Learn how I found the more rewarding activity that combined volunteering and my dog.
I've been in theatre my entire life. At age three, my mother put me in a tutu, as I pranced around a dance recital stage. When I was seven, she started driving me to New York City for off-off Broadway show auditions. In the summers of my preteen years, my mom would wake me… Continue reading How Theatre Makes You a Stronger Person
My husband is not a content marketer. He’s not on Twitter. His LinkedIn page exists because it’s as much of a staple as his white t-shirts. My husband is a videographer, an editor, and a director of photography. Working with multiple clients as a freelancer, he balances a roster of amazingly diverse clients from nonprofits… Continue reading How My Husband Created a Video with 15 Million Views
Content marketing is a lush landscape of creativity. It's a place where you’re growing quality leads at the speed of weeds, but with the look and quality of the most beautiful flowers you’ve ever seen. Even more, content marketing is fun. Creativity abound, with multiple formats like videos, ebooks, podcasts and infographics. Now let’s talk… Continue reading 4 Examples of Turning Content Marketing into Customer Marketing
An interesting article looked into why people cry more on airplanes. While there are many theories, one stood out to me. "We are so overtaken by anxiety, loneliness, and fear that we may feel helpless. Since action is a little limited on an airplane (you can't text your friend to come hangout, or go see… Continue reading How To Do Your Best Writing While Traveling
On a cool, colorful week in Boston in the thick of autumn, the Westin on the waterfront was hot and buzzing with B2B marketers at the MarketingProfs B2B Forum. Marketers flocked to coffee and sessions like leaf peepers crowded around nature's brilliant show of fall foliage. This conference is one of my favorites, as it brings together… Continue reading 10 Quotes to Sum Up One of the Most Inspiring Marketing Conferences of 2016