Build it and they will come!…eventually.
It takes a while to build an audience for a new blog—one to two years seems to be the average. Most people bow out in the building phase because it ain’t easy! But if you stick with it, succeed you will.
Was it just me, or did you see Christmas decorations for sale in September this year? Part of me mourned for Halloween and Thanksgiving getting pushed to the side like holiday wannabes, but the marketer in me started prepping my game face.
And looking at the number of Rafflecopter giveaways created lately, I’d say a lot of you are ready to party, too.
Rafflecopter PSA: if you’re running a Facebook giveaway with the entry option “visit us on Facebook”, you may want to reconsider.
Although it may seem counterintuitive, sometimes the best thing you can do to optimize your giveaway on Facebook is to not include an entry option for Facebook. Sounds crazy, right? I’ll explain.
Once you’ve tasted the sweet nectar of remote work, you’ll never go back to the tyranny of an office job.
I was once enslaved by a cubicle. I put a lot of effort into decorating that cubicle, but not even my colorful travel photos could improve the scenery. Everything was beige. And beige with fluorescent lighting is not a good look. It was very Office Space-y.
Sweepers. The infamous internet gangsters. Opportunists lurking in the background waiting for their chance to pounce on prizes they don’t deserve.