5 Top Weekly Blogposts from Introvert Inspirer

With so many interesting blogs this week, of course there would be some related to the more introverted.

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In defiance of the label for labels sake, there are of course other topics of interest beyond our type style for me.

Blogging,

Social media.

What’s going on in our world. And of course more.

Maybe you have interest in some of these topics as well.

We are all multi-dimensional and so if we follow blogs, my guess is our reading interest isn’t all on one side of the scale of personality type with so much to choose from. Here are my favorites.

5 Top Weekly Blogposts from Introvert Inspirer

Introvert? Neurotic? The Most Common Personality Type In Your State Is…

Forget “you are what you eat”; According to a new survey,you are where you live. Truity, a personality and career assessment site, polled 12,000 individuals from all 50 states plus D.C. to see how respondents’ home states corresponded with key aspects of personality such as engaging with the world, getting along with others, and responding to stress.

The most introverted state was … read about it now!

How Blogging For Your Small Business Drives Traffic To Your Website

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What entrepreneur doesn’t scratch their head in bewilderment trying to figure out how to drive more traffic to their website! When properly satisfied, we know the volume of website traffic influences lead generation and, if done right, the number of new clients. And, aren’t new clients what you’re ultimately after in your business?

After 18 years in business, I’ve seen it all—and done it all. Our lead generation tactics have ranged from delivering presentations, participating in networking organizations, and serving on a Board of Directors. You name it; we’ve likely done it. After all, isn’t that what entrepreneurs do to grow their business? Of course!

Nothing—and I do mean NOTHING—has been more successful than blogging for our business to achieve our goals.

Read more now. 

14 Ways to Increase Your Clickthrough Rate on Twitter

Tweeting is easy. You can type up anything in three seconds and press “tweet.” But sending a clickable tweet — that, my friend, is a science.

Thankfully, making your tweets clickable doesn’t “just happen” based on the whim of the Twitter gods. It happens when you intentionally apply a certain set of principles.

In this post, we’ll talk about how to put the science of Twitter to work for you so more people click on your tweets. Read about how to get more Tweet clicks.

How companies like Amazon are harnessing the quiet power of introverts at work

Let’s start with a short personality test. For the following adjectives, indicate the extent to which each describes you, with a five indicating “very much so” and a one indicating “not at all:” assertive, talkative, bold, not reserved and energetic. Now sum up your scores. What’s the total?

If you scored under 10 points, you’re likely to have an introverted personality rather than an extroverted one. If that is the case, you’re not alone. Studies find that introverts make up one-third to one-half of the population. Yet most workplaces are set up exclusively with extroverts in mind, which becomes clear when you look at traits associated with the two personality types. Read about it now. 

How Millennials today compare with their grandparents 50 years ago

 

Our new interactive graphic (above) compares the generations today and in the years that each generation was young (ages 18 to 33) to demonstrate this sea change in the activities and experiences of young adults that has occurred over the past 50 years.

Our analysis finds several key distinctive ways that Millennials stand out when compared with the Silent generation, a group of Americans old enough to be grandparents to many Millennials. Read about it now.

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  1. Jeannette Paladino
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    Patricia — Interesting articles. I was glad to see blogging reaffirmed. The pundits keep wanting to close the lid on blogging. But we bloggers are alive and kicking. I don’t think there is any vehicle more important to establishing your brand and reputation – particularly for entrepreneurs and small companies. Don’t have a favorite blog topic except the posts I’m inspired to write because the topic touched me emotionally.

  2. Kire Sdyor
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    Hmmm, Massachusetts is open minded. Think I’m too close minded to believe that.
    Kire Sdyor recently posted…Fashion NightmareMy Profile

  3. Hi Pat, great articles. Really interesting stuff. Not surprised at all to see California as one of most open minded states. My favorite blog topics usually center around food or blogging.
    Susan Cooper recently posted…Oven Sweet Potato Fries: #RecipeMy Profile

  4. Blogging is still a hot and always present topic. And we know food will always be – what a great topic to incorporate pictures in – when the dish prepared looks fabulous!
    Patricia Weber recently posted…How To Reduce Your Health Risk with Sitting DiseaseMy Profile

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