What will Monday’s Tactic section be about? You decide, folks. Vote below for content you want to learn about…
*|SURVEY:Say Goodbye to Imposter Syndrome and Skyrocket Your Business Success|*
*|SURVEY:7 Actionable SEO Tips for 2020|*
Cause We're Happy...
- Man Finds $43K Inside Used Couch and Returns it All to Woman Whose Grandfather Hid it in Secret
- Africa’s richest man, Aliko Dangote, commissions a greenhouse nursery in Nigeria to supply farmers with the best quality tomato seedlings, making Nigeria self-sufficient in tomato production
- Good boy alerts rescuers to suspected dognapping
- Disaster Breeds Invention: Philippine Residents Use Volcanic Ash to Repair Damaged Buildings
Top Posts of the Week
Join the Conversation
- New member, Harry, shared his method on cold emailing, “This is a template I used whilst working with a co-working company. • We targeted 100 London freelancers. • The response rate was 70%. • We got 7 conversions. The most important thing was the feedback we got about their service. This works best for any early-stage startup trying to validate an idea…”
- Kristi is on the search for some advice, “Any tried & true event planning templates that you can recommend? I’m about to plan my first fundraiser….” Got any suggestions for her?
- Morissa wants to know, “Does anyone work for a seasonal business? What do you post on social media in the off-season? I’m struggling for off-season content that is relevant and not cheesy (e.g. it’s only 180 days until summer).” What do you do?
- Jenna is asking for your help, “We have a blog in a niche category (anti-doping conferences) that is NOT showing up in Search for those terms. Our last two years show up first/second, but the 2020 version is not even on the second page.”
Classic Gin Gimlet
- 2 ounces gin
- 3/4 ounce fresh lime juice
- 3/4 ounce simple syrup
- Cucumber wheel or lime wedge, for garnish
How to Make It
- Fill a cocktail shaker with ice and pour in the gin, lime juice, and simple syrup. Stir vigorously with a long cocktail spoon until very cold.
- Strain into a chilled coupe or martini glass, or strain over a rocks glass filled with ice, depending on preference. Garnish with the cucumber wheel and serve immediately.
Get the recipe, Geoffrey Zakarian, from Food Network.
Ads from the PastAds from the Past
1980s, Chef Boy-Ar-Dee
“Success is not final; failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.”