Dave Kosmayer — August 27, 2019 Follow @DavidKosmayer — August 27, 2019 Do you dream of being a freelancer who can afford to travel and work anywhere in the world? You must be filled with envy (we know we are!) every time you see photos of digital nomads working by the white sand beaches of … Continue reading 10 Tried and Tested Tips to Land More Jobs as a Freelancer
Nico Prins — August 21, 2019 Follow @nhdprins — August 21, 2019 Is the grass really greener on the other side? Millions of U.S. employees seem to think so. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the number of employees who willingly leave their jobs (a.k.a. the quits rate) has risen steadily over the last … Continue reading Top 4 Reasons Why Employees Leave Their Jobs
Samar Birwadker — August 4, 2019 Follow @samarbee — August 4, 2019 If you’re not applying the job fit theory to every position you’re considering, you risk accepting a job you’re not fit for. Your personality impacts everything you do. What clothes you wear, who you’re friends with, and, stay with me now, even what … Continue reading Are You Looking at the Job Fit Theory When Applying for Jobs?
Jay Chapel — June 5, 2019 Follow @parkmycloudjay — June 5, 2019 Trends in cloud jobs can be overall indicators into trends in the cloud computing space. With an ever-evolving and increasing use of cloud services, new and important changes are needed to the skillsets, roles, and responsibilities of cloud professionals. Here are some trends … Continue reading Trends in Cloud Jobs in 2019
Businesses need to know the problems their customers are solving and email marketing is a great way to learn about them. Richard Carey on May 9, 2019 In his book, “Innovator’s Solution,” Clayton Christiansen told the story of a restaurant chain that wanted to increase the sales of their milkshakes. After observing their customers, they … Continue reading Milkshake marketing: Applying the ‘Jobs to be Done’ theory to your email marketing campaign
Kristina Henry — March 26, 2019 — March 26, 2019 Reading Time: 5 minutesWhat is Google For Jobs? Google for Jobs is a job search feature powered by Google that was launched in June 2017. For job applicants, it is a one-stop shop in a native user interface. It helps applicants save time without having … Continue reading Google For Jobs: The Optimization Guide
Morgan Williams — October 26, 2018 Follow @jddropout — October 26, 2018 The best freelance writing jobs aren’t posted online. They come through inbound requests, and more specifically, referrals. But, if you have little to no experience and you don’t have the luxury of inbound prospects or existing customers, where do you start? A list … Continue reading How to Get Freelance Writing Jobs Without Using Upwork: Step-By-Step
Jeff Kalter — October 5, 2018 — October 5, 2018 Will AI Take Over? As time goes by, artificial intelligence (AI) will play an increasingly vital role in sales. In fact, as some companies relegate some of the more straightforward selling tasks to AI, lower level sales jobs are beginning to dry up. Just think … Continue reading Will B2B Sales Jobs Survive in the Age of AI?
Dave Brock — August 1, 2018 Follow @davidabrock — August 1, 2018 Free-Photos / Pixabay Too often, as managers, we get in the way of our people doing their jobs–either purposefully/intrusively, accidentally, being well-intentioned, or through inattention. Whichever way this manifests itself, it stands in the way of us doing our jobs–that is to maximize … Continue reading We Have To Have The Courage To Let Our People Do Their Jobs!
Josh Slone — May 24, 2018 — May 24, 2018 It’s inevitable. You send an email to a seeming prospect. Something like this: Hey Jane, Still considering changing platforms? We just came out with some solid content, based on research, that I thought you’d enjoy. Love to hear your feedback. Talk again soon, John Jane … Continue reading How to Find a Prospect that Changed Jobs Using LinkedIn (Step by Step)