Category Archives: Art and words

Do you think AI tools will take over most SEO tasks in the future?

I have found this question on LinkedIn.

AI technologies will undoubtedly still have a significant impact on SEO in the future, but it’s improbable that they will entirely replace human SEO experts.

What AI can do well in SEO:

Data analysis: AI excels at crunching huge amounts of data, identifying patterns and trends that humans might miss. This can help with tasks like keyword research, competitor analysis, and technical SEO audits.
Content optimization: AI tools can analyze existing content and suggest improvements based on SEO best practices, ensuring it’s optimized for search engines. Some can even generate content drafts, though human editing is still crucial for quality and creativity.
Predictive modeling: AI can analyze past data to predict future trends and user behavior, allowing for more proactive SEO strategies.
Automation: AI can automate repetitive tasks like link building outreach and technical SEO maintenance, freeing up human time for strategic thinking.

What AI cannot do:

Creativity: Artificial intelligence (AI) will never be able to replace humans in creative content strategy development, user intent understanding, or audience engagement evaluations. For examaple, I can write an astounding post about the photo below or a poem.
Strategic planning: Embracing the task of establishing comprehensive SEO targets, harmonizing them with wider corporate goals, and flexibly responding to evolving algorithms calls for a keen grasp of human comprehension and astute strategic expertise.
Communication and relationship building: Business is no longer B2B but H2H (human-to-human) interaction. Engaging in outreach, skillful negotiating, and cultivating connections with partners and influencers continue to be most effectively managed by individuals.

Exciting news! Our new courses in March will delve into AI technology and its use in growing our business activities. Get ready for an enlightening journey! Stay tuned!

Photo by the author.

The Most In-Demand Jobs on LinkedIn Right Now

Jobs with the Fastest-Growing Demand
Roles with the greatest quarter-over-quarter increase in share of paid job posts, Q4 (October 1 – December 31) 2023 vs. Q3 (July 1 – September 30) 2023

Care Specialist
Surgical Technician
Tax Preparer
Medical Surgical Nurse
Secretary
Sonographer
Progressive Care Nurse
Home Health Licensed Practical Nurse
Customer Associate
Business Administrator

Source – LinkedIn

What is a Customer Associate?
A customer service associate manages customer concerns with the objective of maintaining positive customer relationships with an organization. They interact directly with customers to listen to concerns, resolve problems, and recommend products and services according to the needs of each individual.

https://www.linkedin.com/business/talent/blog/talent-strategy/most-in-demand-jobs?trk=eml-mktg-lts-eml-202401-global-to1-1-midj-en&src=e-eml&mcid=7153077802320216064&veh=LTS_EML_ACQ_202401_GLOBAL_TO1_1_MIDJ_EN

February

February bursts onto the scene with an undeniable force of fresh changes.

February is shaping up to be one of my most action-packed months ever. I am thrilled to be embarking on the creation of two exciting new one-of-a-kind English courses. At present, I am fully engrossed in crafting the syllabuses while also eagerly delving into the realm of marketing strategies.
I do not mind, as I like new things, new opportunities, and new paths, and these two projects are like that.
A few hints: you will learn how to use new tools in your activity as a business owner, CEO, CFO, or corporate employee.
Both courses will be launched in March 2024.

Additionally, I am joyfully penning some delightful pieces for Fragrantica. I like the creative process of writing, as it envelops me in a comforting embrace, shielding me within the narrative. I find myself among a flurry of activity, yet I am eager to capture the invigorating mountain air in my words and the delightful love cloud permeating everything.

Photo by the author (taken in the mountains).

2023: A Banner Year

2023 was a banner year for me.

I’ve had the pleasure of attending perfumery exhibits and perfume releases, where I’ve had the opportunity to witness the unveiling of remarkable scents such as Osmanthe Liu Yuan by Le Jardin Retrouve and the latest creations by the incredibly talented Stéphanie Bakouche for Miraj. I’ve had the pleasure of encountering remarkable people and immersing myself in the captivating narratives they’ve shared. Human beings can be likened to walking volumes of knowledge. I have had the privilege of observing the remarkable growth and development of AI.

Lately, I’ve found myself delightfully immersed in the pages of Charlotte Bronte’s timeless masterpiece, Jane Eyre (yet again). In this literary gem, the protagonist cherishes a leisurely stroll around a park on a captivating November morning, shrouded in a gentle mist. It is really a precious and cherished experience for her.
In this modern day and age, we are fortunate to be bestowed with an abundance of information, experiences, and all kinds of content. I sometimes day dream and think about what a character from a novel, such as Jane Eyre, would do with the technology we have today….
The gift of knowledge is invaluable. The myriad of possibilities that lie before us when it comes to choosing what to do with these many resources is what sets us apart.

As an astute teacher, I have ingeniously crafted a cutting-edge curriculum tailored specifically for the realm of artificial intelligence, showcasing my unwavering ability to stay abreast of the ever-evolving landscape of knowledge. I have had the pleasure of teaching countless hours of bespoke professional English courses. I am delighted to announce that I have embarked on the exciting journey of creating a newsletter on LinkedIn to chronicle my many endeavors and the diverse roles I undertake.

I’ve been delightfully immersing myself in the world of perfumeries, all while keeping pace with the thriving and vibrant Romanian fragrance industry…

For the New Year I aspire to work more and better. I am eager to expand my writing skills and leave a lasting impression. Harnessing my abilities and experience to craft exquisite creations. Reviews, interviews, and essays are just a few of the many avenues via which one might reflect upon and explore more. I really anticipate witnessing the forthcoming advancements in the realm of fragrances.

During my talk with perfumer Stéphanie Bakouche for Fragrantica, we discussed the future of perfumery. If the future belongs to slow perfumery, it is yet to be seen this new year.

The big questions for 2024

AI challenge: where do we go from here?

Are there new perspectives and more market opportunities for developing new products?
Can you build a business solely on AI? Some say that it is possible … I wish I had time to give it a try.
What new (AI-based) products can I use to scale my business?

Perfumery Challenge: The Future of Perfumery

I wish I had some insight into the new launches. I will soon, of course.

What would be the main trends in perfumery?

Customers that purchase fragrances in the future are more considerate than previous generations. There are additional factors to consider when making a purchase decision. The fragrance market has been seeing quite a transformation recently, with the emergence of sudden TikTok sensations, and a growing emphasis on ingredient transparency.

These infrastructural changes suggest a perfume consumer that is approaching products, interactions, and purchases in a fresh and innovative manner.

For the new year I want: more sleep, more music, more tea, more books, more sunsets, more happy encounters, more creating, more strolls on the beach, more jokes, more laughter, more dreaming, more fun, more love, more peace.

And let us not overlook the fact that a bike ride is truly unparalleled, except perhaps for a leisurely stroll amidst the ethereal beauty of the clouds.

Photo – AI-generated