Okay, so I’m no English major, but I am a content marketer — attention to grammatical detail is something very near and dear to my heart. The more time I’ve spent in this role, the more I notice little errors in things like text messages, IMs, and birthday cards. This could either
In today’s world, there are many easy ways to connect with others — you can text, email, or video chat someone on your phone all with a click of a button. Even with all of these easy ways to communicate, old habits die hard when people want to reach a company. Believe it or not, […]
I just picked up a new hobby. I call it “Waybacking.” It’s kinda like Googling, but even better. Using the Wayback Machine, I can see what my favorite websites looked like two years ago, four years ago, or even 16 years ago. (My, they have come a long way!)
Writing a survey from scratch is no walk in the park. It seems simple to sit down and craft a list of questions — whether a recent conference your company put on or the viability of a new product line — but … it’s just not.
More marketing doesn’t always mean better marketing. More display ads? More irrelevant emails in my inbox? More sponsored selfies? I’d pass on getting more of those things any day. That being said, “more” can also open lots of creative opportunities to engage with your visitors, leads, and customers. Take Twitter’s
Well, the rumors from February about a possible design overhaul of Twitter profile pages are officially no longer rumors. Yesterday, Twitter announced that a new profile design is coming to everyone’s favorite 140 character social media site very soon and has already been made available to a small group of users.
Remember the last time you were at an event? You probably met a ton of people, shook a lot of hands, but remembered only a small few. Why is that? What characteristics did the people that stood out have? Maybe it was a unique Hawaiian shirt, or fancy blue glasses. You may
These past six months, Google’s been a hypocrite. They encrypted keyword data for organic search, but left AdWords keyword data untouched. It seemed like the company was taking up a “pay-to-play” model for keyword data … which didn’t seem to be very Googly.
In order to grow a strong, successful marketing team, you need to have a team of effective marketers who deliver real results. But with so many marketing channels to manage, and different members of your team working on different projects, it can be tough to keep track of who’s doing what, and how well.