How many times a day do you find yourself answering the same question? You can practically answer it in your sleep by now. Did you answer the question in person or was it by email or replying to a comment on an online post? Either way, you've already written a good chunk of a great email campaign or blog post just by answering that question everyone seems to have about your business.
LinkedIn, a Microsoft company, is quietly becoming a powerful tool. If you joined the business social network, prior to its sale to Microsoft, you've probably noticed the changes. These changes are adding power, to a tool that lacked punch. Read on to hear about the first crop of changes.
Holiday marketing? Yes, even if it is still warm outside, this is the ideal time to map out your holiday strategy. While things are a little slow, you can look at the calendar objectively. Plan promotions, schedule emails and social media posts and even revise your website so you can focus on your customers when the season is in full swing.
How many of you just LOVE reading charts, graphs, and other metrics reports? I’ll bet I didn’t get many raised hands but probably got a few rolled eyes. It surprises me how few people look at reports, but I hope that today's article changes your mind.
Hi, this Mark Mikelat from Building Aspirations and I am going to give you 7 email marketing content ideas. I have been an email marketing expert for two decades, and I have been helping businesses with their online marketing since 1995, including their email marketing. Email marketing is great. It is a powerful way to connect, but sometimes you don't know what to say. So, let me provide you, seven quick email marketing content ideas.
In a few days, the U.S. Open tennis tournament begins at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Queens, NY. This week, I visited the tennis center to watch the qualifying matches for players who didn’t make the main draw and also watch some of the superstars (like Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal) practice.
I love watching tennis - and I think there are lessons from tennis that can apply to presentation skills: