You’ve been hearing about it in every marketing publication you’ve read recently. Inbound marketing is all the rage, and like everyone else, you want to know why. It’s definitely something important to study, too, because getting leads is the number one job of any marketer. Getting leads can be a tough thing, too. That’s why any edge you can get is important. In this article, I’m going to reveal exactly what makes inbound marketing so spectacular.
If you want to market your business online, content marketing is the key to making that happen. As the most effective form of online marketing, understanding how to work it to your advantage – AKA hack it – is critical to your success. Today, we’re going to look at 5 content marketing hacks you can put in to play right now.
As the star of the latest Star Wars entries, Daisy Ridley gets a lot of attention and gives a lot of advice. Today, we're bringing you some great tips she (indirectly) taught us about inbound marketing (kinda).
I recommend to every one of my website clients that they start blogging with their site. Typically, the first response is a deer-in-headlights look. Normally, I offer a couple of content suggestions along with a few other tips. Those other tips may have a benefit for you. So here are 5 quick tips on how to write a quality blog.
Business owners nowadays are facing an interesting dilemma. We have a workforce that is increasingly interested in unrestricted work space. At the same time, we have a society that places higher demands on information security than ever. The conflict that arises and becomes a real struggle for companies is finding a balance between giving employees the freedom to maneuver and securing the data that the company stores from breeches. The only advice the I have in dealing with that struggle is that you need to find the balance that works for your team.
Think right now about everything you're supposed to be doing right now that you're instead putting off. Think really hard about it, list it out, and really assess it. Why are you putting them off? You don't want to do them? Will you suddenly wake up tomorrow with a new feeling that you want to face those tasks that you've so been avoiding? I wouldn't bet on it.
It's time to deal with a little pet peeve of mine. It's called procrastination. No, procrastination is not harmful when you're taking time off. It is, however, harmful just about every other facet of life. That's the type of procrastination that was a habit for me, and it's the sort of procrastination that's evolved in to one of those things that make me slightly crazy.
So, today is Black Friday. It's that infamous day of the year where people break out in to fights over toys and electronics that are marked well below most sales in the year (although you will find greater savings in February). It's also the time of year where the highest dollars are spent on electronics. Video games, televisions, computers, and mobile devices get sold in the highest quantities during the holiday season every single year. So this year, we thought we'd offer up some tech tips for those of you who may have utilized the season to upgrade your business tech. Even though it's titled for Black Friday, these tips are good all year around.