Take a moment today and leave the office. Go sit on a park bench or in the middle of the mall, and just take a look around you. Notice how many people are glued to their mobile? On second thought, you could probably even just look around your office for this exercise.Read More
Since our coming out party at Hubspot's INBOUND in November, we're ecstatic to see the nDash content community growing so rapidly. We're especially excited that we're attracting writing talent, such as Rodika Tollefson, to our platform. Read on to learn more about this cybersecurity writer's expertise!
If you're looking to work with a writer who has a great sense of humor - and loves to write about a variety of topics - look no further than Victoria Brock, one of the talented writers in the nDash platform. Keep on reading to learn about why she decided to become a freelance writer - and her thoughts on the Oxford comma.
Starting and running a business is often seen as a tactical, logistical endeavor. But as Michael Brown discussed in a recent Hack the Entrepreneur podcast, it’s also a highly creative process. If you’re interested in hearing about the nDash.co backstory – and gaining some startup insights/inspiration along the way – you’ll definitely want to give this interview a listen. Enjoy!Read More
When it comes to questions about account-based marketing, KPIs, the sales-marketing gap, and fake enthusiasm for standing desks, few people are as qualified to answer them as Melissa Stevens, the director of digital strategy at BitSight Technologies. Lucky for you, she's the latest guest in our ongoing series, Dumb Questions for Brilliant Marketers. Enjoy!Read More
We're really proud of our content community here at nDash so, needless to say, we're ecstatic to highlight a writer each week on our blog through our Writer Spotlight Series. This week we'd like to introduce you to Kristi Porter, a freelance writer who is very passionate writing about social enterprises!
Another week, another list of dumb questions for brilliant marketers. This week's guest is none other than Daniel Glickman, the Chief Marketing Officer at Roojoom. If that name sounds familiar, it's probably because Daniel is a prolific author, speaker and marketing thought leader. In this Q&A, we fire off some questions related to startup marketing, the ineffectiveness of self-serving content, marketing skills gaps, alternate universes, fake Scottish accents and more. Enjoy!