Picture an employee who is punctual, efficient, and doesn’t mind odd or long hours. And the best part: they don’t care about picking up a paycheck every two weeks.
“‘Illusion!’ he told himself. Clever optical devices, not reality... To his eyes the ground was mossy verdure; to his touch it was merely a thin hotel carpet.”
Almost every high school English teacher has the same sign on their wall. It says some version of “Let’s eat Grandma vs. Let’s eat, Grandma: Punctuation Saves Lives!” As cheesy as that sign is, its sentiment, that grammar and punctuation really do matter, rings true in the business world.
Trying to understand the ins-and-outs of pay per click advertising (PPC) can be overwhelming, and leave you feeling like you just left a three-hour seminar on astrophysics.
76% of marketers share curated content on social media. Curated content increases brand visibility and audience engagement, but curating that content can be daunting.
It seems appealing to gain hundreds to thousands of followers for just a small price and a short waiting period. We all want more followers, right? But buying followers is not the smartest (or most beneficial) way to build your brand. Websites that sell these so-called “followers” are sketchy and aren't worth the trouble.
With so many rules, styles, and quirks, writing can be tricky. It’s easy to get your thoughts jumbled up or make grammatical mistakes. But when business is involved, your writing chops can either bring in customers or send them scrambling away.
Facebook is an abyss of cute animal videos, political tirades, memes, and nosy relatives. It’s always been easy to scroll mindlessly through posts for way longer than intended... until now.
If you’re in the digital marketing space, you know monitoring your metrics is extremely important (even if it’s not always fun). You rely on data to quantify your work and measure your success. One way of evaluating your website’s performance is by keeping track of your bounce rate.
Last year 114 million people, or nearly one-third of Americans, watched the Super Bowl. These numbers make the game prime-time for advertisers and marketers. Because of this, commercial slots during the event are reportedly setting advertisers back $5 million, excluding production costs.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is nothing new. It’s been in the works since 2016 when the European Union (EU) drafted legislation to regulate consumer privacy. But for U.S. companies, the deadline to get on board is fast approaching. They have until May 25, 2018 to update their current policies and ensure compliance.