is the clearest and best for me.
That’s it for this week, but while you’re here, please have a look at a couple of my posts from this week, they’re just below!
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