Yesterday I lost my iPhone. Here is the soap opera of my life that happened while trying to relocate it. Plus, a handy dandy spreadsheet for you in case you ever lose your phone and need to find it! Here goes….
I got off a client call and stashed my Otter Box-bound baby in my tote. Hopped on the Orange line, transferred to the Red line, jumped on the Green-Yellow line and pranced my sassy butt home. First thing when I get home, I turn on my iPhone and see if anybody tweeted me in the 30 minutes it takes me to ride metro. Read more »
SEO hacks, marketing tips, ducks in a fountain, Mr. Bacon, and more in the Be the Change 2013 Twitter Roundup! I’ve culled through my BTCE Twitter list and pulled out some of my favorite tweets from Suzanne Evans’ latest event in Orlando, Florida.
The following bite-sized knowledge bombs are full of business advice and tough love to help you feel like you were almost there. If you were in attendance, consider this a friendly reminder to get off your cute tush and keep on implementing.
Can YOU use Twitter at a conference to network with hotties and industry all stars? Will 140 characters really mean the difference between meeting a cold lead or making a friend and raving fan? Is a roundhouse kick to the ego all you need to start raking in big money like fallen leaves in October? If you can answer with a, “Hell yeah!” then we met at Suzanne Evans’ recent house party conference Be the Change on April 25-28, 2013.
900 kick butt and (mostly) female entrepreneurs gathered in Orlando, Florida for networking and tough love. When the grande dame says she’s gonna “love on you”, be prepared for a sharp and brilliantly insightful smack down.
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Before you post another update, does it pass the “mama” test? You spell check your work. Now you gotta “mama” check your work.
A recent study revealed that as much as 70% of Facebook users censor themselves before posting online. You probably do it, too, and didn’t even realize it! My little secret is something called the “Mama” test: a series of mama-proof questions to check myself before I ever hit “send”.
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Whenever I think about anything being digital, my mind goes wild about all things electronic. This is fitting for digital marketing, which combines the practices of marketing with digital components. With my marketing I use computers, smart phones, gaming consoles, tablets and digital billboards for my medium. While web-based marketing is a major component, this is not the only method of communicating with my potential customer base. So, what is digital marketing?
Back in the “slow ages”…
Before AOL made noise and Zip Disks were a thing—marketing was focused on communicating via television, radio, and print media. However, as we all know, this world it is a-changing. Read more »