Lots of ideas, lots of content, and an active team of writers — that kind of a website calls for some serious integration. Which is perfect, because the Blueprint For Life website has all of that and more; it is the integration of all integrations.
Is it possible for your goals to become your prison? How quickly a Goal can be a Gaol*. Goals are the thing achievement is made of, aren’t they? Surely they would never hold us back. Without goals, we flounder. Without goals, we lose direction. Without goals, we have no purpose. Except, of course, when our goals hold us back.
Images are king on social media. They get shared more than almost anything else on the big-name social networks. Good news for visual artists, right? Yep, unless they’ve shrugged off social media as unnecessary or see it as a copyright threat. Visual artists can and should use social media. There are a few core reasons why this is true, and a few basic ways to address copyright concerns.
When you love your work so much that you look forward to each day, is it really even work? Could a job be so enjoyable that it isn’t even really a job? Do jobs like that actually exist? Yep. Right here at Todaymade. We’re creative and innovative and are looking to add members to our team. Work here, and you’ll never work again. Ready to apply?
Total Recall was a box office smash in 1990, starring Arnold Schwarzenegger as a character whose memories had been changed, and were violently resurrected — to dramatic ends — when he decided to take a virtual vacation through memory implants. Ironically, the movie was remade 22 years later this past summer, a total recall in and of itself. There might be some lessons to be learned somewhere from the film, the main one probably being that you don’t want to breathe the Martian atmosphere pre-Schwarzenegger’s arrival. Mainly, though, we’re talking here about remembering the past. Total recall isn’t a bad […]
Your website is the first impression that you make and leave with your customers. Whatever you do and say during that initial moment will likely last the through the entire customer/client relationship. Making a good impression counts, and there are a few key pillars to follow to help make that good first impression happen. With a website, the decisions made while building it have a direct effect on that first impression. There are four foundational pillars that must be in place if we want our site to make a lasting impression.
Social media marketing should never be the online equivalent as assault and battery. It’s about being social, about permission and trust. It’s sharing and giving and linking and connecting. Except for The Bullhorn, who finds virtual ways to scream at everyone.
Top down. That’s how you make the best use out of a convertible, and that’s how you make the best use out of your social media strategy. You might have the greatest social media plan ever conceived on the face of the earth, but if it isn’t a top-down approach, the chances for success are going to be severely hampered. At best, it’ll limp along and never excel. When a social media plan doesn’t start at the top of the company, it doesn’t last.
Mobile traffic on smartphones is up 103%, and there is no reason to believe that it will slow down any time soon. Mobile use is happening in a big way, but the problem is that while many of us see it increasing, we don’t feel like there is a lot that we can do about addressing it for our marketing. There are, however, a few simple things that you can to do to increase your mobile presence in a big way.