Marketing folk already know that building a community in today’s world typically refers to building an online community. Online communities are an essential piece of any good marketing strategy, and many companies use social media to accomplish this. However, I still believe that an online community is only one piece of the overall marketing puzzle…. Continue reading
Not all emails are created equally, and the rule is even truer for eNewsletters. These newsletters, though, are emails I actually look forward to reading. They help me start my day feeling a little more informed, sometimes even inspired! The Skimm I may have mentioned my love for theSkimm in last year’s top tech tools… Continue reading
Happy January! You may remember that this time last year, I shared 14 online tools that make life so much easier. In the spirit of making your 2017 better (because, let’s face it, 2016 was a trainwreck in so many ways), I wanted to share with you 9 of my favorite tech tools. I use… Continue reading
Can you believe that it’s 2016 already? In the spirit of New Year’s resolutions and entering 2016 with a fresh start, I’ve put together my go-to list of free online tools and online productivity apps to give you the jumpstart you need to make this year your most impressive yet! Read the Good Stuff, and… Continue reading
On October 24th, 2015, my interview with Dave Lorenz and Michelle Grinnell aired on the Travel Michigan Radio Show. To listen, click on the Souncloud link below and cue it up to the 29:20 mark.
At Centre Technologies, I plan a lot demand generation events designed to attract new leads to our business. Guidebook.com recently interviewed me about my event marketing tactics, and how we track our process. Read Event Marketing is Great, But Where are the Conversions? on Guidebook.com to get the scoop!
The amazing Natalie Burg recently interviewed me for an article on Forbes.com: “Millennials Aren’t That Different After All“. Don’t think you can stand one more article about how millennials are so special and will change everything about the workplace? You don’t have to. After years of the terrifying battle cry, “The millennials are coming! The millennials… Continue reading
There are a lot of weird things about living in Texas, but we’ll just start with these five: 1.) Kolaches – A kolache (pronounced ko-la-chee) is a breakfast staple in Texas. Prior to moving to Houston, I had never heard of the delicacy, much to the chagrin of my coworkers, but it apparently originated in… Continue reading
Tim Nekritz reached out to me via Twitter last week, asking if he could email me a few questions about The Awesome Mitten in preparation for #HEWebMI. “If you’re even looking for a great example of how a website can celebrate and promote an entire region or state, you can point to AwesomeMitten.com. So with HighEdWeb Michigan (#hewebmi)… Continue reading
I’ve been using the Samsung Galaxy S3 for a little over 48 hours, and I’m having mixed feelings on the Android phone. It’s difficult to make the switch – not because Apple was better than Android, but because learning an entirely new way of doing things takes some getting used to. There have been no… Continue reading