-OR get the original Coloring for Grown-Ups: The Adult Activity Book
Finally! A project I can work on while the kids play with play dough. Plus, it’s useful!
Fun Fact: Jackie Kennedy and Lilly Pulitzer went to school together, and when Jackie wore Lilly’s clothing she really helped launch the brand’s name!
Show me a someone who doesn’t love Jackie O, and I’ll show you someone without any style.
When you try to mimic a co-workers excitement about a new project.
This is also the look I have when “it’s end of year recap slash next year’s planning” meeting. So yes, everyone hates me. Thanks for asking. But since I like to think that this stuff is really great, I thought I would share. Here’s what I’m planning to have our team ponder on: What are we most proud of from this year and how can we do more of that?
- Which clients or projects were not the right fit and what did we learn?
- How has our company changed over the course of the year and are we happy with where we are now?
- Which business development/marketing efforts have worked and which have not?
- We’ve worked with some super cool companies this year, and we want that to continue. So which companies would we freak out about working with and how can we get them?
Since our whole purpose in being is to help other companies and organizations tell their story online, we naturally hope that those companies also have an end of year list. I hope it looks something like this:
- What do we wish our web presence could accomplish that it doesn’t already?
- How can we improve the user experience on our website and/or applications?
- How can we personalize our campaigns?
- Should we redesign our web presence in 2014?
- What sites and apps are inspiring and how can we build something that inspires others?
This is such a great time of year because everything is still possible. If the budgets haven’t been approved and the campaigns have not yet been written, the creative juices are still swirling.
What ideas are making you squeal like Jonah Hill?
We are all suckers.
Secondary Blog Limits:
Secondary blogs are any blogs made in addition to your Tumblr account’s primary blog. Keep in mind that secondary blogs cannot like posts, send ask messages, submit to other blogs or follow other blogs. But, unlike your primary blog, these side blogs can have multiple authors and password protection.
The more you know!
This infographic from American Express Open Business acknowledges the fears and anxieties many small business owners experience when they think about tackling social media— then presents tips and strategies to overcome them.
Check out the full infographic at the link below, or by clicking through on the image section.
Perfect timing! We’re teaching a workshop on Tumblr for small businesses right now.