A large part of my living (and my non-profit work) consists of creating and managing social media campaigns, and understanding the nuances of how social media works.
The corporate world is filled with companies that have way too large of a management team in charge of the limited employees and resources at hand.
We all know how it is. Something gets under your skin and you can’t voice your thoughts in presence company. So, you voice them on Facebook. At least there, your friends understand, even if there’s no positivity to be found.
Internet argumentation is vastly different from doing so in person. It can, however, be a valuable tool for sharing knowledge and influencing minds, but it needs to be done correctly. Here are a few tips to help you make the most impact.
I distinctly remember a conversation with a hiring recruiter once, when I was applying for a job that i was more than qualified for in a different industry than the one I was currently working in. She asked if I had ever done the specific job being offered before. As I went on to explain my experience in other…
So many of the terms surrounding digital marketing are confusing and seemingly malleable in their use across the internet. For business owners both new and veteran, even long-time marketers just entering the digital marketing world, this can be a veritable minefield that’s daunting to navigate.