Why Millennials and Baby Boomers Need Digital Marketing Advice

Saw this post and thought many of my readers would find it worth the share. After all, I know I need a little digital marketing advice (OK, a lot):

Entrepreneurial millennials and baby boomers need good, accurate conversations with experts to organize and plan out stages for their ideas efficiently. These sessions should show you how to:

Optimize your website using SEO
Find keywords and hashtags related to your market
Build & Promote your brand
Write content and copy
Target multiple market niches
Write Your Bio
Develop your Facebook Business Page
Use PR for faster recognition
Use Blogging for Content & Copy
Use and understand digital language
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Many millennials continue to align with the digital world. However, there should be a slight concern with some of the baby boomers.

The digital world is growing rapidly. Changes occur daily and while we sleep. Throughout the night, the other side of the world works profusely using digital as a way of life. This computer age continues to shock experts and digital marketers.

Do you remember your first computer and when the rise of the world wide web began? It started in the 1990’s. Before the web, the internet has existed more than 50 years in the United States. A friend surprised me with a computer for my 19th birthday. The tech who built it came to set it up. He included lessons with his set up. (A smart strategy for marketing, by the way). The lesson included how to turn on the tower and monitor, how to connect the…

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Ready for a Skills Test?

Then I’ve got just the thing for you: a quiz on subject-verb agreement. If you read my last post and/or you’re a grammar natural, you should have no problem acing it. And feel free to share your score–or any other observations–in the comments.

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Was or Were? Nail Subject-Verb Agreement With 6 Rules

Which one looks correct to you?

A.) Lecturing on a breadth of subjects are interesting.

B.) Lecturing on a breadth of subjects is interesting.

Before I answer, let’s review the rules of subject-verb agreement in simple sentences:

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