You may be blessed with a methodical brain, the kind where you plan your writing in a linear way, with orderly numbers that line up in the margin. If that works for you great. Stick to it. I rely on writing, writing, writing until I reach the eureka moment. That’s when I know just what it is I’ve been tapping on about and I’ve finally found the golden thread that brings it all together. The point that’s been lurking at the back of my head, reluctant to come out. And I know I’m not the only one.
Takeouts with a tap, shopping with a scan and taxis with a touch; mobile phones simplify everyday tasks so well they’ve become pocket-sized superheroes. But just how much time do users spend on apps each day and is it possible we’ve reached a technological peak in the mobile app industry? Continue reading “How much time do users spend on apps each day?”
Marketing: the activity, set of institutions, and processes for creating, communicating, delivering, and exchanging offerings that have value for customers, clients, partners, and society at large. Basically, marketing is what you do to making your product known to people.
Back in the “old days”, where startups didn’t dominate the world, it was once thought that being an industry leader was a long and slow process that took years to grow. Now with the development of content curation tools, it’s easier than ever to increase your brand authority in your industry. Most of the work is relying on being always up to date on the latest trends and news in your specific field. Appearing extremely knowledgeable and being the “go to” for your specialism increases your credibility for both your own personal brand and business. This is why the need for amazing content curators is now as urgent as ever. Here are 5 free content curation tools that will help you further your knowledge of your industry (without taking another century).
Did you hear the viral story about The Shed? One Vice writer turned his backyard garden into the most popular ‘restaurant’ in South London. The restaurant didn’t exist, nor did the exquisite food, (he painted a toilet cleaner bright orange soufflé coloured for the restaurant food images) but the content he was produced, albeit fake, was genuinely causing a huge influence on the Internet and he managed to score number 1 on Trip advisor through a meticulous plan… Continue reading “It’s easy to boost your influence, just keep writing!”
Every so often, The Guardian re-publishes a little article describing a surge of young people moving to Berlin from London to pursue creative jobs. I never understood why those aspiring and talented people couldn’t find the same careers in London, which is constantly being described by the media as a creative ‘hub of opportunity’. Continue reading “Why I’m moving to Berlin”