|Original articles from Entrepreneur.|
|Marketing Lessons from Stormy Daniels|
Whatever your politics, it’s clear that there are a few big marketing lessons from the ongoing saga of Daniels vs. Trump.
|Interview Prep to Land Your Dream Job|
Only a handful of candidates crush the interview process. Few applicants prepare for it properly, leaving their professional fate to hiring managers who must often choose among a group of equally qualified candidates.
|7 Legal Rules Your Emails Must Follow|
When sending marketing emails, make sure you adhere to these seven guidelines so you don't end up on the wrong side of the law.
|How to Blow Up Your Business on Social Media|
Going viral on social media is what every business wants to do. All the attention and all the respect can take your business to the next level. The problem is doing it.
|7 Steps to Take When Preparing a Corporate Apology|
At the end of the day, companies are still run by people, and mistakes made by them can reflect poorly on your company, brand and reputation.
|Not Enough Experience on Your Resume? Rise Above "Requirements"|
Only a unicorn ticks every box of a recruiter's job description. Skills and experience aren't all acquired only at work. You are more than a mere list of your employers and what you did for them. When in doubt, apply anyway.
|7 Ways to Boost Your Social Media Strategy|
Goal: Develop a multichannel social media strategy that clearly articulates your brand voice, uses a mix of paid and organic means, and brings delight to followers.
|Essential Tools for Managing a Remote Team|
From onboarding to ongoing training and password management, these apps keep workers connected so you can focus on the bigger picture.
|Working Smarter: 5 Ways to Do More in Less Time|
Generally, high-energy people enjoy a competitive advantage, but if there’s one thing I learned while researching and writing my first book, it was how to get more done in less time.
|Marketers Must Evolve to Remain Relevant in a 'Post-Millennial' World|
Gen Z has arrived on the heels of the Millennials as the first "digital native" generation that has never known an analog existence.
|How Hardee's Advertising Grew Up|
If Hardee’s makes you think about how the Thickburger is made with all-natural, high-quality beef then everything is going according to plan.
|Beyond Meat Pursues Innovation Over Profit|
Ethan Brown put everything he had into founding the company, which has seen major successes with its plant-based 'meat' that's loved by Bill Gates. He has $72M in funding now.
|Why MailChimp's Fake Ad Campaign Paid Off|
Did you recently pick up a free bag of FailChips at your local convenience store? See a preview for an art-house film called KaleLimp? If you answered yes, then you were sucked into the weird and wonderful “Did You Mean MailChimp?” campaign.
|4 Online Tools to Help Amplify Your Personal Brand|
The internet is an incredible resource for those looking to build a strong personal brand. It can provide you with a platform to reach a worldwide audience, specific to your industry, helping to position yourself as an expert and thought leader.
|The Beginner's Guide to Using Stock Images Without Getting Sued|
You know content is king, and you know you can get images readily online. You probably don't know how many ways this can lead to an unfriendly letter from a lawyer.
|7 Ways to Improve Online Engagement With Visual Content|
It’s been proven true over and over that content rich in visual elements, particularly images, gets more likes and shares in the online world.
|4 Techniques Pros Use to Make Fascinating Content|
Have you ever wondered why you read the articles you read online? How it is that some articles manage to grab our attention even with all the distractions online today?
|Krispy Kreme's Rise, Fall, and Rise |
The story of how Krispy Kreme and other companies got from peak to valley to peak again is more than the tale of firms that faltered, recovered and thrived.
|5 Tricks to Strengthen Your Content Marketing|
The world is a noisy place. It takes both heart and skill and to be heard in a way that moves customers to action.
|The Quick Guide to Using Snapchat for Business in 2016|
If you’re not already familiar with Snapchat, you should get acquainted. Snapchat is a mobile photo-messaging app that allows users to take photos and short videos that remain viewable to recipients for approximately 10 seconds; after that, the “Snap” disappears into the dark tubes of the interwebs, never to be seen...