For years marketers have been obsessed with Millennials (and their wallets). I’ve read countless articles on what Millennials value, how they like to spend, what motivates their behaviors, etc. Then, when this generation started coming out of the malls and into the business world, the articles on “how best to work with Millennials” started making their way around the interwebs. As a Millennial myself, I’ve found all of these studies, articles, and posts fascinating. My age group was born in time unlike any other in history, and the affect of the rapid development of technology has had on our generation is remarkable.

Snippy and antagonistic emails that feel like you were just bitch-slapped. A staff that is so disorganized a simple process turns into a convoluted mess. Requests that are just so nuts you start wondering about the mental stability of your client. If you haven’t run into any of...

Google can be a clever creature. Once you finally figure her out, she up and changes the rules on you – again and again. While you could hire a full-time Google specialist to keep dibs on the mysterious search engine and give your website a tune-up...

The other night I found myself in the middle of a heated, yet friendly, debate with a room full of freelancers. We were gathered together for a local Freelancer’s Union event and the group ranged from freelance lawyers to landscapers. The topic for the night was “How to position yourself as an expert,” and the event’s guest speaker, brand strategist and author Evan Karadimov, was leading the group discussion on why you need to be a thought leader in your respective field. One of his main points was that all freelancers can be seen as an expert by blogging.