This is brilliant oldie but goodie. In case you were ever wondering which social media to use for what, here’s a cute and quick summary. From Visually.
This article first appeared on my site in 2008, but the information is as good today as it was then. Perhaps reviewing these steps will help you up your copywriting game! -tkc By Judy Murdoch (c) 2008 Highly Contagious Marketing Until … Continue reading →
It would be impossible for me to list every single artist out there who is doing marketing right, but I want to point out a few who I follow and tell you why I admire (and endorse) their approaches. Michael … Continue reading →
Three? Only three points, Tracey? That seems absurdly simple! Well, it is. 1. Be open to new ideas. Watch the artists you love or whose work resonates with you. What are they doing to market themselves? This could be anything … Continue reading →
the best laid plans… sorry for being MIA, kids. we had a death in the family and honestly, the last thing I want to do when I’m sad is to blog. I’m still sad, but a little better equipped to serve … Continue reading →
Boy, March sure has flown right by, hasn’t it? One day Facebook is announcing that all biz pages are moving to Timeline and the next thing you know, that day is tomorrow. What?! You say. What happens tomorrow, Tracey? Tomorrow, Facebook … Continue reading →
Frequent readers of my blog know that I love email marketing and I especially love using iContact for all of my clients’ newsletters and email blasts. Now I love iContact even more… Introducing iContact Free Edition My fellow entrepreneurs, you … Continue reading →
The other day, I parked in the Office Max lot next to a white mini van. The owner of that mini van is a genius and inspired this blog post. She had a magnetized sign for her business on the … Continue reading →
Here’s a new video from my heroes at Hubspot. I highly recommend that you attend Thursday’s webinar How to Use Online Video for Inbound Marketing. I attended this class a while back and it was highly entertaining and informative.
I love this speech from Brian Halligan, CEO of Hubspot. He explains why we’re on the precipice of a new way of marketing. Watch this. Then get out there and try something new.