Guess who's back!?! If you guessed MarketHer, then you're right! After a short hiatus at the close of Season 1, Angela, Brie, and I are back for Season 2 and we should come with a warning! Between end-of-school activities, vacations (one to Colombia!), setting up a farm business, and brand new jobs (still at IMPACT) for the three of us, we needed time to focus on all the amazing things happening around us!
High-performing marketers. Every company wants to hire them and every marketer wants that beautiful hyphenated distinction. But, honestly, what is a high-performing marketer/employee and are they really more valuable than others? (Note: I’ll be talking about this even more at IMPACT Live.) The first time I really considered what a high-performing employee meant I thought it was a redundant statement.
Guys! I love co-hosting MarketHer for a myriad of reasons, some of which Brie shared during in this article, but my favorite episodes are the ones when I barely speak because I'm learning so much from our guest or Ang and Brie. This is one of those episodes!
Have you ever read a book, listened to an interview, or a watched a video that spoke so directly to your life that it was almost scary? It happened to me this weekend and I can't wait to share more about with you!
Hi, my name is Britt Schwartz and I am an Accidental Diminisher. The good news it that while I tend to display diminisher behavior, I am not a raging tyrant of a boss. 'How is that good news,' you ask? It means my behavior, while unbecoming at times, is fixable. Let's celebrate that for a moment. I want to jump into a monologue of how well-intended I am, that I really mean no harm, that it hurts to hear that I do this -- but, I won't. Because it really doesn't matter. What matters are actions; behaviors.
Do you ever have those days at work that you just need to be pinched because something so wonderful and unbelievable happened? Well, Angela, Brie, and I needed a good pinch last week, because we were honored (and a little fan-girling) to welcome Kim Scott, the author of Radical Candor on this week's episode of MarketHer!
It's been one of those weeks. First, my family and I ended up sick and then poor Angela's family got it. This week's episode, Brie and I discuss how to have a seat at the table -- and no, we don't mean for dinner.
Good gravy - does anyone else feel like the moment you get settled on a strategy/platform/tactic that everything changes? On one hand, it's one of the things I love most about marketing -- it's constantly evolving. On the other -- slow your roll! Unfortunately, there will be no slowing of the roll anytime soon and from technical SEO to video, to user-generated content, we HAVE to not only execute tactics today but understand what strategies and tactics we're planning for tomorrow. One area that demands our attention is voice search.