philipjterry - 11:17 am on Oct 25, 2011 (gmt 0)
But Sierra, how long to train them? To get the same quality? To achieve the cohesiveness of tying all lose ends together to create the desired output? Avoiding downstream problems which later cost you 80% of your precious time?
I'd say 80% of my day is spent walking outside, shopping, pratting about in the kitchen, eating, doing chores, thinking, reading and then 20% of my day on this computer. Therefore that 20% needs to be very accurate, precise, rewarding, results focused...
That narrow window needs to be scrutinized and maxed out big time.
Anyone got any interesting opinions why 20%- of content generates 80%+ revenue? Why not 50/50...? Is it lack of research? Throwing too much against the wall to see what sticks?
@dataguy - not sure what you mean by "polarizing factor" - where's the polarity in that? By the way I love that word - it's one of the laws of the universe :)