Welcome to the August 2016 #EalingTweetup, hosted at the Ealing Trailfinders Rugby Club, supported by their sponsors Trailfinders, the travel experts. Ealing Rugby Club was formed in 1871 and is one of the oldest rugby clubs in the world. Ealing Trailfinders Rugby Club is now one of the biggest community rugby clubs in the UK, the biggest club in Middlesex and the biggest sports club in the London Borough of Ealing.
Techweek returns to New York next month, and I got to thinking about the fireside chat I attended last year. Front row seats to watch 25-minutes of Gary Vaynerchuk in action. Watch the entire fireside chat and GaryVee's follow-up to the controversial guy who struggles to work with millennials.
Your network is your net worth! An important part of growing is building your network. The Ealing Tweetup (as featured on the Huffington Post) is an informal social media networking event in West London. The June 2016 #EalingTweetup was hosted at Ealing’s first and only workspace, BoomZone.
Dennis Yu, CTO at BlitzMetrics, at the Growth Marketing Conference discussed the 6 phases of growth, and how you can use them to build a strong, repeatable process to monetize content and social media.
At Comic Relief, they now treat content design as an integral element of the product development process instead of a “content stage” that happens at the end. By working together to develop the goal, user journey, design, and content it saves time. Laura Morgan from Comic Relief tells us how they achieved this at the Spring Agile Content Meetup.
In this post, I list 5 tools that I use daily, either as part of my personal marketing initiatives, or at work. These tools help with social media, images, measurement, email marketing, and content marketing. Some are free, some are not, but all will enhance your marketing efforts–even if you're bootstrapping.
With over 300 million users, it's difficult to ignore Instagram as a marketing tool. This blog highlights nine marketing tips to help boost your Instagram strategy, based on the article by Margot da Cunha.