Jun 29 2015, 03:00 AM by Dorothy Le
Every company has some sort of tech wiz or go-to computer person to handle all things computer-related … that is if the company is already established and can afford to have their own tech guy. When you are starting out your small business for the first time, you are forced to wear almost the hats: owner, designer, accountant, administration, sales, and yes, even the tech guy.
Posted in New Features & Updates
Jun 26 2015, 03:00 AM by Andy Shore
This week we had former Big Brother
contestant and current web series host of The Weather Channel's Brain Storm
and his own Nickipedia
… Nick Uhas! He offered some amazing advice on following the path presented to you and taking opportunities as they come. We decided to ask some of our other favorite YouTube hosts for their best tips and advice, as well as some things people might not know about doing what they do. Here are some of our favorites.
Posted in Social Media
Jun 25 2015, 03:00 AM by Shireen Qudosi
Having sat with my developer a week ago, trying to drum up ideas for copywriting our email marketing pop-ups for my personal blog, I discovered one small crippling fact. Even though I’m a professional writer, email marketing and marketing manager, I was at a bit of a loss on how to best copy write our email subscription pop-up. And then I thought, if this is what I’m experiencing, then how many of you out there are facing the same problem?
Posted in Email Tips
Jun 24 2015, 03:00 AM by Shireen Qudosi
Email marketing pop-ups are for emails what mobile design was for websites. In a nutshell, it’s optional but it’s also smart business that drives performance and engagement. We’ve all come across the pop up we receive when we visit a site, but unlike mobile for web, there’s more than just one way design your email subscription pop-ups.
Posted in Email Tips
Jun 23 2015, 03:00 AM by Andy Shore
You ask Nick Uhas how he wound up on Big Brother
and you first hear about how he started wrestling in Junior High, competitive roller blading and how he crashed a fraternity leadership summit in Mexico. Somehow, it turns into a story of following the path presented to you and gaining confidence in your strengths. This is without a doubt our longest episode to date, but also one of the best ones to listen to for anyone looking to take the leap and pursue your passions.
Posted in Benchmark Series & Contests, Heart of Business