Christopher Moore — March 3, 2017 Follow @cjmoore— March 3, 2017 If you are tired of looking for the best eCommerce solution for your business, you’re not alone. Many companies feel the same kind of frustration in not knowing which platform to choose to maximize their business idea. Choosing an online eCommerce solution is important … Continue reading 5 Powerful eCommerce Solutions for Your Online Business
Ringo Nishioka — March 3, 2017 Follow @hr_nasty— March 3, 2017 Master Barista and Asian Super Hero – Kato from the Green Hornet Professional Goals In the past two blog posts, we discussed two related topics. A candidate who was VERY accomplished and someone any company would love to hire. Unfortunately, she didn’t realize that … Continue reading Goal Setting to Manage Your Career
Julia Borgini — March 3, 2017 Follow @spacebarpress— March 3, 2017 Previously I explained the benefits to a Tech Marketing Playbook and the signs you need a TMP for your tech products or services. Today I’m going to review what a TMP is and then give you an outline to create one yourself. Recap: What … Continue reading How to Build & Arrange Your Tech Marketing Playbook
Catherine Hayden — March 3, 2017 — March 3, 2017 Twitter tends to be the platform of choice for literary types, so it’s not unbelievable that its user base would fall in love with an account run by a 190-year-old dictionary. Merriam-Webster, based in Springfield in the US, has started trending online and this is … Continue reading Tongue-in-cheek Twitter: How A Dictionary Started Trending
Ben Ó Mathúin — March 2, 2017 — March 2, 2017 As online retail continues to grow, small brick-and-mortar stores are increasingly developing attractive e-commerce websites and investing in digital advertising. However, for the majority of these businesses, their lion’s share of revenue stream is still offline, in-store sales. In a former life, I owned … Continue reading Bridging the Online and Offline Worlds: How to Set Up Offline Events for Facebook Campaigns
Carol Stephen — March 2, 2017 Follow @Carol_Stephen— March 2, 2017 How to Turbocharge Your Blog Post Production: What You Need to Know Every startup has heard that they need to update their website in order to stay relevant to Google and the little bots that crawl around on the interwebs. But how many of … Continue reading How to Turbocharge Your Blog Post Production: What You Need to Know
What Job Is Your Subscriber Hiring Your Email To Do? by George Bilbrey, Op-Ed Contributor, March 2, 2017 Over the last 16 years, I’ve worked as a product manager, run product management teams, and worked closely with user experience teams. As email continues its migration from its “batch and blast” roots to a more triggered … Continue reading What Job Is Your Subscriber Hiring Your Email To Do?
Bonnie Harris — March 2, 2017 Follow @waxmarketing— March 2, 2017 We all love quizzes as part of the marketing mix. In the digital marketing world, it’s all about creating engaging content for your users. From writing an informational blog to uploading a fun video, there are several kinds of content for you to choose … Continue reading Quizzes Belong in Your Marketing Mix
Brooke B. Sellas — March 2, 2017 Follow @madSMscientist— March 2, 2017 If you were to ask me what the hardest part about owning my business is, I’d tell you that managing a remote team is harder than anything else I do. Yes … it’s harder than increasing sales year-over-year, harder than managing finances and … Continue reading Managing A Remote Team? You Gotta Try These 5 Tools!
Columnist Eric Enge discusses the implications of Google’s impending “mobile-first” index, using a case study to illustrate some of the challenges that webmasters and Google alike will face in implementing this change. Eric Enge on March 2, 2017 If you follow the world of Google and search at all, you’ve heard about Google’s … Continue reading Do you know what a mobile crawl of your site looks like?