Tag: productivity strategy

From Euro Zone to Fireball Whisky – My Top 5 Social Shares of the Week

This week’s top social shares includes some bad news for Euro Zone and The New York Times. Now on to the good stuff. News looks good for Fireball Whisky. Learn a thing or two about their marketing strategy. How’s this for serendipity. Last week, I declared Focus is the New Black, and this week I found an ingenious …

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Can’t Win Them All: Focus is the New Black

Time and time again we are tested. If feels a little like the sound of a moral at the end of a fairy tale. Character meets challenge. Is tested. Good prevails. Maybe I have been watching way too much Once Upon A Time, but I think today’s ultimate test is Focus. Yes, I have written …

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Holograms, Rockstar Women Entrepreneurs & My Lil Moments of Fame — All Happened This past Week

Everyone says, savor that moment of fame, because it is fleeting.  Well—here is how I am savoring mine by sharing some amazing technology and people at the same time. Triangle Startup Weekend – Women was a huge success. Here is a full recap and one of my moments of fame shared with amazing organizers, volunteers …

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What’s So Special About March? Women’s History Month for One!

You probably were thinking basketball, right?  Well that happens in March too, but so does Women’s History Month. Last weekend was International Women’s Day and had I not been digging out of my inbox from being out of the country for 3 weeks I would have posted this sooner. Take a look below at some …

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Can You Succeed Being Earnest & Positive and Tenacious – and Win!?!

Digging a little deeper into my post from last week, I wanted to highlight two extremely positive, earnest and tenacious entrepreneurs. An inspired gal. Kelsey Ramsden Founder of 4 companies and one of Canada’s leading female entrepreneur and recently shared her 8 Simple Tips for Entrepreneurs with Forbes.  The southern in me  instantly connected to her when she referred to …

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My Year at the Top of TIMA – How to Balance Time and Still Make an Impact Serving on a Volunteer Board

You can’t do it all – Oh gosh, how many times have I learned and re-learned that cruel lesson.  So as I begin my year of service as incoming President of the Triangle Interactive Marketing Association (TIMA), I think a critical step is to set obtainable goals and limits. First some background –  TIMA is …

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Leadership 2.0 – 3 More Leadership Tips: #ThrowbackThursday Inspiration

                  Last thursday I tweeted a leadership article I posted back in 2011. #Leadership…helping to educate and inspire people to take risks #B2B – http://t.co/hR12cMQMcT #throwbackthursday— K. Melissa Kennedy (@kmelissakennedy) January 16, 2014 A lot has changed since then.  Ester Mae Marketing has taken off to unbelievable …

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Top 3 Lessons Learned in 2013, and Goals of Change for 2014

See Ya Dog

Need a Top 3 List to jump start your year-end and new year? I offer my Top 3 Lessons Learned from 2013 and Top 3 Goals for Change in 2014 from me, an entrepreneur, marketer and community advocate.

Top 10 Most Popular Blog Posts from Ester Mae Marketing in 2013

Giving Gifts

In the spirit of giving enjoy Ester Mae’s top 10 posts of 2013: Don’t Forget the Marketing – Biggest Mistake Marketers Make Social Media Operations: Set up and Maintenance key, Not Sexy Point Products vs Solutions–Why you should be looking at total wallet? Drip Marketing – 3 Things You Must have to Nurture Your Prospects …

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