Most brands and influencers I know are extremely focused on just getting people to click their links so that they get their traffic boost. They have the wrong focus. Continue reading “Don’t forget to surf the stream as well”
One of the first apps on the Facebook platform was actually Twitter. It let you synchronize both platforms. So everything you posted on Facebook also got tweeted from your account. And vice versa. I used to love that. Continue reading “What is native content?”
You know those days that feel like a new beginning almost, only more like a new chapter. Where you get the chance to rewire your habits, your focus and your energy. I love days like these. Continue reading “My First Day In a While”
Video is the most powerful way to talk with your audience. You need to stop thinking that a video is consumed the same way it was last year. Videos rarely is seen from start to end, and the sound is more often than not turned off. Are your videos created to be consumed in the new way?
Continue reading “The future of video is muted?”
I never thought I would meet a prophet. Altho if I did meet one I was pretty sure he would be a digital one. Meet David Shing, the digital prophet of AOL. He was visiting the norwegian Be On office and did an inspiring talk.
I had the pleasure of hanging out with him a bit after his talk, and caught some of it on camera.
I was recently attending the Traffic and Conversion Summit, and I got the pleasure of meeting Russel Brunson. One of the legends in the traffic and conversion industry. He’s the founder ofDotComSecrets and Clickfunnels, he also runs the highly popular PodCast “Marketing in your Car“.
In this interview Russel shares his thoughts on why landingpages work, where to get the best traffic and much more. Enjoy!
For those who’ve followed me from the start, you might remember that I started blogging way back in 2003. You might also remember that I built one of Norway’s first blog-platforms, which eventually got acquired. Blogging has always been one of my biggest passions, and I’ve been a central part in shaping how bloggers and brands work together in the Nordics.
I’ve been on a journey these last five years in the marketing industry—learning lots of other disciplines of the trade, but I’ve decided it’s time to come home. I’ve gotten an opportunity to work with great people whom I believe can change and challenge the blogging industry once again.
I’ve just announced (you can read the Norwegian press release here) that I’m joining United Bloggers to build and lead their international team. We will move United Bloggers into new markets and challenge the status quo. I’m proud to be a part of this.
I’ll be sharing more about United Bloggers on my blog of course, but today I just wanted to let you know that I’m starting a new chapter in my life.
It’s always emotional to leave a place you love, and I’ll truly miss my friends at Fanbooster. And they have been very supportive of my decision. But this was something that I could not say no to.
I’m so excited to work with all the talented people over at UB, and getting back to the world of blogging once again.
So my journey continues. And I will keep on sharing it with you, thank you for sticking around and supporting me.
Let the second blogging revolution begin!
Damn Good Advice (For People With Talent!) is a look into the mind of one of America’s most legendary creative thinkers, George Lois. I got this recommended by my good friend Takin, and I really loved the book! Continue reading “Read this book: Damn Good Advice”
I love when people go “all the way” when they do something. It’s easy to spot when someone is truly passionate about what they create, and the first content marketing campaign for the website Like a Boss is a good example on how great content create results. Continue reading “Doing content marketing – like a boss!”