… and we’re back! Thanks to your fabulous feedback last week, we’re going to keep rolling with this new format every morning Tuesday through Friday. So much news for today, and so little time.
Great designers don’t get that way by accident. It takes years of focus and countless hours of practice in order for a designer to establish both a highly polished eye and an expert level of tactical skill. Due to the lengthy nature of the endeavor, it can be difficult — especially when working in a relatively […]
By now you’ve probably seen the unbelievable video making the rounds on the internet of a woman demanding her money back at a Dunkin’ Donuts store. If you haven’t, you can see it on Gawker where I first discovered it, or below where we’ve embedded the YouTube video.
Building relationships in social media isn’t easy. It isn’t second nature, and it takes a ton of time. But if done right, solid social media relationships can be very helpful in developing and maintaining strong “real-life” relationships. There’s even data to prove it.
I’m going to tell you a little story, but before I do, a warning: It ain’t pretty. It’s a perfectly fine Thursday afternoon. I’m going about my business, happily editing a blog post, when I get an email from the head of HubSpot’s legal department. Oh boy.
You’re smart. You’re already aware that content plays a huge role in today’s world of inbound marketing. You know about the importance of social media, online videos, PPC ads, blogs, and interactive websites — but the rest of the world is still catching on.
My buddy over at Nanigans broke some news to me this morning — Facebook has announced it’s getting rid of Sponsored Stories. To be honest, it’s hard for me to remember how Sponsored Stories differ from the 26 other ad products Facebook has.
Since before blogs were created, people have told stories. Shocking. I know. But long predating the clickity-clacking of our keyboards were generations of people finding
You know the best part of a meeting? When it ends. If it’s dragging on, and walking out mid-meeting is too brazen for your taste (fair), how about a covert game of Business Babble Bingo to keep your attention? You can make it look like you’re taking notes. It’s foolproof.