The nice folks at Skilled.co made up a pretty cool infographic called “115 Must Know Facts about Social Media” with a bunch of facts about social media. I always love information like this. This is the type of stuff that may not be useful right this second, but it’s valuable information to be utilized at some point in your endeavors. Check it out:
I came across an article from Entrepreneur titled, “5 Ways to Make Your Online Ads More Clickable” and I thought to myself, “These are just as important to any type of ads.” Whether it be print, radio or online ads. I encourage you read through the article for some things to remember / inspire you with you next advertisement.
It’s easy to get deflated in business. Sometimes it’s hard to bounce back. There are many reasons why your ideas, goals and brainstorms might get shot down (or shut down) in a work environment. I’ve always compared it to “letting your cup run dry“. Whether you’re tired of doing work that gets unrecognized, get your ideas brushed under the rug, or even passed by. There’s only a certain amount of…let’s call enthusiasm you can muster before it’s all gone; and in turn, you’re cup runs dry. Some people call it getting burned out; and the outcome can make lose your passion for what you do.
Jeffrey Hedquist is back to give you another quip about keeping your advertising simple!
Jeff is primarily a ‘radio guy’ and writes about radio advertising, but almost every article he writes can be related to pretty much any advertising medium. Todays post has to do with making sure the first 5 seconds of your commercial is the most impactful. I’ll let Jeff explain…
I ran across an article from Entrepreneur titled “3 SEO Tips to Help Your PR Content Rank Highly With Google’s Latest Update.” It’s from August 2015, but I don’t see how it’s any less relevant now.
Why I Don’t ‘Sell’ Anything
I don’t know…maybe I’m fooling myself. Maybe I’m trying to change a perception to fit my reality. I sincerely don’t believe in ‘selling’ anything. I believe I have a set of skills and talents. This particular set of skills (or product) can help someone who is without these talents (or a product.) A set of skills that will be mutually beneficial for both parties involved. I don’t believe in ‘tricking’ them or taking advantage of them. I just want to find a perfect ‘fit.’
Hey guys. It’s been a little bit since my last post. I thought I would get back ‘on the wagon’ (or off the wagon…whichever one it is.)
Todays rant is all about Salespeople. I was a sales person for a number of years and there’s a few conclusions I came up with. Instead of going on a rant about everything I dislike about sales, I thought I would write about what I actually like about sales.