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About Brian Halligan

Brian writes for a living, reads for pleasure, and is always learning when it comes to content marketing, science, songwriting, local history, and being a dad.

The Unconscious Mind of John Cleese

No person may be accurately defined by one thing. But as convenient shorthand for a lifetime of achievements, let’s say John Cleese is a member of the British comedy troupe, Monty Python. I’d write the legendary British comedy troupe, Monty Python, but nothing makes comedians seem less funny or relevant than referring to them as… Read the full article.

6 Strategies to Better Market Your Business on YouTube

When thinking of social media, YouTube might not be the first thing that comes to mind. Facebook, Twitter, even LinkedIn would probably come to mind before the popular video sharing site we all know and love. Despite that, YouTube is a valuable tool for the business social media world. It’s the 3rd most popular website… Read the full article.


MyCorporation is a leading provider of online document filing services for clients who wish to form a corporation or limited liability company. For more than fifteen years, MyCorporation has helped small business clients and real estate investors incorporate their businesses in a reliable and affordable manner. In addition to offering document filing services for online… Read the full article.

Engaging Employees Like a Boss

In ‘60s slang, the word “boss” meant above all others. Just one look at the classic Boss 302 Mustang and you knew it was built for only one reason—to own the road. Human managers and supervisors of the time were similarly bossy. But as the idea of what a boss should be has slowly changed,… Read the full article.

A Mother’s Day Dilemma 15,000 Years in the Making

Every year, just before Mother’s Day, we stand in front of the card display or click through screens full of e-cards trying to find the one that says precisely what we mean. Sometimes that’s a sentimental message about life and love and family. Sometimes it’s a “Someecard”. I admit to occasionally leaning toward the latter. (Shameful, I know.) But, no matter how… Read the full article.