When I worked for an agency, guess who got to do a lot of pre-launch and post-launch checklists for websites? You guessed it, me. That’s okay; I’m a stickler about getting all the boxes marked; however, over time, I learned others didn’t see the value. Anyway, we had some fairly mundane things to do, like making sure the timezone was correct, adding something for the website title in the settings. Something that would come up regularly was what to put in the tagline. If you didn’t know, the WordPress dashboard has a place in the settings to add a tagline.
There’s a lot of content created every day — and most of it gains almost no attention. Austin Mullins, Copyblogger Ten years ago I had just moved back to my home state. I lived in a larger city in a state to the west for over 13 years but moved home to start over. It was a tough time. Finding a job seemed impossible. Nevertheless, I landed a job with a car dealership. They would pay me a salary the first month while I got up to speed. Then I found out that it was all about chasing people who
Today I wanted to list a few blog posts that I find helpful in this world of digital marketing. Everyone has their own idea of what is a great blog. My idea of a great digital marketing blog includes articles with lots of great resources, good writing, good examples, and illustrations, and they offer the first-hand experience of working with the craft. Certainly, there is the usual list of popular digital marketing blogs. Some of these may be in those lists, some of these may not. Nevertheless, these are the ones I chose for this article. So, here is my
You have met that guy. I know you have. All he does is talk about himself. In fact, he might, metaphorically, beat his chest to tell you how good he is. Maybe he’s trying to convince himself. These days he may refer to himself as a guru. I think Sara Bareilles wrote about him in her song King of Anything. If you aren’t familiar with the song, you can read the lyrics here and you can watch the video here. Well, that is how some About pages end up being, just like that guy. He is the guy Bareilles writes