Life@Wriber

How do you explain your job?

Or: an excuse to dive into the realities of Dilbert. *warning: excessive use of the word “turd” ahead After drawing that cartoon, and probably laughing insanely to himself throughout the entire process, Scott Adams asked his readers on The Dilbert … Read More

Content Marketing, Life@Wriber

6 pieces of advice for new writers

Dear recent graduate, You’re probably already annoyed at people welcoming you to the “real world”. After all, aren’t all of our worlds real? Perception is reality and all that. I won’t patronize you by suggesting that your new reality will … Read More

Life@Wriber

The importance of your mission: a lesson from your friendly neighbourhood tech startup

You can’t motivate people, you can only create a context in which people are motivated. – Brad Feld I love working at startups; they’re where I’m at my best. I enjoy being able to contribute to a company’s growth and success. … Read More

Life@Wriber

Shooting Wriber’s new video- what I learned on set

This weekend I tagged along to the set of our new product video. Oak & Rumble‘s team was so welcoming – I had so much fun! I’d like to say that they taught me a lot about video production, but I’ll … Read More

Content Marketing, Life@Wriber

The myth we’re building startups on: if you build it they will come

We talk to startups every day. They’re built on sweat, passion, and optimism. And while I’ve spent a lot of time soaking that up (well, hopefully not the sweat), I’ve also spent hours trying to convince founders that their tech … Read More

Life@Wriber

Are algorithms going to replace writers?

“This (Wriber) might replace me.” – One-third of all writers I meet I’m an entrepreneur, marketer, and software developer that helps B2B marketers write better content through the use of machine learning algorithms. Scrutiny comes with the territory of operating … Read More