by Gabriela Damaceno | Guest Contributor | Digital Marketing
Assertive communication is a skill that every successful professional needs to develop. That's because it makes it possible to develop social intelligence, which is the incredible ability to relate to people.
Therefore, assertive communication occurs when the information that needs to be passed on reaches the listener with clarity, respect and dynamics. When this combination of characteristics occurs, the professional obtains the expected return when starting his communication and the dialogue between the parties occurs with the collaboration of all.
by Daniel Bettingbloke | Guest Contributor | Privacy Concerns
The Internet is full of potential hazards for adults, let alone teenagers. Cyberbullying, pornography, and identity theft are just some of the dangers that teenagers face on a daily basis. But there are some things you can do to keep young people safe in the online world.
by Nick Holmes | Agency Spotlight
Fastquills is a digital content marketing agency comprised of a team of writers and editors with years of experience across a wide range of services.
We sell words.
Not just any words, though. Like a composer creates a symphony, we take an idea and layer it with the essential elements. If you trust us with your idea, we work tirelessly to arrange a symphony of words that will bring your project to life.
by Jae Nichelle | Writer Spotlight
Too often, we wait for the “right time” to say what we want to say. But the reality is, your truth can’t wait.
I'm Jae Nichelle, and I have a passion and skill for storytelling. I began ghostwriting after a spoken poem of mine went viral on Facebook in 2017. I realized how freeing it can be to tell your story and find your voice. Now, I want to help other people do the same.
by Kayla Montgomery | Guest Contributor | Business
In today’s age, where there are money-making social media, e-commerce businesses taking a rise every day, and the world at our fingertips, creating passive income is made simple. Passive income is a source of income that grows over time. For instance, creating your own blog may not create a steady source of income at the start. But, over time your site may increase in traffic, conversions, and earn passive income through sponsorships, personal sales, and affiliate marketing.
As an eCommerce business you are going to want to know what some of the top Google Analytics reports that you can use are. These are often used by the digital marketing company and their experts to see where changes need to be made and you should be aware of which ones to use like demographics, mobile device, speed page and much more. Keep reading to find out more about which reports you need to make sure you are using for your eCommerce business.
Big data swept by companies integrating the latest digital innovations are now becoming more and more commonplace.
Massive quantities of data are collected from different digital products and platforms, and even smart devices are always connected to the internet. All these gather and transmit detailed information.
It is no wonder that customers are also demanding, in a greater capacity, best practices from companies that collect all this information. Some companies are open about their big data practices, but sadly, some are not.
by Manev Dave | Guest Contributor | Digital Marketing
Why the uproar in content marketing? Hasn't content always been center stage? The truth is, first of all, there was only content in websites. In fact, content was the basis of what propelled the internet into the most important invention of modern technology.
Ironically, even after the tech boom and the digital marketing big bang, content still has a significant impact on customers and sales. Instead of diminishing in power, the content has become more useful than ever. In the eCommerce development process, this is a very important part.
Let's dispel a huge myth I keep seeing - from both writers asking about it and from those seeking writers, offering it: Ghostwriters should never work "for royalties" that authors expect to get from sales of the books they're writing. Never. It's a nice additional piece to add on to some packages, but it's a bonus you're unlikely to get. Here's why: