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Aishwarya Hariharan
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Product Marketer at Freshdesk
Product Marketer at Freshdesk

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:) the best quotes from the secret sauce interviews we did in 2014. 
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In practice, many male characters have strikingly attractive female love interests who also possess a host of other characteristics that make them appealing. Their good looks are like a convenient afterthought.

This is, unfortunately, sentimental: how we wish life were, rather than how it is. It’s like creating a fictional world in which every deserving orphan ends up inheriting a fortune from a rich uncle. In life, beauty is rarely, if ever, just another quality that a woman possesses, like a knowledge of French. A woman’s beauty tends to play an instrumental role in the courtship process, and its impact rarely ends there.
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People who read literary fiction have the ability to navigate complex social relationships, identify and understand others’ subjective states and form empathic responses to them. :P 
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Fewer words create a more powerful message. :) Elliot Nash says it beautifully. 
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A few days back, Google announced its new search algorithm, Hummingbird, and basically caused mass panic in the SEO community. +Vikram Bhaskaran elucidates on the ripples it causes in the customer space.
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700,000 visitors in a month! Blow me away with a feather. Good for you, Buffer :)
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We owners of Web-based businesses love to gloat about how many customers (make that users) we have. But do we really know any of them? Sure, we can calculate their lifetime value and figure out how many times they've logged in over the past 90 days, what brand of mobile phone they use, and how much they spend a month. But we wouldn't know who they were if they walked in our front doors.

http://www.inc.com/magazine/201307/jason-fried/how-to-get-to-know-your-customers.html
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