Not all communication needs to happen in a Zoom meeting or emails. One way to collaborate is to create a Slack channel or use a similar functionality on other tools like Basecamp or Microsoft Teams.
This article looks at how to start a podcast – namely with the Anchor app, which offers free hosting, syndication and is easy to use while you are producing your podcast.
A look at my favorite iPad keyboard and how it helps me create content more efficiently and quicker with just my iPad. Bonus: The iPad mouse.
Content Marketing Guru Joe Pulizzi said that brands should consider publishing a print magazine. This article discusses the topics and what to consider.
Virtual backgrounds on Zoom are a bit of a thing to do right now with more and more people working remote and taking video calls from home due to the coronavirus pandemic. This article discusses how you can use virtual backgrounds.
With many families at home due to the coronavirus, home WiFi is stretched to a max. Here are some tips on how to maximize WiFi to allow you to get work done.
A look at how churches can move the sermons to live video. Other public events can also follow these tips.
A look at how to automagically create video podcasts teaser videos from your audio podcast recorded in Anchor.
I’ve run the following model with writers for years now and it appears that now machines are taking over the same process. Welcome to 2020.
Jake Goldman of 10up shared several ways on the Business Storytelling Podcast how WordPress allows content creators to use machine learning.
Estimated read time: 6 minutes For decades publishers have talked to me about doing more with text messaging. Let’s send breaking news via text The latest headlines Something content related But most of those texts blow. I don’t need a text that there is a […]
Estimated read time: 3 minutesIt used to be that we would have cheat sheets to remember what size an image needs to be on the different networks. As you might imagine every network – for example Facebook, Twitter and Instagram – have their own requirements. […]
Estimated read time: 2 minutesAndroid phones had this for a while. Slide your fingers across the keyboard and it types the words for you. It sounds easy and useful and now (as of late 2019) iPhones finally have it. iPads not yet. I tried to […]
Estimated read time: 2 minutesSocial media scheduling is probably the most basic form of marketing automation. I’m a fan, have done it for years and still schedule posts today. Of course, scheduling in third-party apps is convenient for marketers and content creators. Scheduling once is […]
Estimated read time: 7 minutesAutomation can really make our lives easier as content marketers. Why not have a machines do all the mundane and repeatable tasks. Who really wants to do them anyway? Not me, for sure. Plus, machines are probably better at those tasks […]
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