Rand Fishkin

Wizard of Moz. Author, speaker, blogger, traveler, feminist, and husband to @everywhereist

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Rand Fishkin

17 days ago

Mark Ritson: ​How to win an election in seven complex steps

marketingweek.com

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17 days ago

Inside every group member is a potential lone dissenter who can restore a sense of individuality and create a foundation for constructive dissent

The Case for Less Solidarity

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17 days ago

May we all have Marilee's courage

Marilee Talkington

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17 days ago

We need to stop stereotyping, because the data doesn't fit the narrative

It’s time to bust the myth: Most Trump voters were not working class.

washingtonpost.com

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19 days ago

The best piece I've read on this topic. Nuanced, and complex, just like reality.

I Fought For a Better Israel Than This

politico.com

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28 days ago

Fascinating

Shakespeare’s Genius Is Nonsense

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28 days ago

Google now knows when its users go to the store and buy stuff

washingtonpost.com

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28 days ago

This is wholly incredible. Fingers crossed, it takes off like universal basic income, and real attempts are made to experiment.

The Rock-Star Appeal of Modern Monetary Theory

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34 days ago

The Most Amazing Lie in History

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34 days ago

This might be the best political writing I've seen in months, and it tells a truly Hollywood-worthy story of Mueller and Comey from the Bush years that I'd never before heard.

What Donald Trump Needs to Know About Bob Mueller and Jim Comey

politico.com

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34 days ago

Great case study in how PR can help drive adoption

What matters (and doesn’t) when getting press for your startup

medium.com

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39 days ago

This is beautiful: "In a time of such upheaval and uncertainty, our reckless, quiet love feels like deliverance."

The Physics of Forbidden Love

nytimes.com

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40 days ago

A fascinating, transparent look into the mechanics of cookbook printing (and of rejecting the status quo and standard publishing offers)

Why We Are Self Publishing the Aviary Cookbook - Lessons From the Alinea Book.

medium.com

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43 days ago

While remarkably (and obviously) England-centric, there's some interesting perspectives in here (and it might make us all think more about how we converse with each other)

Are men boring?

1843magazine.com

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65 days ago

Frustrating for those of us in digital marketing, but a powerful case for in-person meetings, events, conferences, etc.

A Face-to-Face Request Is 34 Times More Successful than an Email

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65 days ago

The evidence for an "ambition gap" keeps shrinking: "women’s desires to reach the top ranks at work primarily varies by company, rather than by family status, as commonly thought."

How Office Culture Can Crush Women’s Ambitions

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65 days ago

The American way is pure madness

I'm an American living in Sweden. Here's why I came to embrace the higher taxes.

vox.com

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65 days ago

I've been guilty of fostering this type of environment myself. Don't make my same mistakes.

'Collaboration' Creates Mediocrity, Not Excellence, According to Science

inc.com

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70 days ago

Fascinating all the way around.

The Cult of ‘Zelda: Majora’s Mask’

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73 days ago

Cooking Lessons

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73 days ago

What in the World Is Causing the Retail Meltdown of 2017?

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74 days ago

A must read for everyone. Like homework or performance reviews, there's just no good reason to keep doing things this way.

The Utter Uselessness of Job Interviews

nytimes.com

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85 days ago

A very cool competitive advantage

The Berkshire Hathaway of The Internet

medium.com

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85 days ago

This nails so much of the f'd up incentives Silicon Valley startup culture has brought us: "What sucker wants to earn $10 million/year at a 52.5% tax rate when you can get away with hundreds of millions in one take at just 15%? Nobody, that’s who."

Exponential growth devours and corrupts

m.signalvnoise.com

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85 days ago

I love stories like these, where small scale and patience makes something remarkable work.

Our Odd Startup: 3 ½ Guys, No VC, Profitability, and Patience

medium.com

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85 days ago

Damn. Complicated as hell, but also also fascinating.

Why FBI Can’t Tell All on Trump, Russia

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88 days ago

How the Science of “Blue Lies” May Explain Trump’s Support

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90 days ago

This 7-minute workout is all you need to get in shape

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90 days ago

The Real Roots of Populism

citylab.com

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97 days ago

Remarkable what the author achieved through outsourcing.

Here’s How I Built and Launched a SaaS Company For Less Than $40k

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97 days ago

There are some unconscious (and unhealthy) biases here of which we should all be aware

Digital Distraction and Rest

journal.thriveglobal.com

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103 days ago

Tim Berners-Lee: I invented the web. Here are three things we need to change to save it

theguardian.com

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103 days ago

Remarkable how a more nuanced understanding changes the conclusion entirely.

The Marshmallow Myth

psychologytoday.com

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118 days ago

Oh my god. I'm dying to go.

Tokyo Neapolitan: The New Wave of Japanese Pizza

eater.com

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118 days ago

All my years of building products support this.

User Research is Overrated

medium.muz.li

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124 days ago

Reflecting on one very, very strange year at Uber

susanjfowler.com

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127 days ago

A short piece, but a good one

It’s Easy to Make Enemies of People We Only Read About

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127 days ago

While I disagree with significant portions of this piece, it's absolutely worth a read.

The Problem with Intersectional Feminism

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133 days ago

In my experience, this matters more than anyone gives it credit

How Rudeness Stops People from Working Together

hbr.org

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134 days ago

One of the more important pieces I've written about on-page SEO in the last few years (and one that received a lot of attention)

No More Old-School, On-Page SEO; 5 Tactics that Have to Shift

moz.com

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147 days ago

Really good data, and shows a clear, positive, hopeful trend. Only trouble is, not enough Americans feel racism/sexism/bigotry is disqualifying.

The More Trump Hates, the More America Rejects His Hatred

slate.com

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149 days ago

Great writing, and towards an important purpose

Don’t Tell Your Friends They’re Lucky

nautil.us

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149 days ago

If Your Boss Could Do Your Job, You’re More Likely to Be Happy at Work

hbr.org

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149 days ago

Remarkable for both its simplicity and its innovation

The Heroism of Incremental Care

newyorker.com

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151 days ago

A solid, thorough assessment

Medium, and The Reason You Can’t Stand the News Anymore.

medium.com

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151 days ago

Voice may, sadly, be a tech that only helps the big guys :-(

Alexa and Google Assistant have a problem: People aren’t sticking with voice apps they try

recode.net

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157 days ago

Could have been cheesy or predictable, but turned out to be a terrific read, full of good lessons and tools.

I polled 1,500 people about their best relationship advice — and everyone said the same thing

businessinsider.com

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157 days ago

Intermittent Fasting: The Definitive Guide

themission.co

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158 days ago

Our Murrow Moment

thedailybeast.com

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159 days ago

Clickbait title, but the logic and research links within redeem.

Is feminism ruining romance?

qz.com

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