Seth Goldstein

On Community During A Pandemic

Communities come in all shapes and sizes. Some are in the physical world and others are online. Either way, communities bring people together. If you know me, you know I’m a big beliver in WordPress. WordPress is a great example of a project that has a very strong community surrounding it. The WordPress community has…

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The Power Of LinkedIn Premium?

That’s not a typo. There’s supposed to be a question mark in the title. I struggle with this regularly — should I upgrade to LinkedIn Premium. Am I missing something? I can still navigate the platform with ease as a free member, so why do I need LinkedIn Pro? My business is growing, which is…

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Marketing Junto January 2021 #2

Well, we’re fully into 2021. Not has changed yet, except for the fact that we’re closer to the inauguration of Joe Biden as president. So for some of us, that’s big news. Anyhow, here’s to 2021, which will be better than in 2020. As always, we want to hear from you. If you have an…

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S2 E7 – Sharing An Origin Story (How To Tell An Engaging Story Through Digital Marketing)

In this episode, Seth and Shannon talk about story telling and how to use Social Media to tell your origen story.

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Why I moved From Substack To WordPress

As many of you might have noticed. Marketing Junto isn’t using Substack anymore. Over the past year, I’ve gone to Substack to produce a newsletter and to avoid (somewhat lazily) building out my own stack of technology to produce the community that I really wanted. I’m a trained journalist. I was a newspaper beat reporter…

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Audio Is Taking Over!

Audio is taking over the internet. Clubhouse.io is the new hotness on iOS right now. It’s essentially audio-only chatrooms. Right now it’s in private beta and only on iOS. It was announced at the beginning of this week that Twitter bought the podcasting app Breaker to get the team for work on Twitter Spaces the…

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Remembering Flash

Adobe Flash’s day in the has been fading for most of the last decade. Now it has passed. Adobe pulled the plug on Flash on January 1, 2021. Most browsers stopped support for it the same day. With the move the HTML5 and CSS3, there really isn’t a need for Flash. It was bulky and…

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Insights On Marketing January 2021! #1

Happy 2021! Thank goodness we’re done with 2020. What a year that was. Here’s hoping that 2021 is better for all of us! Still wear those masks and wash your hands! We’re not out of the woods yet with a new year upon us! But hopefully soon! Let’s raise a glass to 2021! 🥂 We’re…

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The Newsletter Revolution Is Here

With traditional newsrooms closing even before Covid-19 struck, more writers than ever, who normally would be trying to get a job at a publication, are turning to write for themselves and their own outlets. Many are looking at an old technology that has had a rebirth — the email newsletter. Companies like Substack are making…

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Desktop and Laptops Are Back In Vogue

According to Reuters, PCs (both laptops and desktops) are seeing a resurgence in popularity with the raging global Covid-19 pandemic. With people working from home and kids attending school, mostly, virtually, the demand for PCs is creating shortages. Reuters reports that PC shortages won’t let up until 2022. According to Reuters: The world stocked up…

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