I’ll take you beyond a box ticking digital marketing strategy. Move past Facebook. I’ll build you a strategy to market your business.
And create content for that strategy that will stop thumbs on social networks.
I invited my buddy Neil McKinlay (read his interview here) to join me to make something. I didn’t know what we were going to make. I just knew he’d be in Glasgow. We met up in Graft where all the podcast gear was still set up from a recording session a couple of days before. My oldest son, Cameron, was joining us, ostensibly to be keeping an eye and ear on the video and audio. But I ended up asking him to sit in. So he did.
The social media influencer bubble is about burst. In this episode of the Social Experiment Podcast, we debate the ethics, morality and legality of this phenomenon.
In this episode of the Social Experiment Podcast we discuss networking. Love it? Loath it? Nervous of it? We cover what networking is and how you should approach it.
I’ve launched a new podcast. I’ve gone back to my roots. This is how I got started in digital content. In this post, I share the process that led to me making something new from something old.
If you’re still relying on Facebook for a big chunk of your digital marketing, you’re probably killing your business. Here’s why and what you should do about it.
Jack Dorsey day reads more like a character from a Dickens novel. Is his diet and lifestyle sustainable, achievable, believable? I share my thoughts here.
When you blog your passion, sharing knowledge is essential. But should you give away your knowledge for free on your blog? I spoke to Andy Gill about why he does just that.
Is starting a Facebook Group for your business a good idea? I’ll explain the two scenarios to take into account.
If you’re struggling to figure out how to show that your business has rapport with your target market, I reveal one easy step to make that possible.
If you’re ticking all of the digital marketing boxes but aren’t seeing new leads and sales come from it, you’re probably missing one key component. I’ll explain what is it and why it matters.