Sandbox Etiquette: 5 Playground Lessons Social Media Marketers Can Take to Heart
Now truthfully, I haven’t been away from the playground for quite as long as many of my wiser marketing peers; however, from my short time in the industry thus far, I’ve found that a lot of valuable lessons we learned as kids in the schoolyard can be applied to things we do every day. 1. Sharing is Caring For starters, sharing is caring. It seems obvious, but when it comes
The Weekly Compete Pulse
Spring officially arrived this week, and the Compete team had a great adventure to New York city for Search Engine Strategies. We got to talk with a lot of online marketers there, and we definitely picked up some good marketing tips. Check out some of this week’s news articles that we read and found interesting for online marketers. World Poetry Day was on Monday. Did you celebrate? Many people took
Optimizing Your Personal Branding With Microblogs
WordPress, Tumblr, Posterious, oh my! Every day it seems like a new platform emerges. How many do we really need? Better question is: how many do I really need? According to the Unique Visitors to Tumblr and Posterious, a lot of us think we need them! I have accounts to all three platforms and I’m realizing the need to start thinking about blogging like I think about the e-mail marketing
What're you doing at work all day, bro?
Each day millions of America sit down at their desks to days filled with continuous hard work without end"¦ or maybe they take a break or two.. I recently had a conversation with one of my male friends about his web-surfing habits at work. He told me about a site that is grabbing the attention of the hard working, “office” man — barstoolsports.com. After learning their slogan: "By the common