Summer is almost over, the kids’ school starts next week, and the fall schedule is about to kick into high gear. I’ll be teaching, leading, and otherwise getting up in front of people on several occasions for various reasons on a plethora of different topics in the coming weeks. Here’s … Keep reading >>>
When we hear or say the words “fail” or “failure” in relation to all things tech, we generally conjure up images of locked doors, garage sales of office supplies, empty chairs and desks, and a battle for the best … Keep reading >>>
Since Google took over ownership of the search functionality on the internet, the term “SEO” (search engine optimization) has been top of mind for any serious website owner. If you cannot be found easily when someone searches for your … Keep reading >>>
I’ve written several times before that Atlanta Tech Blogs is something of a petri dish for conducting digital, content, and social marketing experiments. We’ve conducted the following tests so far in the first year of existence of Atlanta Tech Blogs:
- Social channel optimization: where should we be?
- Email newsletter timing,
Last night I led a full house class called “Advanced Social Media Strategies” at General Assembly. This class is fun to teach, and we had a very large group with tons of great feedback, questions, and anecdotes to share. There were three questions in particular that we spent some … Keep reading >>>
Whether you’re just out of college, or facing an impasse at your current job, you’ve likely considered going back to grad school. If you’re going to be a doctor, scientist, or professor, it’s not really a “consideration,” rather … Keep reading >>>
Podcasts continue to gain popularity. I haven’t done any deep serious research as to why exactly that is, but I have some educated guesses, based on my life experiences:
- We have longer commutes than ever, so we might as well learn while we drive.
- Everyone (who has a smart phone)
We kicked off a new class last night at General Assembly called “Digital Marketing Key Terms & Metrics.” We had a great turnout, and I tried a non-traditional delivery of this class. I didn’t use a slide deck. #FREEDOM!
Instead, we started off with a little brain-freeing inspiration … Keep reading >>>
With almost 2 million IT jobs posted in the last 12 months alone, asking “do I need to learn to code?” is a very common question in today’s job economy. The answer, however, is not a simple “yes” or “no.” … Keep reading >>>