(This article was originally published on Lerna CEO’s personal blog.) So much a blogger’s job is to market our articles and bring exposure to grow traffic. No matter what platform you’re on, whether it’s WordPress, Blogspot, Tumblr, or Instagram, your intention should always be to bring eyes to your content
When I first started, I used my personal Instagram feed as a tool to document my day-to-day life. Then it morphed into an informal portfolio. Then it became a tool for experimentation and pushing myself in photography. These changes resulted in a LOT of different photos that I was proud
(This article was originally published on Style Tomes, Lerna CEO’s personal blog, as part of the productivity series.) I’m not quite sure if I necessarily want to get more done since I’m always craving a break, but I’ve been crossing a lot of things off my list lately. My mentality
Real talk, it’s hard to grow social media accounts organically these days. When Instagram first came out, getting quick followers simply by posting semi-decent content was a shoe-in. Try posting a photo of your donut now and you’ll probably get a few likes, if that. All is not lost! You
Facebook is one of the biggest social media platforms in the world and for a lot of websites Facebook traffic accounts for a large portion of inbound leads. Facebook currently has over 2.19 billion active users as part of its platform and community. So, what does this mean for you?
What do you think of when you hear the term financial savviness? In terms of personal finance, it’s usually tied to budgeting and smart spending. Being financially savvy in business might mean spending more money in certain respects to achieve bigger business growth. Your primary motive in business financial savviness