Matt Sweetwood among Brand Quarterly’s ’50 Marketing Thought Leaders Over 50 in 2016′!
Matt Sweetwood is known for his innovative and transformative ideas as a marketing, social media and business-development consultant. He has experienced professional and personal success as an award-winning marketer and CMO club member and as president of Unique Photo, through his reinvention of the modern camera superstore. Sweetwood is currently writing his first book, Man Up, and is a regular contributor on national TV and to several publications in the business, social media, marketing. parenting, ethics and politics arenas.
In this video, we got together with Dr. Geo again, and talked about why men are not taking care of themselves and what it entails in the long run.
A dad who has “been there” gives single parents some important tips on surviving the holidays.
In this podcast I talk about why waking up early would never make me successful.
Can Online Networking BEE as Successful as In-Person Networking? As the U.S. CEO beBee.com, a new professional social networking site with over 11 million worldwide users (Bees), I give a lot of thought to social media and networking. Since my goal is to get beBee to 100 million […]
This is a short and focused part of my interview with WNPV Radio about beBee.com and how to make a resumé that stands out
BeBee is an advertising-supported social network that wants to make online job search and personal branding easier for students and others.
In Profit from Education II, I address the steps, tricks and techniques a photo retailer should take to build an effective and winning education curriculum.
If you can’t get engagement on your social media posts, get your employees to help. Every smart entrepreneur knows that you need to use social media to effectively market your business and your brand.
It’s time to stop media outlets and internet sites from publishing allegations made in a divorce. People’s lives and reputations are being unfairly destroyed. Mostly this happens to men since it is a time-honored tradition to cast men as villains in divorce.