6 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Hire a Freelancer
What the Hell is a Funnel, and Why do Marketing and Sales Professionals Need to Master Them?
Despite my enthusiasm, not everyone should hire a freelancer or consultant.
There are certain tasks for which an outsourced, part-time consultant is not your best choice. You might be better served by making a full-time hire if, for example, your growth goals are particularly aggressive, you need internal processes developed, or your strategy requires a lot of tactical execution.
Check out 6 reasons you shouldn’t hire a consultant.
Tips for Content Marketers Ripped from Role-Playing Games
Funnel hacking is a big buzzword in digital marketing and sales circles. It’s frankly been the next big thing for a few years now. Promoted by Russell Brunson and ClickFunnels, more and more jobs are looking to hire funnel hackers. A quick search on Indeed.com brought up 42 jobs in Manhattan alone, with 6 offering salaries of $120k+. A similar search for just “funnel” alone brings in 184 jobs.
Why Twitter is Important for SEO
Whether you’re just starting out or have been running content campaigns for years, it’s critical to remain creative, research what the competition is doing, and know what’s going on in the industry. Impromptu storytelling keeps your reflexes sharp. Learn more about how D&D makes me a better content marketer.
Twitter is still struggling to make its way in the era of Big Facebook. That doesn’t mean that you should ignore a platform with 330 million monthly active users. Twitter is a great source for sharing breaking news, working with influencers and media, and using hashtags.