Choncé Maddox — July 12, 2018 — July 12, 2018 rawpixel / Pixabay I’m a planner. I love writing things down and preparing myself for the work week in advance. Still, as a content producer myself, planning website content isn’t always an easy task. When you do finally force yourself to sit down and start … Continue reading 8 Steps to Planning Digital Content in Less Time
Susan Poirier — July 10, 2018 Follow @aceconcierge — July 10, 2018 Greeting the day as an overwhelmed entrepreneur has become part of the norm for many first time business owners. The hats we wear are numerous and can present unexpected challenges in our day to day operations. It can be suffocating trying to figure … Continue reading Delegating -The Only Time Management Tip You Need
John Oechsle — July 3, 2018 Follow @hjoech — July 3, 2018 It’s time for small businesses to capitalize on their edge in agility It’s easy to think of small businesses as scrappy underdogs when they’re stacked up against the deep pockets of national and multinational competitors in their industry, but the truth is there … Continue reading It’s Time to Prioritize Adaptability in Your Small Business’s CRM
Kayla Sloan — June 29, 2018 — June 29, 2018 Time management is an eternal struggle for many people and especially those of us who work full-time and then some. We must be constantly vigilant of how we spend time or risk being overrun with work or chores at home. I know personally that I … Continue reading 9 Ways to Avoid Getting Sucked Into Social Media and Wasting Time
Contributor John Nardone explains how being an empathetic marketer can help you with everything from managing data to conceiving of dynamite creative. John Nardone on June 28, 2018 With GDPR recently coming into effect, advertisers are once again fretting over their use of consumer data. In Europe, the fretting is beneath a regulatory cloud, … Continue reading It’s time for the brand promise to evolve. Again.
Kate Rose — June 26, 2018 Follow @rosemcgrory — June 26, 2018 You may have heard in the news this week that Unilever have called out the amount of fraud within the social media industry, and Instagram in particular. Their Chief Marketing and Comms Officer, Keith Weed, has stated that none of their brands will … Continue reading Are We Finally Calling Time on Social Media Fraud?
Eileen O’Loughlin — June 26, 2018 — June 26, 2018 If you ask five different people to define “project failure,” you’ll likely get five different answers. This is because project failure is subjective, determined by both a project’s success criteria and the metrics used to evaluate its performance during and after its end. One project … Continue reading Project Success Metrics: Keeping Projects on Time & on Budget
Kayla Sloan — June 26, 2018 — June 26, 2018 Whether you’re self-employed or work for an outside employer, taking time off isn’t easy. In fact, there are times when taking off leaves you a mountain of things to do when you return. It’s almost enough to make you regret taking time away from work … Continue reading 7 Ways to Get More Done So You Can Take Time Off
Samantha Martin — June 15, 2018 Follow @Socially_Sam — June 15, 2018 Do you think you need to be putting out loads of social media posts? Are you putting out content just for the sake of putting out content that’s perhaps not of a very good quality? Is your poor quality content reflecting badly on … Continue reading Social Media Posts: Quality Beats Quantity Every Time
The process of writing meta descriptions will likely be improved using machine learning techniques, but in the meantime, contributor Paul Shapiro shares ways to semi-automate writing meta descriptions. Paul Shapiro on June 14, 2018 Sometimes improving a website’s presence via search engine optimization (SEO) is very straightforward, and sometimes it’s not. In the case … Continue reading Reducing the time it takes to write meta descriptions for large websites