Personal Branding Blog — January 17, 2018 — January 17, 2018 For both genders, anxiety before the interview may be present, but studies show that women handle it better. Women adapt more proactively than men do. Women seek social support from colleagues and friends more than men do. And women are more prone to do … Continue reading Gender Difference When Negotiating Salary
James Potter — December 1, 2017 Follow @thelinkedinman — December 1, 2017 LinkedIn used to be simple – we had connections and that was it, we got it. Back in 2015 LinkedIn released the function for followers to make it easier for people to see good content (don’t get me started on going viral) and … Continue reading What’s the Difference Between Connecting, Following and Contacts on LinkedIn?
Steph Marsh — August 23, 2017 — August 23, 2017 Video is everywhere. It’s the shiny (not so new) toy that everyone (and every business) wants to play with. And now they can. Smart phones today can shoot in HD and laptops are even equipped with free, simple video editing software. While smart phone, GoPro, … Continue reading Amateur vs. Professional Video Production: 5 Ways to Tell the Difference
Sahail Ashraf — August 4, 2017 Follow @Talcontent — August 4, 2017 We have seen many times in the past a wonderfully savvy set of social media accounts in the fast food industry. Even those restaurants that still sell, essentially, fast food, have the same look and feel as the McDonald’s and the Burger Kings … Continue reading McDonald’s Trounces Rivals In Battle For Facebook Audience But The Key Difference Is In Engagement
Dan Sincavage — July 20, 2017 Follow @dansincavage — July 20, 2017 Pexels / Pixabay Business guru and well-known provocateur Tom Peters once addressed a crowd of over 400 sales and marketing executives saying: “I hate sports analogies. They’re just a bunch of male macho…” Yet, in the world of sales and marketing, sports analogies … Continue reading Marketing vs. Sales: Their Major Difference and How They Work Together
Ted Bauer — June 30, 2017 — June 30, 2017 Here’s a fact you can use to impress business-minded friends at a cocktail party: Machiavelli actually was discussing the idea of “silos” back in 1513. That’s 504 years ago, and — welp! — not much has changed, as silos are still very pervasive in the … Continue reading Digital Marketing Vs. Mobile Marketing Teams: What’s the Difference?
Amanda Clark — May 11, 2017 Follow @GrammarChicInc— May 11, 2017 When you apply for a job, it’s important to provide some piece of marketing collateral—but should it be a resume, or a CV? Both of these terms get thrown around a lot, and with a lot of people they’re used somewhat interchangeably. It’s important … Continue reading What’s the Difference Between a Resume and a CV?
Tom Farrell — May 9, 2017 — May 9, 2017 It’s a puzzle as old as the hills. With all the many and various features and innovative products your business rolls out – how do you know which ones your customers actually appreciate? And perhaps more importantly, which ones tend to lead those customers on … Continue reading What Features Make The Most Difference To Your Users? And How Do You Make Sure They Find Them?
Jefri Yonata — May 8, 2017 — May 8, 2017 In 2008 and 2009, product explainer videos were a novelty for businesses. Their uniqueness and perky nature are the main features that make them stand out from other branded videos. Demo videos, on the other hand, were the standard before explainer videos emerged. These days, … Continue reading Product Demo Video vs. Explainer Video: What’s the Difference?
By Robert Brady April 19th, 2017 Google recently changed the way they handle exact match keywords in AdWords. In a post to the AdWords blog on March 17th they explained the change. Here is a short summary of what changed and then we’ll talk about how it’s impacting advertisers & what you should … Continue reading Exact Match vs. Close Variants: Difference & Impact