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Is the founder still the CEO? I think the question you pose is interesting... On one hand you would think that the founder/CEO would dictate the company's culture and innovation and not the other way around. But I can see if that founder has lost sight of what the future holds for the company, then there should could be chance that they are shooting themselves in the foot.
Just a thoughtful musing. Have seen a couple of promising startups in the Indian arena bear the brunt of founders with said personality type.
Interested in what prompted this question?
I suppose that's one way to look at it, from an influencer POV.
What I'm getting at is the fact that there could come a time when the founder's personal brand becomes intertwined with that of his/her company's and the company then struggles to break out of this mould, struggling to develop an identity of its own.
Thanks for your response on this question!
An influencer who has an incredible personal brand can bring lots of business to a new or existing company. People want to work with people. They want to know the team members behind the brand. See: Guy Kawasaki as the evangelist for Canva.
This is an old-school link building strategy. The idea is that .edu domains are usually very trustworthy and so links from them should pass good PageRank.
Google Penguin put an end to link building strategies such as these in exchange for link earning strategies. In modern SEO you should spend less time scavenging the internet for links and more time creating campaigns that attract natural links.
Google on Link Schemes: https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/66356?hl=en
What is Google Penguin: https://moz.com/learn/seo/google-penguin
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So you would go with giveaways and sweepstakes instead of leaderboard to make the playing field more even?
The algorithm for trending articles changed some how. It diminished the value of contributing to the community.
The biggest problem with these giveaways is the sweepstake sites and freebie sites are the ones winning. They act they are giving the prize away so they can load up on entries. The average person that dont have a page full of followers do NOT have a chance plain and simple and many will not enter them just for that reason. And also been talking about not being customers to the companies holding these once they are told this and dont act like they care.
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