This is a guest contribution from Michaela Clark. It’s the one thing most bloggers avoid talking about the most. A shameful, hidden secret we keep from each other. It’s the old way of defining a ‘successful blog’– your website traffic numbers. I’m here to combat the stigma of low readership and show you how having [...]
As a marketer, you’re pulled in a million directions at once. Explain this new tool, write next week’s tweets, negotiate a vendor contract, code and send out this email — the possibilities are endless. One second you’re creative and the next analytical. How can you be expected to keep your head above water with changing priorities and each day looking different than the last?
I’ve been on an endless journey to discover the best tools and tactics to help me be more productive, focused, and thrive day-to-day. At NewsCred, I’m frequently asked what the icons in my toolbar are or what a specific program/extension is, so I figured if these tools can help a few co-workers, hopefully they can help you as well. I’ve included a link to each tool below, a Windows equivalent where appropriate (I’m on a Macbook), and a description of how it can help....
Earlier this week, fashion and beauty blogger Essen O’Neill abandoned a social media empire she’d built over the course of her teen years. Deleting her accounts on Tumblr and Snapchat, the young Australian edited captions for her Instagram photos to share the far less idealized reality behind them. In a video, O’Neill is visibly distressed as she talks about the emotional rollercoaster associated with tying your sense of identity and self-worth to follower counts, likes… Read More
So many handy tips to help you on your way this week! Hope it’s been a good one for you. How to Hire a Team to Help (Delegating Parts or the Whole of a Process to Someone Else) // Entrepreneur on Fire In episode 40 of the ProBlogger Podcast, Darren spoke about his 7 productivity [...]
Pulse 100 Blogs on LinkedIn: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly, and The TRUTH Pulse I left my job and started my own social marketing firm based on original content creation, branding via storytelling, and social media optimization.
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