Irina Weber — June 28, 2019 Follow @irinaweber048 — June 28, 2019 XML sitemaps are a good way to communicate directly with search engines, notifying them of new or updated content very quickly and allowing to speed up the process of indexing pages. Typically, Google likes to speak to website owners in riddles. Creating a … Continue reading 8 Essential Tools to Create an XML Sitemap like a Pro
Michael Goldsby — June 21, 2019 Follow @Mind2Momentum — June 21, 2019 Ron Miller recently passed away. The president and then CEO of the Walt Disney Company (1978-1984), as well as Walt Disney’s son-in-law, he is often overlooked in studies of the company. But Miller and the other executives who led between Walt Disney and … Continue reading 5 Lessons for Following a Legendary Leader like Walt Disney
Joe Glover — June 19, 2019 — June 19, 2019 Social media is capable of doing some really powerful things. It can help friends and family keep in contact, you can use groups to meet people who share your interests, communities can organise events, and anyone can share their creativity. The positives of social media … Continue reading Could Social Media Be Detoxified By Removing the Like Button?
Liz Kislik — May 23, 2019 Follow @lizkislik — May 23, 2019 Why is it that leaders often believe they’ve given clear direction, while the rank-and-file remains practically unaware that there’s been any communication at all? I just got an email from a mid-level manager who’s in the midst of a change initiative. He noted … Continue reading Here Are the Reasons Leaders Feel Like No One Listens
Danielle Read — May 13, 2019 — May 13, 2019 What’s the metric you look for first when checking back in on an Instagram post? We hate to say it. But we all do it. It’s ‘Likes’, right? How many Likes did your competitor get? How quickly? How many more (or less) Likes are being … Continue reading Instagram Hiding Like Counts and What it Means for Brands
Steve DiGioia — May 8, 2019 Follow @stevedigioia — May 8, 2019 …Clint Eastwood’s quote is appropriate for many of today’s challenges. Have you ever wondered why the “old guy” down the block always seems to be so cranky? It’s because he’s tired of dealing with the day-to-day nonsense of lazy people, rude customers, ineptitude, … Continue reading I Tried Being Reasonable But I Didn’t Like It
Matt Pierce — April 22, 2019 Follow @piercemr — April 22, 2019 When it comes to creating video content viewers want to engage with, marketers have always been a cut above the rest when it comes to capturing their audience’s attention. Let’s face it, a lot of training and instructional videos are not as effective … Continue reading Want Better Training Videos? Try Thinking Like a Marketer
Daniel Codella — April 18, 2019 Follow @mrcodella — April 18, 2019 During World War II, the South Pacific was a critical theater for battle. Several countries set up bases, airfields, and docks on dozens of remote islands. It was the first time many of the region’s indigenous peoples had ever seen outsiders, let alone … Continue reading Why Your Company Doesn’t Have to Be Like Apple, Google, or Facebook
Kenna Griffin — April 16, 2019 — April 16, 2019 I’d like a peek inside your productivity system. You may have read here before that I’m a real nerd when it comes to productivity. Ok, I’m a nerd, in general, but I love the study of productivity. Productivity and leadership are two subjects I just … Continue reading Productivity: What Does Your System Look Like?
Hannah Squires — April 5, 2019 — April 5, 2019 Video marketing can change the game. We’ve all been told this. We all know it. Film can change people’s minds, it can get them to act when they were previously idle, it can make you the topic of conversation among people who had previously never … Continue reading What Does Ideal Video Marketing Look Like to You?