A good friend of mine advised that “Marketing is a bit science, and a bit art”. This was wonderful advice, though not all things that I’ve heard be told about Digital Marketing have been as wise. Because most marketers aren’t coming to me with poor advice, below are some common misconceptions I’ve heard clients repeat
Businesses, in general, exist for two main reasons: to generate new customers and to keep customers for the “long haul”. Now, there are a lot of ways to get new customers. In the not so distant past, the only way to this was through outbound marketing (newspaper, magazine, billboards, ads, TV and radio airtime, and
Working remote is high in demand. We are seeing it priority in requests from applicants, and with the economy as seeker-friendly as it is, telecommuting has become a benefit companies are matching. Studies show that one of the leading reasons employees leave for a new company is to accept an opportunity to work remote.
If you’ve read the “Outliers” by Malcolm Gladwell, you’ll recognize the value of 10,000 hours. If you haven’t, let me catch you up with a synopsis. A common theme that appears throughout Outliers is the “10,000-Hour Rule”, based on a study by Anders Ericsson. Gladwell claims that greatness requires enormous time, using the source of The Beatles’ musical
There’s a good chance you know about the legendary seven wonders of the world: there are the Great Pyramids of Giza, the Hanging Gardens of Babylon and the Roman Colosseum, among many other impressive man-made feats. However, did you know that there is actually an eighth wonder of the world, and this eighth wonder isn’t