The first time I received a call from a salesperson, I did what any logical person would do these days: I googled that person. Unfortunately, I found absolutely nothing about him. Yes, he had a LinkedIn account, but he didn’t have a lot of info in it except for where he had worked and when. He wasn’t on Twitter either. And I did not find a single piece of blog post or article that he has written.
You can’t survive content marketing without being productive. Content marketers today are under pressure to produce more content while maintaining a high quality of work. And indeed, marketers are pumping out more content: according to Content Marketing Institute, 70% of B2B marketers produced more content this year than last year.
If you’re looking for ways to become more productive, it’s critical to develop the right habits. These 7 are a good start.
I can’t imagine my life without mobile apps. I use them to get things done, get inspired and do my job well.
If you want to become a more effective, productive and creative content marketer, the right apps can help. Here are three types of mobile apps I suggest checking out.
A version of this article first appeared on Orangedox.
Dropbox is now used by over 300 million users worldwide. But while many people primarily treat it as a cloud-storage platform, Dropbox has other amazing uses. For example, more and more brands are using Dropbox to improve team productivity and to enhance their content marketing strategy.
If you’re new to Dropbox or if you haven’t explored it fully yet, here are some tips you can try to take more full advantage of it.
Discover four ways Dropbox can help enhance your content marketing strategy.
Dropbox is a useful tool to store and backup your files in the cloud, but did also know that it’s a nifty tool for content marketing? Many marketers already use Dropbox as part of their day-to-day activities. According to Dropbox, marketing and creative pros share 10 times more Dropbox links than the site’s average user.
From improving your productivity to enhancing collaboration with your teammates, Dropbox’s growing number of features can help you become a more effective and efficient content marketer. In an article for Orangedox, I shared tips on how content marketers can take better advantage of Dropbox. Here’s a summary.