The Big Bang Theory is a show many of us loved for a decade. The episode where Penny’s car finally gives up the ghost is a memorable one. As she explained, the red engine light came on….but she just ignored it and the car kept driving. And really, many of us do just that.
By now you’re probably quite aware that marketing has become a visual game. The days when we could just post text are over. These days it’s all about video, GIFs and wonderful photographs.
Not long ago, photographs took front stage in marketing; now video is quickly outpacing images. That’s
We’re halfway through July, and I’m thinking there’s a few of you who have had time to reflect on what 2019 has been like so far. And it’s likely that some of you are thinking “I need some help!”
Maybe you’ve realized how many tasks you really can delegate…and it’s possible you’re considering hiring a virtual assistant (VA).
If that’s the case, read on.
Earlier this month I had the
If you’re taking stock of what’s happened between January and June, spend some time thinking about the tasks that you don’t love. The stuff you put off until it’s critical. The tasks you might not be best at, and perhaps resent doing.
I’m willing to bet some of those fall in the “marketing”
This month I’m thinking about all the events we business owners attend…and the many promotional items that are given away. Most are very safe, “true-and-tried” choices. So when some new clever, innovative products show up, they stand out.
Here’s a few that have stuck with me:
Years ago I attended a health and