The luster of digital transformation and social media has largely worn off, and most marketers are pretty darn stuck. What’s getting in the way?
I spent 30 days off of Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. It was enlightening and eye-opening. Here’s what I learned.
Finding your digital comfort zone isn’t always easy. Luckily, I’ve got a quick-read ebook that will help you navigate your personal and professional balance in the online world.
The unprecedented nature of our current climate in America makes me not only believe it’s okay to sit with some discomfort in your social media feeds right now, but it’s essential. Here’s why I’m okay with politics in my stream.
Being the voice and face of a company is hard. Especially today. You’re always “on”, and brands and companies need many people within their organizations to serve – whether officially or unofficially – as part of the online voice of the brand, more today than ever before. So how can YOU be that person?
A friend asked me the other day how I decide what to share online, and what not to. He’d noticed that I started talking more and more about stuff outside of work and marketing: mental health, the dog rescue work I do, my personal experiences and values and beliefs. So here’s a bit about why I’ve chosen to be open and honest online, and what that experience has been like.