We’ll be rocking many events and meetups during this year, and we know that good music makes everyone feel better. Where do you get music for your events? Check what some friends suggested:
Are you thinking on starting your own event? you’ll certainly come with ideas about changing the status quo. You might find this interview inspiring.
If there is a huge percentage of the world not being covered by the market, and if growing a company is directly proportional with growing expenses and increasing competition, therefore (in many cases) more tension: why not staying small, effective and engaging?
During the year 2013 I started exploring a powerful new trend, the co-working space. I discovered much more than expected, it isn’t only about getting a temporary desk where to work nor only a place where to interact with others. It is so much more. It is not only a co-working space, it’s an engine for growth.
The year 2013 has been intense and fruitful. The most important and enjoyable part of the year has been meeting so many interesting people. The Fear & Fail Conference happened without a previous plan and became the most successful initiative for Lincoln Island during the past year. We’d like to express our gratitude to so many:
Social Media Marketing: from beginner to pro
Social Media Marketing for starters is where I belong. Trying to jump to a next level is proving to be a cumbersome task. I’d like to share with you a process for content publishing; social media tools, apps and a few tips.
The temptation of publishing only links is huge, It’s very easy and takes almost no time. The problem I find is that links aren’t always powerful for expressing your own opinion. Focusing on sharing others’ contents, will not add much to your Social Media marketing strategy. You’ll need to focus on your brand.
Social Media: The problem of “great contents”
Social Media is about enabling conversations around common topics of interest for a particular social network. Don’t lose the resources and links I’m sharing at the end of this post.
It works very much as an offline community, but the lack of real personal interaction changes a bit the dynamics:
Starting your Social Media presence? tips to save time and money
Since I started using Social Media seriously, more than a year ago, I’ve tried to setup a social media and communications plan; I couldn’t make it, I didn’t have the right information. I would like to share my findings with you, they might help you save time and get closer to the results you are looking for.
For easier reading I will divide this article in three different and consecutive posts.
"The reasonable man adapts himself to the world: the unreasonable one persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore all progress depends on the unreasonable man." — George Bernard Shaw
Is it smart to try and try without adapting?