Don’t set yourself up for disappointment by expecting instant online success. It’s great to commit and stay the course but give yourself a finite amount of time to see results. If your content takes off, great, but if it doesn’t, it’s not a crime to change course.
I’ve been out working with clients “in real life” the past few days and did not spend much time checking emails. Naturally, my inbox imploded and when I finally looked at it all, I had an epiphany. Something's gotta give! "One of the effects of living with electric information is that we live habitually in Read more about Take Back Your Time and Beat Information Overload[…]
About a month ago, Google rolled out a change to its email program that sorts your emails into several simple categories. You could opt-out of the new look or customize it. I already had my own email filters in place, but I liked the organizational simplicity of Google’s tab choices and kept their categories of Read more about Time, Marketing and Gmail Changes[…]
I haven’t been all that active on Facebook, LinkedIn, et al, since the 4th of July holiday week and frankly, I haven’t really missed it. Doldrums are defined as “a state of inactivity or stagnation, as in business or art: August is a time of doldrums for many enterprises.” Social Media Fatigue is defined as Read more about Is it the Summer Doldrums or Social Media Fatigue?[…]