Considering a freelance career? This article will be worth your time to read.
(Or, if you're just curious about why more people don't freelance or why it costs so much to hire a freelancer, you should read on, as well.)
We have some exciting news to share: CorComm Creative is going virtual!
Beginning Dec. 1, at the latest, our team will be united not by four walls and a front door but by the mission that guides us. We will be vacating our current office space, and our team will be working remotely.
There are a couple reasons we’re making this change.
The day you and your fellow classmates parade in front of thousands of parents wearing your cap and gown as you cross a stage is not the day to start thinking about what you’ll do after college.
It’s time to start thinking now — while you’re in school.
I’ll admit: I have historically had a love-hate relationship with Twitter.
I signed up in 2008, and I occasionally enjoyed perusing my feed for interesting things to read in my free time. But for a long time, it just seemed like a waste of time.
I could get the news I wanted to read from Apple News or 100 other sources.
I could get personal updates from my friends on Facebook.
I could see photos of people who interest me on Instagram.
And no one was reading the few tweets I posted, anyway.*
* Right off the bat, know that you must tweet regularly if you expect to have a Twitter following and impact. Keep that in mind as you begin thinking about using Twitter as an effective communications tool.
What, then, was the point of Twitter?
Your communications pro — in-house, agency or freelance — is right: You need a blog.
We’ll get into the reasons why a little farther down the page, but for now, do me a favor: Take whatever vision you have of a blog and bury it for a moment. Scratch the slate clean, and allow me to paint a picture that might be quite different than the one that comes to your mind when you hear the term.