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15 Content Creation Tools For Students

  1. Book creator.
  2. Adobe Spark.
  3. Canvas.
  4. Padlet.
  5. Tellegami.
  6. Moovly.
  7. Comic life.
  8. Book widget.
  9. Explain everything.
  10. MySimpleShow.
  11. StoryBird.
  12. Zoom.
  13. Meme Generator.
  14. KidBlog.
  15. Spreaker


10 Ways To Boost Your Brand

Boost your brand visibility today. You can apply this tips into your daily digital marketing campaign.

  1. Make a good impression.
  2. Be consistent.
  3. Listen to your customers.
  4. Design a great logo.
  5. Represent your business with your brand.
  6. Establish strong values.
  7. Print your logo everywhere.
  8. Highlight the benefits of your business.
  9. Establish trust.

5 Books to Read Before Starting Your Business

 There are thousands of books out there to help educate new entrepreneurs about what they’re getting into, so I wanted to review five books that I think will help any entrepreneur succeed with his or her startup:

  1. The Lean Startup: How Today’s Entrepreneurs Use Continuous Innovation to Create Radically Successful Businesses, by Eric Reis.
  2. The Founder’s Dilemmas: Anticipating and Avoiding the Pitfalls That Can Sink a Startup, by Noam Wasserman.
  3. The Peter Principle: Why Things Always Go Wrong, by Laurence J. Peter and Raymond Hull.
  4. The Disney Way: Harnessing the Management Secrets of Disney in Your Company, by Bill Capodagli and Lynn Jackson.
  5. Behind the Cloud: The Untold Story of How Went from Idea to Billion-Dollar Company-and Revolutionized an Industry, by Marc Benioff and Carlye Adler.

12 Books to Help Refresh Your Marketing Strategy

Spring is all about renewal, dusting off our old ways of doing things and looking forward to making positive changes both for ourselves and our businesses. Refreshing your marketing is one of the best ways to give your business a boost this spring. To help you do that, we’ve curated a list of books that will help you rethink your marketing.

  1. The Naming Book, by Brad Flowers..
  2. No BS Guide to Direct Response Social Media Marketing, second edition by Dan S. Kennedy and Kim Walsh Phillips. 
  3. Ultimate Guide to Amazon Advertising by Timothy Seward. 
  4. Ultimate Guide to Instagram for Business by Kim Walsh Phillips. 
  5. Ultimate Guide to YouTube for Business by Jason R. Rich. 
  6. The Content Marketing Handbook by Robert W. Bly. Content remains king.
  7. Ultimate Guide to Link Building by Garrett French and Eric Ward. 
  8. The Digital Marketing Handbook by Robert W. Bly. 
  9. Guerrilla Marketing on the Internet by Jay Conrad Levinson.
  10. Ultimate Guide to Local Business Marketing by Perry Marshall and Talor Zamir.
  11. The Direct Mail Revolution by Robert W. Bly.
  12. Ultimate Guide to Pay-Per-Click Advertising by Richard Stokes.

11 Books to Help Build Your Social Media Brand

Social media is where your marketing power meets the public. If your business is not social-friendly, you could be missing out on new opportunities to reach more customers and build your brand. By making social an important part of your marketing strategy, you can reach new customers and create a consistent voice for your company.

  1. Ultimate Guide to Social Media Marketing by Eric Butow, Mike Allton, Jenn Herman, Stephanie Liu and Amanda Robinson.
  2. No BS Guide to Direct Response Social Media Marketing, second edition by Dan S. Kennedy and Kim Walsh Phillips.
  3. Ultimate Guide to YouTube for Business by Jason R. Rich.
  4. Ultimate Guide to Facebook Advertising by Perry Marshall, Bob Regnerus and Thomas Meloche with Mark Ingles. 
  5. The Social Wave: Why Your Business is Wiping Out on Social Media and How to Fix It by Starr Hall. 
  6. Ultimate Guide to Pinterest for Business by Karen Leland.
  7. Ultimate Guide to Twitter for Business by Ted Prodromou. 
  8. Tweet Naked: A Bare-All Social Media Strategy for Boosting Your Brand and Your Business by Scott Levy. 
  9. Success Secrets of the Social Media Marketing Superstars by Mitch Meyerson.
  10. Ultimate Guide to LinkedIn for Business by Ted Prodromou. 

5 Ways To Be a Strong Leader

Regardless of your company’s size, you’ll likely get pulled in many directions as a CEO. It’s important not to get distracted and keep the following five priorities top-of-mind. 

  1.  Define the strategy: answering the “what” .
  2.  Select the team: answering the “who”.
  3.  Share the vision: answering the “why”.
  4. Allocate the resources: answering the “how” .
  5. Manage the performance: the feedback loop .