When I was growing up, my friends and I used to talk about what we wanted to achieve. No matter what occupation came up or what route someone wanted to take, it always ended with ‘world domination.’ That’s what Facebook wants too, and it may get there. The stats are already ridiculous, but the socialContinue reading “Facebook’s Next Stop: World Domination (and That’s a Good Thing)”
Sometimes you have to slow down to get ahead. You may have noticed that the CCC blog went dark between September 4th and September 18th, missing three posting days. We were busy getting certified in Inbound Marketing methodology. I’m proud to announce that CCC is now Inbound Marketing Certified, and we’d love to help yourContinue reading “Inbound: Not Your Father’s Marketing”
Have you been Peanutized? I took the plunge this afternoon. After seeing the fun creations in my Facebook News Feed the past few days, I couldn’t resist anymore. (Ah, the power of social media…) Get Peanutized is a cool microsite that 20th Century Fox is using to promote the upcoming release of The Peanuts MovieContinue reading “Peanutized: How to Encourage Fans to Engage With Your Brand”
It’s that time! The Holiday selling season is upon us… Christmas is a stressful time for both businesses and customers. Businesses worry about losing customers during this hectic season, and customers worry about getting everything done on their lengthy to-do lists. Sure, some businesses will pick up customers as everybody is in a mad rush to buy presents.Continue reading “6 Things All Businesses Should Do Over Christmas”
Blogging. As a small business owner, writer or business professional today, you understand its benefits (and may even enjoy it). But some days it becomes a four letter word in your vocabulary. Recently I read a post from a fellow blogger who was asking her readers about her new posting frequency. She had committed toContinue reading “How Flexible Should Your Blog Schedule Be?”
We live in an era where content is king — or so we’re told on a daily basis. But think about it… If you produce awesome content and no one is around to consume it, is it still king? Cory Doctorow doesn’t think so.