With everyone glued to their phones 24/7, small talk seems like a fate worse than death. You mention the idea of small talk to anyone & they usually respond with something like, “ugh, I hate small talk. It’s just so awkward.” Why does it have to be like that?
As a creativepreneur running a business and a blog, my days are never the same. I am constantly being pulled in five thousand directions, and doing a million and one things at once. When you are constantly on the go and overwhelmed with work, it can sometimes be hard to get motivated.
So, you have your own business, and you know your product is the best. The only thing is, you need to convince your potential customers that it is better than your competitors. Business is a competition, that's just how it is. It's nothing personal, unless you're Michael Scott.
The big question small business owners are constantly asking themselves: Should I make an Instagram account? With over 300 million users, Instagram has quickly become a huge opportunity for small businesses to visually connect with people all around the world. But, if you’re going to add Instagram into your business marketing strategy, you’re going to want it to be top-notch!
I am an only child, but I have always had a fourth family member living with me, my mom, and my dad. No, it wasn’t another human or a pet, it was a pager. I grew up with first responder parents. My father is a volunteer firefighter and EMT, and my mother is a volunteer EMT with the local First Aid Squad. With all the tragedies happening to first responders around the country, I want to shed some light on what it’s like being a child from a first responder household.
Linkedin is a powerful tool when used properly. It allows you to search for jobs, make connections with like minded people, join groups, and publish original content. But in the fast paced world of social media, millennials are leaving Linkedin behind. Why?
Everyone is always seeing #hashtags all over social media, specifically Twitter and Instagram. It’s a prominent part of tech culture- you basically have to live under a rock to have never heard that word before. I mean, even my Grandma knows about the hashtag!
This week on the blog we’ve been discussing snapchat - 10 reasons to be on snapchat today & make your own snapchat geo filter. Today, I thought I would complete this mini series with a post on how to add snapchat to your marketing strategy.
If you’re a snapchat addict like myself, you are no stranger to the snap chat filters. It’s hands down the best update of any app to date! I literally can’t send a snap now without one, and I find myself anxious to check out the new filters added daily. Does this sound like you too?
When Snapchat first launched in 2011, it wasn’t until 2013 when the co-founders turned down a $3 billion offer from Facebook when people really paid it attention. Following, many tech experts were left wondering what brought on their decision to decline such an offer.