The Sunday Talk – If you want something new, you have to stop doing something old

Today was my first day at work in 2017 so let’s talk about 3 Digital Marketing lessons I learned in 2016. Community. The first one is a community. Building a community around an idea or industry takes a lot of time and effort. But once you lure them in you can sell anything in your […]

The Sunday Talk – Focus on the Customer

Many of you know that I’ve been in Bulgaria for some time. While on the plane started reading this book by Julia McCoy called ‘So You Think You Can Write?‘ and to be honest with you I am very very impressed with this author. The wisdom that comes from the very beginning of this book […]

The Sunday Talk – Take It Offline

Today after work I am going to Brighton for the ‘Take It Offline” conference organized by Gerry White. I’ve got the strange feeling that it’s gonna be fun. I am hoping to see there the one and only Mr. Ammon Johns. One of the best Digital marketers in England. Well, if I call him a […]

The Sunday Talk – You Never Get a Second Chance to Make a First Impression!

Today I am meeting one of the best digital marketers in the world – Purna Virji (@purnavirji), David Iwanow (@davidiwanow), Laura Crimmons (@lauracrimmons)and Maria Amelie (@Maria_Amelie). We gonna be eating pizza (if I don’t forget to order it). We gonna be drinking wine and eating chocolate. We may talk about Digital Marketing. Many of you […]

The Sunday Talk – Do you know your customers?

US Elections 2016 Many people are asking me about Donald Trump, the election, the USA. I can’t hide it I am a bit disappointed. But then let me tell you something: America is the biggest democracy in the World. One man cannot hurt it. We don’t live in the 60’s. We live in 2016. With […]

The Sunday Talk (Anything is possible when you have the right people there to support you!)

I’m not one of those people that love working. I’d rather be in bed. But I just love what I am doing. The insights, the numbers, the psychology, the thrill of finding new stuff. Or the way the people say it “find a job that you love and you don’t have to work for life.” […]