How to Stay Relevant in Your Niche

If we learned anything this year, that would be how fast things could happen. In just a blink of an eye, you could lose the company you have worked hard for in many years. The Havas Group report shows that 77% of brands could disappear overnight and no one would even care or notice.  The last thing you want is for your brand to be unnoticeable and forgettable. As much as possible, you want to stay relevant in your niche. This can be very challenging with how trends can quickly fade, how your market can be unresponsive, and how your… Continue Reading

Hiring Digital Marketers Amidst The Growing Employment Opportunities For A Remote Workforce

Remote working and starting a business are two trends that have been massively popular over the past few years. The news of Yahoo and IBM pulling remote workers back to their offices and letting go of people who aren’t willing to work on-site has created mass protests online and throwbacks from the young generation that refuses to obey the 9-to-5 working lifestyle. The influence of digital online sources and online startups has provided job opportunities for people willing to provide services remotely. Self-made entrepreneurs have started with small blogs that went viral or YouTube channels that generate millions of views… Continue Reading

The 6 Most Pressing LinkedIn Questions

I know a lot of people who have accepted recruitment offers through LinkedIn. Most of the HR messages are standard templates to cold leads which is obviously annoying. This leads to major dissatisfaction by experienced folks. LinkedIn is also one of the channels we use for hiring. Internal network and personal contacts often work better - but the talent pool is limited. We hired our first sales engineer through LinkedIn. I’ve also conducted a number of interviews for other roles - most were dissatisfying but it’s similar (if not worse) with other job portals. Image from dilbert.com I managed to… Continue Reading