The Spacious Blog
Hacks to improve your work and life.
Sure, technology might be turning lots of us into digital zombies, but it’s not all bad out there. Here are some marketing and social media trends that I feel pretty good about.
The key to creativity and bold thinking is a focused, uncluttered mind. And the key to an uncluttered mind is an uncluttered workspace
Want to get more reach on your social media posts? There’s a couple of really key fundamentals that apply to every social media platform out there. All of these tools are free and they make a lot of money. How do they make that money? By selling ads. Your Eyes Lead to Their Profits The […]
Possessing knowledge isn’t that important anymore. Instead, in today’s economy, the most important skill is knowing how to access the information you need for the task at hand. In other words, you need to know how to Google really freakin’ well. Since the internet exploded and Google’s algorithm got super intelligent, almost every answer to […]
I was doing some competitor research yesterday and was looking at a bunch of digital marketing agencies. There are some good ones, but a lot made me gag. Powerful marketing tools to drive customers to your website! Results-driven methods! Get you on the top of Google! The sites just feel like they’re yelling empty promises […]
The worst thing that small business owners do to shoot themselves in the foot is to overpromise on their websites and other marketing materials. For some reason, many business owners think they need to act like they’re the very best at everything they do, but it’s a risky strategy. When our expectations are sky high […]
Along with the rollout of Spacious, I want to publicly double down on my mission to help outstanding businesses and organizations stand out in a noisy, plastic world.
Writing effective content on the internet is an essential skill in the modern world. Simply being a good writer doesn’t automatically mean you can write well on the internet. There are some pretty fundamental shifts that you need to take into account if you’re writing and hoping that your audience receives what you’re putting out. […]
I never start my workday by checking email. Instead, I start with four simple tasks that I save in an Evernote, I copy the table freshly for the new day and then I take a few moments to answer each of the questions. First, what are my priorities? Before I get bogged down in the […]
Tell a story of an interesting client/project. Explain your process. How do you do things? Why did you choose to do things this way? Where is your industry headed? What opportunities and threats lay ahead? Think of a question that clients ask you all the time. Answer it! Make a list of your favorite resources/websites/businesses […]