I'm not a fan of News Year's Resolutions. They seem like the worst possible way to set goals. It's an artificial, high-pressure way to set yourself up to fail.
There is a phrase that I see sometimes that really gets under my skin. I’ve been guilty of saying this at times, too so I’m not blameless.
This week is the Inbound Conference hosted by HubSpot and a few members of the SpinWeb team are here to learn from the best and engage in professional development to help our clients and our team.
Look, we need to stop over-analyzing the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
"Google+" is a ghost town!"
Email has been around for a gazilion years and almost everyone in the business world uses it on a daily basis.
You may recall my last post titled "Your admin assistant (or other non-marketing trained employee) is not your marketing director." Since publishing that, I've gotten some really great responses from people who have seen or been in situations like this and have thanked be for bringing this issue into the light.
Ok, I can’t take it anymore.
A lot of people seem to be up in arms over Facebook's move toward reducing the organic visibility of business pages. If you're not familiar with what's going on, head on over to the article "Facebook Admits Organic Reach Is Falling Short, Urges Marketers to Buy Ads" on AdvertisingAge for some background information.
Are you into goal-setting? Sure you are... every December I'm sure you reflect on the year, set goals for the next year, and then promptly forget about them by February 7th.
Michael regularly publishes email articles, blogs, and e-books that teach his readers how to do business and to communicate effectively using digital tools. But that's not all he does. Ask him about his hidden talent of ballroom dancing.
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