The rollercoaster that was 2016 kicked into high gear in 2017. We had influencer debacles courtesy of Kendall Jenner, “unsafe skies” (ahem United Airlines), and even a music festival that was eerily like Lord of the Flies. With all this fodder, we had plenty of material to work with and infuse into our blog posts.
Keeping teams on task can be cumbersome, especially when you’re juggling multiple projects and managing remote employees. Effective project management is essential, but the days of sticky notes and hard copy memos to keep everyone in the loop no longer cut it.
Some decisions are easy to make (ahem Chipotle vs leftovers). But when it comes to your digital marketing strategy, choosing the right tools for your campaign isn’t always so simple. When deciding between pay per click (PPC) and pay per call, you might find yourself at a crossroads.
In digital marketing, memes are often a go-to method of injecting a little levity into an otherwise dry piece of content. They’re also a great way to foster social engagement, encouraging your audience to like, reshare, and comment.
When 2016 ended we were all hopeful. “It’s finally over,” we all shouted (and sighed) in relief. But little did we know that 2017 would bring another rollercoaster year of changes. In addition to political drama, fake news, and celeb deaths, 2017 gifted us with some of the worst ads in recent memory.
As 2018 rapidly approaches, some of you may be looking for a change in the new year. Perhaps you’re seeking a new position in your field or starting to look at internship applications. As you read through job listings posted all over the web, you start to notice a common desired trait: excellent communication skills.
Starting an online business can be a great source of income. Unlike traditional brick-and-mortar stores, ecommerce allows you to reach consumers all over the world. On top of that, you can even generate revenue in your sleep. Pretty awesome, right?