Although Matthew McConaughey put some captivating life material in this book, it is hardly its strong point. I’ll waste no words on the introduction and say it upfront – “Greenlights” is beautifully written.
“Why We Sleep” is a fabulous adventure on the realms that we cannot consciously experience because we are not there; we are sleeping!
Transferring knowledge to an audience of adults may be challenging. We need to understand the specifics and come up with a winning approach. Most adults have busy lives, and learning requires even more attention and energy. Take a look at these eight rules that will help you deliver.
LinkedIn rolled out #Stories in October, and everyone was curious with relatively low enthusiasm. They don’t say it, but they think it: Instagram does it best with little to no chance for any other platform to equal them. Agreed, but when LinkedIn enters the equation, we need to shift the mindset: are businesses and professionals going to find any value in the newly launched #Stories on LinkedIn?
Don’t judge a book by its cover, they say. “Reasons to Stay Alive” sounds dramatic, and, fair enough, you’ll be witnessing a journey that is, at times, heartbreaking. My overall experience with this book is positive, though, informative, unique by its approach. I feel it speaks equally to people who face depression and to those who are close to someone fighting it.
I wish I had this book in hardcover to make side notes, underline, mark phrases and ideas, and make it look like it’s been to war. But I couldn’t educate my patience; I wanted to read it the minute it was available for sale. And I did. It took longer to write about it but there you go.
An experienced digital marketer and content strategist, Robert Katai not only is hosting his own podcast but shouting out loud and evangelizing the benefits of this emerging type of media. The podcast is past its buzzword days and Robert shows us how to work with it to generate attention, engagement and revenue.
John Espirian built a large community around his personal brand on LinkedIn in recent years. Being the “relentlessly helpful copywriter”, he offers knowledge and practical advice for B2B writers & marketers all over the world. And this interview is no exception. Read, learn & enjoy!
I’m not afraid of a robot replacing me tomorrow, but here is how I choose to see things: I want to make friends with the machine; to make sure I’m knowledgeable enough to tell it what to do and get the best business outcomes.
App marketing is arguably the coolest branch of digital marketing. Join Eliza, an experienced practitioner who is giving us the grand tour sharing the know-how, strategies and 2019 trends. Learn what app marketers do and what it takes to become one.