My 14-year-old daughter said she feels like we’re living in a book but don’t know we’re living in a book. I feel like we’re living in a movie and somebody pressed “pause.” I can only say that because my husband, three teens, two dogs, and myself are safely “sheltering at home.” But all we have […]
Need to improve your content marketing, but don’t have the resources to invest in best practices? You’re not alone. SMBs and solopreneurs need practical, actionable advice. Discover 9 content marketing strategy steps you can implement right now to supercharge your content.
Bare-bones content marketing: How to do the best you can with what you’ve got. Content marketing “best practices” can be intimidating, especially if you’re starting from zero. Learn how even the smallest businesses can use bare-bones content marketing to accomplish their goals.
My article on the nDash blog cuts through theory to focus on the main things content marketers can do right now to begin their journey toward GDPR compliance.
Content marketing best practices are great for expanding your skills and staying on top of your game. But not everyone can afford them. And, even if you can, they may not be a good fit. When it comes to content marketing, do the best you can with what you have.
“Content marketing” comes in many shapes and sizes: blog posts, social media updates, infographics, memes, gifs, videos, white papers, emails, e-books, podcasts, etc. If there’s some way a given type of communication can be used to further a company’s business goals, you can be sure that somebody is doing it — and doing it well. […]
If you’re a small business, I’ve got some good news for you: There’s a whole crew of potential raving fans out there, ready to support you in any way they can. In a survey conducted by UPS: 41% of respondents said they’d rather support a small business over its larger counterpart — even if prices […]
My three kids are close in age. As in really close — all three were born in under three years, and the younger two are only 11 months apart. I still remember how overwhelmed I felt with a newborn, an unsteady walker, and a very stubborn toddler. Forget teaching my babies to sign; I was too busy changing […]