Sahail Ashraf November 12, 2021 The Gif, meme and emoji thing has been around for a while now, and brands embrace it. But should you? And how should you manage the whole thing? Social media marketing is something that rarely stands still, and recently we have all had to deal with significant changes in how … Continue reading Gifs, Memes and Emojis: Are They Right for Your Brand?
Haiden Hibbert November 1, 2021 As humans, we need fulfillment and happiness. And often, those things come from feeling like we’re working towards something. That means setting goals. The thing about goals, though, is that you can think about them in so many ways and use a different approach to setting and completing them. To … Continue reading What Are SMART Goals and How Do They Work?
Albert Costill November 1, 2021 If you’re hoping to diversify your retirement portfolio and have more peace of mind throughout retirement, you may consider purchasing an annuity. But, to make sure that this is the right financial more, let’s break down what the heck annuities are and how they work. What is an annuity? “The … Continue reading The Secret to Annuities: What the Heck Are They?
Using an SEO platform can increase efficiency and productivity while reducing the time and errors involved in managing organic search campaigns. Pamela Parker on October 22, 2021 Search Engine Optimization remains the stalwart mainstay of digital marketing, with search driving around 50% of website traffic on average, according to an analysis of SimilarWeb data by … Continue reading What do SEO platforms do and how do they help marketers get found on search engines?
Chris Bibey October 9, 2021 As a freelancer, it’s easy to focus so much time on your service offerings that your personal and business finances take a backseat. Unfortunately, the longer you go down this path the greater chance there is of financial disaster. Early in my freelance writing career — which spans 15+ years … Continue reading 4 Types of Financial Tools That (Some) Freelancers Don’t Know They Need
Liz Kislik October 7, 2021 It’s reasonable to think that C-suite leaders would be well-practiced at conducting effective check-in meetings with their team members. But if that’s your assumption, you might be wrong. During a recent coaching session, a client expressed frustration that his C-level boss never articulates her expectations for his performance or even … Continue reading Help Your Boss Manage Your One-on-One Meetings If They Don’t Know What to Do
Without Personalization, Consumers Don’t Get What They Want From Brands by Laurie Sullivan , Staff Writer @lauriesullivan, September 28, 2021 A gap exists between what consumers want and expect from how brand communicate with them, and what marketers think will suffice. The Cordial Cross-Channel Marketing Study set out to show how marketers should explore what motivates … Continue reading Without Personalization, Consumers Don’t Get What They Want From Brands
Chandrima Chakraborty August 19, 2021 One of mankind’s most innate attributes, curiosity is as natural to us as breathing. It’s this emotion that has driven every little discovery and every advancement in science, technology, language, industry, and human development. Indeed, as Oscar Wilde aptly put it, “the public have an insatiable curiosity to know everything.” … Continue reading Curiosity Email Subject Lines: Why They Matter and How to Craft Them
Albert Costill August 22, 2021 The other day I was craving tacos. The hunger was fierce. So, I decided to head to my favorite Mexican restaurant to satisfy my appetite. Usually, I choose between either coconut shrimp or carnitas. But, on this particular day, I wanted to try something different. But, I quickly became overwhelmed … Continue reading Types of Annuities and How they Work
Achim Nowak August 11, 2021 They told you to never say “I” at a meeting. Use “We.” Always We. Ignore them. They are wrong. They told you that when you say I, I, I it sounds like it’s all about you. Said you would sound like a grandstanding, self-promoting, self-aggrandizing narcissist. A bit of projection, … Continue reading They Told You to Never Say “I.” They Are WRONG.