Yes...I said paper. In my nearly 8 years of professional work experience, I've always found it incredibly annoying when I'm presenting a first draft of a PowerPoint or Word Doc, which I always preface with "this is just a rough draft, focus on the content for now" and it never fails, someone starts nitpicking about … Continue reading Digital Marketer’s Toolkit: Paper and Pen(cil)
While catching up on my tech news this morning, I came across a very interesting story that sparked a little debate in my household. In short, a woman was fired because she called out a few guys on Twitter -- they were at a tech show she was attending and joked about "big dongles." I'm … Continue reading Where are the Women in Tech?
Dear readers: I'm sad to say, that today, I've realized that my digital marketing eyes are no longer fresh. I've dedicated my blog to my career transition and my journey from Ohio to San Diego, and some of you have traveled with me, from me being a lowly intern to my most current job as … Continue reading Want to Learn More About Digital Marketing? Submit a Blog Post Idea
Like the rest of the world, I've had great bosses, good bosses, and horrible bosses, but I can quite honestly say, that every single boss I've had has taught me a valuable life lesson. As I look at how far I've come in my career, thus far, I can safely say that these five pieces … Continue reading 5 Things I’ve Learned from Bosses that Helped Catapult My Career
When I first decided to make the move to Digital Marketing over two years ago, I remember Googling "How to get started in digital marketing" After all, making a career change is a difficult decision, especially when you're moving across the country to do so. At the time, I found this Mashable article with tips … Continue reading Breaking into a Career in Digital Marketing: An Insider’s Guide
Like most Millenials my age, I've worked at quite a few companies in the course of my career. In doing so, I've found no matter how large or small a company is, there's one thing you can't get away from: the cookie cutter company meeting. Although there are some subtle differences, the format is typically … Continue reading Bonding by Blunders: How a Culture of Accountability Made Me a Happier Employee