Why should your small business worry about being infamous instead of famous? Simple - to drop the 'small' from 'small business'.

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Written by tiroberts
810 days ago

Look at you, Kevin. Still churning out the good stuff and your traffic has picked up quite a bit too. :)

I totally agree with you. I strive for my blog and brand to be infamous rather than famous. For one, the word infamous just sounds better, lol and for two focusing on creating an infamous brand will ensure the success of your business even after you're dead and gone. Who wants to be a one hit wonder? Not I.

I'm glad to see you're still doing ya' thang and I hope you had a great holiday.

Here's to a kick butt New Year!

Ti



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