Creating A Digital Hub For Your Business
Confident Live Marketing Podcast
Episode Number: 169
Episode Theme: Content & Marketing
July 15, 2022
Creating a plan and a process for my content creation and my business was a game-changer. Not only did it allow me to be consistent with my content creation, but it's also made my business more profitable. I've not missed a week with my podcast since I launched it in May 2019.
But I'd be lying if I said I was super productive in all areas of my business.
I'm missing a digital hub.
But what's one of those?
That's one of the reasons why I am excited about my guest today.
I'm joined by systems expert, Amy Mitchell. We're going to talk about what a digital hub is and why we might want one. We'll talk about project management tools, tasks and more!
Who is Amy Mitchell?
Amy Mitchell is a Systems Expert, Asana Services Partner and Course Creator who teaches online business owners how to leverage simple systems and productivity principles for the fastest path to growth.
Digital marketing has changed rapidly. Managing digital strategies at every stage of the work, whether ongoing or completed, has always been a challenging task that has often been avoided altogether. It’s great that now we have tools to help us manage our business effectively. However, I believe that for some companies it is not appropriate to create a Digital Hub, it is enough to use software that will help transform the business by organizing documents and automating software.
The main task of the hub is only to unite devices. Any information received on the connector of one port is automatically copied and sent to the other ports. This indicates that all devices connected to the local network receive the same information. Based on the recipient’s address, users accept it or reject the action. The more devices connected through the hub, the greater the load on the network. This indicates a drop in connection speed. Such factors today have virtually eliminated the use of a network hub when building local networks.