Jayson DeMers

Jayson DeMers

Founder and CEO, AudienceBloom

Jayson DeMers is founder and CEO of AudienceBloom, a Seattle-based SEO agency. He's the author of the ebook, “The Definitive Guide to Marketing Your Business Online.”

The 6 Factors That Lead to Wasted Mornings (and How to Curb Them)
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The 6 Factors That Lead to Wasted Mornings (and How to Curb Them)

Ever made it to noon and wondered, "Where did the morning go?" You have? Lots of times? Then you're just like the rest of us.
7 Factors That Make a Brand Stand Out
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7 Factors That Make a Brand Stand Out

Without a strong brand at the foundation of your campaigns, you'll just be more white noise to the average consumer.
Does Your Marketing Team Have These 9 All-Star Qualities?
Managing Teams

Does Your Marketing Team Have These 9 All-Star Qualities?

Does your team have good communication, leadership, goal orientation and, most importantly, passion? If not, you've got work to do.
7 Misconceptions About Entrepreneurship
Starting a Business

7 Misconceptions About Entrepreneurship

You may expect that success will come fast (or not at all). You may see entrepreneurship as an easy way to get rich. But these assumptions are false.
How to Recognize Your Biggest Weaknesses As a Leader (and Why You Should)
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How to Recognize Your Biggest Weaknesses As a Leader (and Why You Should)

Work to see your weaknesses as fundamental aspects of your character as a leader, and do what you can to mitigate their effects.
How Much Should You Invest in Content Marketing?
Content Marketing

How Much Should You Invest in Content Marketing?

Some entrepreneurs are reluctant to invest anything at all until they know a particular strategy will work. That's not smart.
Why a 'Living and Breathing' Company Culture Isn't Always a Good Thing
Inspiring Your Team

Why a 'Living and Breathing' Company Culture Isn't Always a Good Thing

It all stems from our arguably temporary obsession with the importance of company culture.
5 Reasons You Need Emotionally Intelligent Employees (and How to Find Them)
Emotional Intelligence

5 Reasons You Need Emotionally Intelligent Employees (and How to Find Them)

A manager's ability to identify and manage personal emotions and the emotions of others can have a surprisingly powerful impact on your company's overall performance.
7 Reasons Your First Business Will Fail
Business Failure

7 Reasons Your First Business Will Fail

If you understand why this is the case, you'll be able to better prepare yourself and potentially avoid some of the pitfalls of first-time business ownership.
7 Ways to Help Your Employees Become Better Problem-Solvers
Problem Solving

7 Ways to Help Your Employees Become Better Problem-Solvers

Your employees are the ones who will carry your business to success. So, follow these steps to enable them to tackle problems on their own.
7 Ways Entrepreneurship Helps You Be a Better . . . Anything
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7 Ways Entrepreneurship Helps You Be a Better . . . Anything

Whether you ultimately decide to be a poet, salesperson, scholar, chef or anything in between, entrepreneurship can give you the skills that will improve your chances of success.
6 Stressful Things New Entrepreneurs Never See Coming
Stress Management

6 Stressful Things New Entrepreneurs Never See Coming

The biggest dangers in entrepreneurship don't usually come from the conventional sources of stress.
What to Do When You Realize Entrepreneurship Isn't Your Dream Job
Entrepreneurial Mindset

What to Do When You Realize Entrepreneurship Isn't Your Dream Job

Feeling down, disgruntled, disappointed? You may just need a vacation. Or you may need a whole new career. Here's how to tell.
Are You Psychologically Strong Enough to Be an Entrepreneur?
Challenges

Are You Psychologically Strong Enough to Be an Entrepreneur?

Here are six tests you'll have to face to make the grade.
3 Ways to Figure out the Value of Your Time as an Entrepreneur
Time Management

3 Ways to Figure out the Value of Your Time as an Entrepreneur

Setting a value for your time may seem unnecessary, or redundant, but it's a valuable decision-making tool.