Amanda Clark — April 6, 2017 Follow @GrammarChicInc— April 6, 2017 Space is at a premium on your resume. You don’t want to drag things out longer than they need to be. At the same time, you want to paint a clear picture regarding your experience and accomplishments. One struggle that many job seekers face … Continue reading Multiple Roles, One Company: Should You Condense?
Donna Duncan — April 2, 2017 Follow @beseenontop— April 2, 2017 I think most people know or suspect that it’s unwise to purchase items over a public Internet connection but they might not know why. One of the reasons is because of a possible man-in-the-middle attack. A MITM attack is when someone inserts him or … Continue reading Why Every Website Owner Should Care About (And Convert To) HTTPS
Amanda Clark — March 29, 2017 Follow @GrammarChicInc— March 29, 2017 Your resume is a living document—fluid, ever-changing, evolving just as your own career evolves. As such, it’s never something you should just set and forget. It’s smart for any professional to make regular resume updates—even when you don’t happen to be in the job … Continue reading 7 Times You Should Update Your Resume
Chris Abraham — March 27, 2017 Follow @chrisabraham— March 27, 2017 There is no reason why the executives at Facebook and Twitter couldn’t offer ad revenue share to their users in much the same way that Google offers AdSense revenue share to their users — and not only corporate and elite members but to everyone … Continue reading All Social Media Sites Should Offer Profit Sharing and Ad Revenue
Daniel Matthews — March 24, 2017 Follow @danielmatthews0— March 24, 2017 From the way some execs talk about consultants, they might as well be a four letter word. These bloodsucking scum prey on unsuspecting companies through the promise of improved processes and an unbiased perspective, marketing themselves as some sort of cure-all for the common … Continue reading Should You Hire a Consultant? The Answer Is Not as Simple as You Think
The ideal digital marketing career path is still pretty undefined, given that the industry is quite young. Columnist Matt Umbro takes a stab at laying out a successful trajectory — from first entering the industry to becoming a team leader. Matt Umbro on March 20, 2017 As with any industry, digital marketing specialists follow … Continue reading Is your marketing career progressing as it should be?
Sahail Ashraf — March 17, 2017 Follow @Talcontent— March 17, 2017 Snapchat is arguably the most ‘teen friendly’ platform out there today, but that doesn’t necessarily mean it is doing well. In fact, the platform has had a few bumps in the road to face in the last few weeks. From a slightly muted IPO … Continue reading Should Your Client Be Using Snapchat?
Matt Given — March 16, 2017 Follow @intelivideomatt— March 16, 2017 It’s the end of Q1 and your Series A hasn’t landed yet. GOOD. For many of you entrepreneurs out there, as you turned the page from 2016 to 2017, raising a series A Round may have been near or at the very top of … Continue reading 4 Things You Should Focus on Instead of Closing Your A Round
Mark Gandey — March 16, 2017 Follow @GiraffeSM— March 16, 2017 If there is one thing you should never do when building a social media strategy it is buy followers. Of all cowboy social media tactics, it is the worst. Listen carefully; in the world of social media marketing, there are no shortcuts to quality … Continue reading Why You Should Never, Under Any Circumstances, Buy Followers
Amanda Clark — March 14, 2017 Follow @GrammarChicInc— March 14, 2017 One of the biggest mistakes job seekers make following an interview is not sending a thank you note – regardless of how the interview went. Whether it was the best interview of your life and you’re confident you landed the job or you couldn’t … Continue reading Post-Interview Thank You: What Should You Say?