As a Pinterest influencer and ambassador with nearly one million followers, I’ve taught several classes about using Pinterest as an effective marketing tool. Through teaching and various account management consulting, one problem I’ve identified with most clients is their Pinterest profile does not embody the essence of their brand. To remedy this, here are some tips and tricks to try before you even open your browser:
Do you wish your posts would get seen by more people? The way to get seen on Facebook is simple: Get better “engagement.”
Engagement is a metric Facebook uses to judge the quality of your page. It is measured by actions users take with the content you post. Specifically, they measure reactions (likes,) comments, clicks, playing sound (for video,) length of interaction, and shares among other things. It’s no coincidence that better engagement for you equals more advertising
However, as with all marketing strategies, content marketing has evolved through the years. Marketing technology, artificial intelligence, and even changes in buying decisions all played a part transforming content marketing into a sophisticated and complex media outlet.
To keep up with the changes and maximize opportunities, it is
I’m passionate about being a surface pattern designer and sharing my story. I’m completely self taught and want to you to know that if being a surface pattern designer is a dream of yours, you can do it, too. Today, I’m sharing with you my top 10 tips for how to become a surface pattern designer. They are things that helped me a long the way and I believe in them wholeheartedly. If this gets you excited, be sure to check outfor my in-depth training course here.
Creativity, by definition, can’t fit inside a stereotypical box. Yet, both creativity and entrepreneurship are often surrounded by myths that prevent would-be business leaders from even taking the first step.
The very idea of creativity is unfettered, and yet the concept is often placed in a box with well-defined edges. Creatives are writers, photographers, designers, artists — not programmers or scientists. Try