While every organization is different, almost everyone has a blog. Blogs are used to build online credibility and trust between the brand and the end consumer. When looking critically at how (and what) content makes a blog really perform – a free Google Analytics account can tell you which blog posts are actually being visited.
Let’s face it, when it comes to managing a brand’s social media presence, it can take a lot of coordination. Brand new businesses have launched applications and services to make the management process much easier on the user, but it typically comes at a price. When you’re a small business owner or a marketing manager for a non-profit, money is tight. Sure, $10/month isn’t a lot by itself, but if you’re using multiple tools, the monthly cost can quickly increase.
When I left my first Winnipeg advertising agency position to focus on my dream of self-employment, I found myself constantly checking my email or social media channels expecting someone to contact me. I kept thinking of all the things I needed to accomplish for my business; I physically couldn’t relax.
Nobody is actually busy, our mind is trying to process so much information and our body gets mentally and physically exhausted from thinking about everything. So in order to focus on my personal well-being the first step was to “reset” myself. Here are my five tips for resetting yourself in the workplace.