How much good advice is simply too much good advice?
— Louise Myers (@Louise_Myers) September 11, 2013
On its own, one post is benign. Taken as a stack though, Tweets dipped in advice begin to degrade the experience of Twitter.
Here, allow me to stack a few for you:
Your website is the greatest educational tool. http://t.co/U2J4tEgsHf Use content marketing to shorten your sales cycle.
— IMPACT Branding (@Impactbnd) September 10, 2013
— HubSpot (@HubSpot) September 11, 2013
Why Ad Agency Principals Should Consider Writing a Book http://t.co/f1HoamFRKL
— Michael Gass (@michaelgass) September 11, 2013
How about now? Have you had enough “how to” advice for one day?
Okay, I hear you. But here’s one more piece of good advice.
I think the best advice I can give on accomplishing your goals is to stop reading 30 blog posts per day on how to accomplish your goals.
— rich phelps (@rphelps) September 11, 2013
What advice do you have to offer the advice givers?
I offer advice myself, so I’m not removed from the problem at all. I’m right in the middle of it, and that’s my problem.