Welcome to the “kitchen sink” area of the website.
That may sound odd, coming from someone who says a blog is the most important part of your website, but it’s also what you make of it!
In addition to finding content marketing tips and tricks, I’ll also post news, events, and other updates here. Be sure to check back often, as you never know what I’ll be up to next!
August 21, 2018
Beginning your eBook
I discussed the benefits of having an eBook on a recent episode of the DisContent podcast. There are many merits to putting your knowledge in print. Among the important reasons for producing an eBook, expanding your audience, positioning yourself as an expert, and making money from the sale of your …
August 16, 2018
Where to find royalty-free photos for your blog
Pictures make everything pretty: including your blog posts. Adding a nice featured image to each post will decrease the chances of someone scrolling on by your post when you share your links to social media. However, you can’t just jump on the Internet and download any picture for your personal …
August 14, 2018
Why you can’t rely solely on social media
When I first meet business professionals who are interested in digital marketing, their questions almost always surround how to get seen on the first page of Google or building their Facebook following to thousands of page likes. They’re almost always surprised to find out that Facebook is merely a conduit …
August 9, 2018
I’ve always been hypercompetitive: but you’d never know it
While recently training on the treadmill for a fitness test I started thinking about something I’ve always done at times throughout my many years of athletics: push myself harder. I’ve never been satisfied unless I’ve known I’ve given something my best. I’m never content with where am I and always …
August 7, 2018
Facebook isn’t the only social media platform you should be on
Believe it or not, I get asked to “post this on Facebook” more often than you’d think. I’m not sure if the word “Facebook” has become synonymous with social media in that way that we now “Google” things or when we used to “Xerox” copies, but that question sometimes makes …