If you’re a modern marketer, consider yourself lucky. You’re working in a dynamic field and that makes for exciting times. Not only has the technology changed, but the people have, too. These days, the folks who help you fulfill your agency goals are apt to be scattered across the globe. As a result, you may find yourself grappling with how to manage remote teams.
623,000 hours. Worldwide, that’s the average life expectancy for females (by the way, 20,000 hours more than men). That sounds a lot at first glance. But you know and I know it: Time flies. Hence, we need to make sure that we properly manage our time and avoid bad time-consuming activities. To help you optimize your time, we’ve asked 8 experts about their favorite time management book.
You need to walk a fine line when it comes to trying to get the most from your employees and overworking them. American companies lose $350 billion a year because of unmotivated employees. The key to solving this is providing the right employee motivation. That can be extra tricky when it comes to creative employees because creativity can’t be forced—but that doesn’t mean all is lost.
Since its inception in 2007, Evernote has helped over 200 million users create notes, save ideas, and attach documents. It’s an active online community too, with over 5 billion notes created over the past decade. The sheer amount of data meant that it took Evernote 70 days to transfer files to Google’s Cloud in 2017.
Being able to put all your notes, reminders, ideas, and everything in between, on one easy-to-use platform has obvious appeal. There’s no doubt Evernote can help organize your content marketing and you can easily use Evernote for content planning.
In this post, we’ll look into the seven different ways you can use Evernote to make your content marketing more productive: