marketing

How To Make Your Content Work Harder

How To Make Your Content Work Harder

Creating content, especially in-depth, researched content like infographics, ebooks, or videos, takes work. Constantly generating new piece of content after new piece of content takes a significant amount of your time, your energy, and in many cases, your money.

It doesn't have to be that hard. Here's how to make your content work harder for you. >>

Having a Side Hustle Means Changing Your Mindset

Having a Side Hustle Means Changing Your Mindset

"Side hustling" is something I'm interested in. After all, writing and blogging is my side hustle! I spoke to some folks who've had success managing their day jobs and their passions to learn more about how they switch between them and tips they might have. Here's what I learned>>

Use This Template to Build Your Next Marketing Strategy

Use This Template to Build Your Next Marketing Strategy

It’s an often-overused metaphor that startups involve building an airplane while trying to fly it. That’s because startups get a bad rap for being risky, sometimes haphazard, ventures. And while it’s true that joining a startup can be risky, it’s really only as risky as the strategies you put in place. Here's my template for a no-fail marketing strategy. >>

5 Marketing Lessons I Learned in 2017

5 Marketing Lessons I Learned in 2017

This year was a year of change. Of failure. Of anxiety-inducing news cycles. But hopefully it was a year of growth for you as it was for me. I changed roles, changed jobs, traveled the world, and learned a whole lot along the way. Here's the top 5 marketing lessons I learned that will inform how I approach marketing, the universe, and everything in 2018. >>

What I Learned From My First Whiteboard Wednesday

What I Learned From My First Whiteboard Wednesday

At Privy, we decided to consolidate the most important concepts of on-site conversion into two minute videos. Being on camera for the first time in a while can give anyone the jitters. After 14 takes and a lot of curse words, here's what I learned for my first Whiteboard Wednesday. >>