In the world of marketing, there are always new platforms and strategies being professed as the next “big thing”. It is not feasible to keep up with all of them, but every once in a while, one comes along that
Kim Thiara shows – not just tells – how to tackle life head-on, personally and professionally and now celebrates three decades leading a company started by her father. Thiara is the driving force behind a company who is making great
Selfie – Selfie -Everywhere a selfie! We think they are new, but there is actually a longer history to them and a reason why they may not always be as narcissistic as one might think. June 21 is National Selfie
Showing up online can unlock opportunities for anyone, regardless of who you are or your station in life! So, what does it mean to show up? If you look up the phrase, you will find the following: to show up
Ben Baker knows about branding – and podcasts – and life as keynote speaker. As a recovering journalist the table was turned for Ben to interview me. You can listen to the podcast here – read the transcript below –
Curiosity is a powerful tool It’s fuel behind the engine that has helped me in my professional life. I’ve fulfilled many roles over the years: journalist, bed-and-breakfast owner, fundraiser, marketing manager, brand ambassador, social media experimenter, public relations and keynote
The classic cinematic quote “I’m ready for my close-up, Mr. DeMille” – taken from the 1950 classic film Sunset Blvd. – can be contextually applied to today’s world of effective marketing. How? Well, when it comes to marketing – especially
Phone, text, email, Twitter – this is how we communicate daily. You can also throw Facebook, Snapchat, Instagram, TikTok, Pinterest, YouTube and Linked in into the equation. And sometimes we even talk – gasp – in person. Communication is natural.