Sunday, June 9, 2019

Topics That I Post On Linkedin

Everything not only seems to be different but it really is different. The rhetoric online is vial and extreme. Everybody is trying to out-do the next. Some of this behavior has transpired on LinkedIn. Politics and religion do not belong on the platform (disclaimer: this is my view and what I impose for this channel). 

I will remain diligent with my LinkedIn content to follow the code of the platform. If I find connections repeatedly posting the content that has nothing to do with the platforms regulations, I will eventually block or remove them from my contacts. Keep LinkedIn separate from religion and politics. 

Linkedin Publishing Platform Guidelines
LinkedIn is the largest professional networking site available today. LinkedIn provides a way to connect with other professionals and helps you stay in contact with millions of users. LinkedIn is strictly used for exchanging knowledge, ideas, and employment opportunities and has increasingly become a leading tool for helping individuals expand their networks as well as find jobs in their field. See complete guidelines here.

Linkedin profile michael c newhouse

I enjoy LinkedIn more and more but do not want the unprofessional content in my feed. I have over 6,000 connections and value those relationships. I learn daily from my connections and relish in their successes. Let's keep it professional.

Michael Newhouse
WCN group

Sunday, March 24, 2019

My Mantra For 2019

Quote Michael c Newhouse

The road is never straight but filled with many turns, hills and signs. Complacency is deadly. The approach and mindset is what will make the drive more successful. The key to this success is confidence. The more you have the more successful you will be and challenges will be easier to nagitate. Preparation and planning will be essential tasks.

This uear I am dedicated to "The Big C". Confidence is powerful, addicting and contaigious.

Michael Newhouse
WCN group

Thursday, December 28, 2017

My Mantra For 2018

"Great things are not done by impulse, but by a seriers of small things broght together. And great things are not someting accidental, but must certainly be willed", Vincent Van Gogh quote.

Vincent Van Gogh

Michael Newhouse
WCN group

Friday, June 9, 2017

Climate Change Is A Long Play Game

Climate change is a hotly debated subject in public, policital and business forums. What can't be denied is the fact that businesses are affected directly. Businesses will experience an economic impact that will challenge their resolve to be fiscually creative. In a recent article, Tom Murray describes the siutation brilliantly, "Leadership on climate and energy is driven by long term economics, not short-term politics.

tom murray article climate change

Michael Newhouse
WCN group

Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Enjoying My Marketing Brain

Lately I have needed to dive into my marketing brain and develop some new strategies. Yes, it's part of my role as the director of marketing and ecommerce sales but a good majority of my time has been on the sales role. As my sales role expands, the percentage of time allotted for marketing activities as dwindled.

Marketing is my first love. Ever changing, always challenging but never dull. Don't get me wrong, I love the deal and closing the sale but it requires marketing to draw the deal to the table.

My brain on marketing.

Michael Newhouse
WCN group

Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Google Plus Stuns With New Logo

The news has been bleak for Google Plus lately with the ever threatening possibility of closing it down but yet they come out with this stunning new logo design. Simple, sleek but yet fun. Here's to hoping Google Plus does not go away.

New Google Plus Logo Design 2015

Michael Newhouse
WCN group

Monday, July 6, 2015

Pretty Doesn't Always Win In Web Design

Web design is on constant motion. Websites need to be fluid, conversive and resolving. What we as consumers require is an experience that resolves are immediate needs. A top web design and development professional Martin May explains design in Darwinian terms the fine line between beauty and success (of the website). My favorite take-away from the article, Darwin and the art of webdesign:

So natural selection, as applied to web design, can help you to think about your approach to designing websites and result in your site being successful, or not, in the environment it sits within.

Pretty Doesn't Always Win. Michael C, Newhouse

Michael Newhouse
WCN group