You’ve bought a portable digital audio recorder and now you want to improve your recordings by adding an external microphone. Good idea. The problem is that there are thousands of mics to choose from with a variety of characteristics to consider, and you’re not sure where to start. Let me make that purchase as painless as possible with this handy guide.
Working in the cloud as part of the gig economy company has advantages. As a cloud-based company, UP There, Everywhere embraces the lifestyle of digital nomads. In fact, alternative work arrangements are a major part of the appeal for UP members who tend to live around the world – some following a digital nomad lifestyle, others working from home or in shared co-working office spaces, but all working in the cloud. Let’s take a closer look at why one new UP member chose to leave the 9-to-5 world to work in the gig economy, or as UP calls it "e-ployment”.
From its unique location in a historic dockside warehouse to its fast-moving format featuring thirteen 18-minute long presentations from an array of experts, the International Place Branding Event Liverpool 2018 May 31-June 1 delivered on its promise to inspire and connect those interested in taking a deep dive into place branding and destination marketing.
There are hundreds of portable digital recorders on the market and choosing the right one for you can be a frustrating and confusing experience. Over the years, I have used many different types of recorders in a wide variety of locations and conditions, and I’ve learned which features are desirable and which are not. Here are a few tips to help you make the right purchase.
A few days ago, a former colleague said to me, “Podcast are really having a moment.”
“A moment?” I said, incredulous. “This isn’t a moment, this is an audio revolution!”
In the past few years, interest in podcasts has absolutely exploded. Many people credit Serial, the smash hit true crime series, with launching the medium into the stratosphere back in 2014, but the truth is demand was already high, and rising exponentially.
For the last half a decade or more, inbound and content marketing have been gaining prominence as a more effective and less intrusive way of attracting customers than traditional “outbound” advertising and marketing. Yet, 55% of B2B marketers say they are unclear about what content marketing success or effectiveness looks like. (Content Marketing Institute, 2015). Are you one of them? If so, you might be interested in learning more at our upcoming Inbound Marketing Seminar.
UP is heading to Liverpool soon for a two-day Ted-style conference on place branding. The International Place Branding Event Liverpool 2018 happens on the 10-year anniversary of Liverpool being named the 2008 European Capital of Culture. Why Liverpool you might say? Beyond the Beatles and its famous football club, Liverpool has a lot to offer in understanding what makes a place a destination.
Award-winning BBC Journalist and Broadcaster Ritula Shah has joined the line up of speakers for the International Place Branding Event Liverpool, which takes place May 31st and June 1st. She will be talking about the importance of identity.