It’s a common issue if you’re working for a small company or building your personal blog. You have a great idea about a post on social media, but you need the right visual. Good photos are hard to come by and sites like Shutterstock and iStock can be no viable option for your budget. There’s […]
Digital Strategy, Content Marketing, Growth, and Measurement
I spent a week in Berlin with the WordPress community for WordCamp Europe 2019. I wanted to share a bit more about my content planning workshop, but more importantly about teh event, the people, and the things that make WordCamps great.
I always hold my breath when I click the button to submit a speaker application. I lean forward in my seat, my heart beating just a bit quicker. Experience doesn’t seem to play a role – the excitement and anxiety cocktail doesn’t get any weaker. Those tumultuous emotions don’t have anything to do with how […]
Countless times, I need to write the same advice. It’s because countless times I get asked the same question. “What’s your advice for a person just starting their marketing career? What do I do – and how do I get a job?” So I decided to distill how to start in marketing with no experience […]
As a science geek, I’ve always been interested in the research part of marketing. This is why I was immediately drawn to Ana Reyes-Menendez in the lineup of the upcoming Innovation Explorer conference. She started her career in communications some 10 years ago and then went into the world of science to search for marketing […]
Dan Ramsden is the Creative Director for User experience architecture at the BBC. He designs experiences for a living. He’s quick to note, though, that everyone does that. Dan leads a team of information architects who are committed to making the BBC’s tools, content and experiences more meaningful and connected. This sounds like a hard […]