If you’re used to working a normal schedule job in an office environment, transitioning to working from home can be a difficult adjustment. Here are some tips and strategies I’ve learned to make the most of having a home office.
Digital marketing is constantly changing. What’s working one year may be obsolete the next. And what’s unheard of one year could be the norm for the next.
For 2020, these are the marketing trends that I see will be most important to pay attention to and adapt. Some have been slowly growing for years and are reaching a tipping point. Others came out of nowhere due to advancements in technology.
You may not be able to adopt all of them, but find the trends that will best match your brand’s growth strategy for 2020.
Building a business and building a brand are different things. The first is more transactional and the latter is more relational. While business is about selling a product, branding is about selling an idea, a story, a lifestyle. Building a brand requires capturing hearts, creating culture, and cultivating a tribe. It’s less about the operation …
We’ll take a look at 5 popular contact form WordPress plugins that are freemium – they have a basic free version with paid upgrades. These are all plugins I’ve used – it’ll be Jotform vs Jetpack vs Ninja Forms vs Formidable Forms vs WPForms. What is a Freemium Plugin, and Why? Freemium is a term …
Branding is one of those things that’s hard to define and measure, but is absolutely essential for building a business that will last. When people think of branding, what usually comes to mind is a logo, colors, maybe a catchphrase.
But branding goes so much deeper. It’s about how people think about you, why they think about you, and how often they think about you. That translates into how they talk about you.
If you create a social media schedule, you’ll be a lot more likely to succeed in your online marketing.
Most businesses starting out on social media try to post as much as they can, or simply whenever they can. Sometimes they post whenever something comes to them. That’s a recipe for failure.
Being successful on social media (getting actual revenue from your marketing efforts, not just likes) requires consistency and commitment. That starts with creating a schedule that you can follow.
Here’s how to get started.