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Mentoring: You Can't Gift Someone A Future, But You Can Prepare Him or Her for It

Posted by Paul June on Jun 20, 2018 1:00:00 PM

Every now and then I use this blog space to highlight an individual or company that’s doing good work in the digital marketing, sales, or active lifestyle space, or that in some way is benefitting others through their expertise and ability to pay it forward. This is one of those times.

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Does Your Blog Measure Up?

Posted by Paul June on Jun 14, 2018 3:10:06 PM

If you don’t yet have a blog, chances are you’ve thought of starting one, but just haven’t quite wrapped your brain around how it might be valuable to your business and brand-building efforts. If you do have a blog, congratulations, you’re part of the 53% of marketers who use blogging as their top content marketing priority—but chances are you’re still trying to figure out if it’s worth the effort.

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Exceptional Times (and a Crowded Marketing Space) Call for Exceptional Content

Posted by Paul June on Jun 8, 2018 1:00:00 PM

I don't read Forbes regularly, but occasionally one of their articles catches my eye—especially if it's on a topic near and dear to my monkeyz heart. One such article I scoped out recently was 3 Content Marketing Trends That Will Rule 2018.

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What Social Media Best Practices Do You Follow?

Posted by Paul June on May 23, 2018 2:00:00 PM

For most of us—even us more “seasoned” monkeyz—it’s tough to remember a time when social media wasn’t front and center to our lives. The reality, of course, is that social media as we know and practice it nowadays is a relative newcomer.  LinkedIn became part of the social landscape in 2003; Facebook came on to the scene in 2004/2005; Twitter joined us in 2006; and so on.

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Are You Communicating Effectively with Your Brand Audience?

Posted by Paul June on May 16, 2018 1:57:58 PM

The ability to communicate effectively is vital to success in life, both at home and in the workplace. Effective communication requires the ability to convey information verbally or in writing clearly and concisely so that your audience—whether it’s an individual, a roomful of people, or a faceless and nameless audience of thousands—absorbs and understands what you say or write.

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