The Data: 41% of B2B marketers claimed that having daily or weekly content marketing meetings improved the effectiveness of their campaigns. 89 percent found these meetings somewhat, very, or extremely valuable. The marketers who found meetings to be most effective for their content marketing efforts were those who met on a weekly or biweekly basis. Those who waited longer between meetings reported less desirable results.
This weekend I had 2 massive Instagram wins! I went from 610 to 653 in just 2 days! I was over the moon, it really made me want to sink a lot of time and energy making everything about my profile and strategy great. I haven't had that kind of growth ever and I ALSO made my first ever Instagram opt-in LIVE! (if nothing else this whole process told me I'm really more of a content "creator" than I am an "implementor". haha)
I love Instagram. I think what it has done for businesses has been amazing, I love keeping up with what everyone is doing and I have come to rely on some people's IG accounts to stay up to date on their latest creations. But my IG account? Yeah it's mix bag of Jill feeling creative, Jill needing a break, Jill being super productive or like my latest streak: Jill forgetting to update it for about 6 weeks.
There is a video circulating created by a man who asked non creative business owners to give away their service for free. It is equal parts hilarious and accurate.
I’ve read a lot of articles over the last year “10 Things no one tells you about working alone”, “The dark side of entrepreneurship”. I read one recently and it said “You learn to cherish every human interaction during the day because you have no one…” I skimmed the rest of the article because I immediately found myself irritated. Is entrepreneurship for everyone?