I know I’m not the only one who has a separate email address for every nonsense form I sign up for in the course of a day. The average consumer has 3.9 personal email addresses BlueHornet, 2014. After all, who could deal with all those newsletters and offers clogging their normal inbox. The average consumer subscribes and receives emails from 8.9 different brands. BlueHornet, 2014. It’s madness. (more…)
“Never Stop Learning” is one of the greatest pieces of advice I have ever heard. It’s really just a variation on the old adage “Adapt or die.” In today’s fast paced world, things are changing constantly and it can be hard to keep up. Combine that with the fact that a college degree holds very little weight anymore. It can be hard to further your career if you stop learning. So, on that note, here are some of the sites that I use for my online education courses to keep learning. (more…)
Evernote get’s top honors here because I use it for just about everything. It is great for organizing bookmarks, snapping articles, and writing to-do lists. Another great feature is sharing. Evernote allows you to share your notes with someone, allowing for collaboration at work. This is a phenomenal and versatile tool.
Buffer and I are best friends. If you are familiar with Hootsuite then I suggest you give Buffer a try. This great tool gives you the ability to schedule your social media posts. It allows you to program posts for the ideal time. Buffer shrinks links and includes images flawlessly. It also includes analytics, and content suggestions. The best part, it’s all free. For marketing on a budget this is a very handy tool. (more…)
At this point social media is becoming an integral part of our personal and professional lives. It is hard to keep up with the new networks and tools seemingly appearing every day. Social Media has come so far since the early days of simply gaining followers and getting likes. It’s personal now. That is why, in 2015, video will become the largest part of social media. Here are some tips you can use for a video marketing strategy in 2015. (more…)
Over the weekend I attended Luke Bryan: That’s My Kinda Night Tour at Lincoln Financial Field. Upon entering the gates, I did something I normally wouldn’t do. I left my phone in my pocket. Why? Because I no longer had the means to share where I was because foursquare split into two apps. (more…)