While A/B testing is important, that’s not where your testing should end. In this post, we explore the why and how to think outside the box and try some really radial ideas to get your marketing to stand out from the crowd.
Bring fun and laughter back into your marketing! Close relationships are built on laughter, fun, and enjoyment. In this post I give you four tips to make sure your marketing is fun and you bring the funny back into your content.
You might be missing out on connecting with the most valuable people reading your blogs – the ones who want to share it via Twitter. In this post I show you how to make sure your Twitter handle is enabled so you never miss an opportunity for connection again, since you’ll get auto-tagged with the share button.
Some of my best ideas come when I’m attending conferences. The energy is high, you’re surrounded by people who love marketing as much as you do (incredible, I know!), and you’re not constrained by the normal day-to-day operations of your job. It’s the ultimate cocktail for creative freedom. But, it can be easy to get…
Baby Goat Yoga was an event I recently attended and in this post I explore what elements made it great. 6 event marketing takeaways from Baby Goat Yoga – a case study!
In order to build authentic relationships with your customers (and potential customers) you have to create a trusting, transparent relationship. Part of that process is deliver difficult (or downright bad) news with grace. In this post I give you three tips to clearly communicating difficult news that will help you build a trusting, honest relationship with your customers or followers.
There’s a right way and a wrong way to use Instagram Stories. You should engage, converse with, and connect to your followers. Here’s how to use Instagram Stories to properly connect to users without overwhelming them.
I recently attending the Reno-Tahoe American Marketing Association Spring Marketing Workshop. Why would I keep all the amazing takeaways to myself?! In this post I go over the two keynote presentations and share with you the great advice I was lucky enough to learn.
Marketing takes time, effort, and a lot of help from others to do it well. In this post we explore techniques to use in order to build strong, internal relationships with coworkers in order to create a team dedicated to helping you with your connective marketing efforts.
Mistakes happen to everyone (Hey! We’re all human!) How you handle those mistakes makes a big difference. In this post we dive into reputation management and how to gracefully recover when you’ve made a public marketing mistake.