“Picture this: your campaign is set, content is great, the boss is happy and the launch is imminent. Awesome, right? But what about your social strategy?”
“Reputation. What all high schoolers fear, PR professionals make money on, and marketers must pay special attention to — especially when it comes to email.”
I have made it, it’s been a full seven- well, five days of working with a standing desk, and its been, in a word, awesome.
First, some background, I have always had pretty bad posture. Between a heavy backpack, playing field hockey and long hours at work, my shoulders seem to have taken up residence right next to my ears. I have spent the last five months working at a sitting desk, in a job where I am required to be alert, focused, communicative, and working on multiple projects at one time.
LinkedIn. The most useful social network you absolutely have to be on, but no one (barring my sales and recruiting) ever uses. Right?
LinkedIn often gets a bad wrap from young and mature adults alike since it produces less useful content than Buzzfeed, less stimulation than Twitter and more restrictions than Facebook. Hm. Tricky boat for a social network to be in.
I guess it’s time I finally announce that I have accepted a new position with Online Marketing SaaS company HubSpot, and I am totally psyched about the adventure. As it happens, the way start-ups go my previous employer could no longer find the money to fund my position (ouch) and I had to spend a while job searching, but here is why this is the best thing that ever happened to me.
American Airlines. The Best I’ve Ever Had.
People often aske me, as someone in the customer business, what’s the best customer service experience I’ve ever had, and why?