As a mom of two and a full-time PR/social media professional, I am on my phone a lot. Whether it is checking my email before I get ready for work, to snapping a few photos of my newborn baby doing something new, to posting a Boomerang for a client, I use my phone to get through my day.
It is often said in the world of management: “Not all readers are leaders, but all leaders should be readers."
The workplace continues to see more and more moms clocking in each day. After a mother has a child, she quickly realizes her purse turns into a diaper bag, then back to a purse when it is time for work.
Now more than ever, digital marketing is changing the way we communicate. Social media helps brands connect with target audiences with the click of a button.
Zuckerberg questioned on Capitol Hill
As a special series for The Oklahoma 100, I authored four articles on social media etiquette, focusing on the Big 4: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn.
Recent technological advancements have given rise to several social media trends for 2018.
I am writing this in the Las Vegas airport as I am heading back to Oklahoma City. I was wiped out from the last few days and crashed pretty early last night, after of course, my In-N-Out.
Day 2 started off at 5:30 a.m. I can thank the time zone change for that. My body still thinks I am in Oklahoma.
Today I am flying to San Jose for a leadership conference at Facebook Headquarters. If that was not making me nervous enough, reports that the worse flooding in 11+ years happened over the last few days in the exact town I am flying into...that fact does not make things any better.