5 Painless Ways to Repair Your Product Marketing Plan

Nothing can be more intimidating than having a failing product marketing plan. Business owners struggle with this on a regular basis, yet feel like spending more money on a failing plan will somehow make everything better. It’s clear that there needs to be a different approach if you are struggling with a market plan. Don’t spend another penny before trying something new.

6 Tips for More Effective Online Store Management

If you are running an online store, then you surely know that various management tasks usually take pretty much time, so that there is hardly any time left for web store improvements and enhancements contributing to further online business growth. Below, I’m going to share some effective ideas on how to improve online store management and streamline various related processes.

5 Email Marketing Best Practices to Avoid the Prospect’s Spam Folder

In order for an email marketing campaign to be effective it should reach the target audience in a timely manner. The first hurdle to overcome is usually avoiding the prospect’s’ spam folder.

If one of your tasks includes sending email to colder leads, this article will give you five helpful tips to help ensure your mail is not considered spam and is more effective.

27 Awesome Star Wars Themed Gadgets

R2-D2 Wristwatch

In this installment of my geek marketer suggestion post series, we take a look at a few of the more interesting Star Wars themed gadgets that would look great in a digital marketing agency or just about any work space or home. Some items are a bit more practical than others, but all are pretty damn cool.

Concerning Twitter’s Password Mass Reset

One of the worst fears that anyone should have when it comes to social media is the idea of their accounts being compromised. There are so many important aspects that they can house, whether it is a matter of location, phone numbers, or what have you. You would not want these to fall into the wrong hands. Recently, that’s what a good number of Twitter’s audience believed happened when they were sent emails prompting them to reset their passwords when they did not trigger them.