Blog words and stuff
Every year I do a “3 words” exercise that was introduced to me by Chris Brogan. It’s much better (in...
I’m a big believer in goals. However, I hate the typical New Year’s resolution style goals like “lose 20 pounds” or “go to the gym every day.” Those don’t really work for me.
I know a lot of companies that are very proud of their culture. They talk about perks like “beer Fridays” and fun company events that get everyone together for fun and camaraderie.
I'm not a fan of News Year's Resolutions. They seem like the worst possible way to set goals. It's an artificial, high-pressure way to set yourself up to fail.
There is a phrase that I see sometimes that really gets under my skin. I’ve been guilty of saying this at times, too so I’m not blameless.
This week is the Inbound Conference hosted by HubSpot and a few members of the SpinWeb team are here to learn from the best and engage in professional development to help our clients and our team.
Email has been around for a gazilion years and almost everyone in the business world uses it on a daily basis.
You may recall my last post titled "Your admin assistant (or other non-marketing trained employee) is not your marketing director."
Marketing is not just some fluffy, easy, "I can pick this up in a week or two" skill. It’s not an afterthought. It is the lifeblood of your business.