note, this article was originally published on LinkedIn ROUTINE ShouldYouHireAWriter(ContentCalendar, SubjectMatterExpertList) DIM ContentCalendar AS array(ContentIndex, ProductionDate, ContentType, SkillRequired, LeadTime) DIM SubjectMatterExpertList AS array(Name, AreaOfExpertise, WritingSkill, AvailableHours) FOR EACH ContentIndex IN ContentCalendar FOR EACH Name IN SubjectMatterExpertList IF Professionals.WritingSkill < ContentCalendar.SkillRequired THEN ShouldYouHireAWriter = TRUE CALL Hire(Writer(ContentType, SkillRequired)) ENDIF ELSE IF Professionals.AvailableHours < ContentCalendar.LeadTime THEN… Continue reading Critique My Code, Please
The phrase is supposed to be an inspiration to “clean up your data!” and make the “garbage” on the front end go away.
The purpose of this is to ensure that you have a “quality” product going in. The assumption is that simply putting quality in, we’ll get quality back out. If we rephrase, then, with the transformation from garbage to quality, we get “Quality In, Quality Out.”
But is this really true?
Please note, a version of this post was first published on LinkedIn. Your “average” stinks. Doesn’t matter what that average is, I know it’s rotten to the core. Average cost per click. Average user time on page. Average length of time to close a sale. Average height of a delivery driver who fills up your… Continue reading Your “Average” Stinks