As a blended Portuguese American marketer director aspiring to work with global brands who married a Scottish Native American all I can say is… How dare the third largest global brand suggest that the country I call home is beautiful after we washed ashore a few hundred years ago to steal it from its rightful […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Yesterday I learned that a former colleague is attending his first SMX conference when he’ll travel to New York in October for SMX East 2013. Having attended a number of SMX conferences in the past as a speaker, attendee and member of the press – I wanted to share some tips with him to […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
Earlier this evening, Andrew Clarke, a fellow Associate Director at d50 Media shared an article with me via email. The article is actively passed around on LinkedIn and is showing up in a number of feeds – so perhaps you’ve already seen it. if you haven’t, it’s called Stop Using These 30 Phrases At Work! – […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
I have worked on building my SEO Audit and Site Review business over the past year. In doing so, I have had the opportunity to work with everyone from entrepreneurs trying to run a company themselves, right on through to Fortune 500 companies. Amazingly, many of the mistakes or issues I come across are consistent […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
Reviving my blog and making a commitment towards building new content means that I have to contend with an all too familiar problem: I never know what to write about next. As tends to be the case with blogs lacking new content for years at a time, my regular audience has waned a bit. When […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Aside from Hurricane Irene, August of 2011 was just an ordinary month capping off an otherwise ordinary New England summer. Little did I know, it was the last month in which I had full control over my career. Living in the suburbs midway between Boston and Providence, I visited my job’s home office in Southern […]Continue Reading... 4 Comments.