Everywhere we look lately, from entertainment to business, what’s old is new again. Well established franchises are selling out movie theaters, the toy aisle is straight out of the eighties and businesses everywhere are turning back the clock to stand out in this fast-paced, digital world. How can you go retro to connect with customers andContinue reading “4 Retro Ways to Connect with Modern Audiences”
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4 Tips to Communicate Clearly With Emojis
When emojis burst onto the scene, people rejoiced. These colorful characters were fun and broke through language and cultural barriers. In 2015, the Oxford Dictionaries cemented their place in our language by selecting an emoji — the Face with Tears of Joy — as the Word of the Year. Predictions of a future with little toContinue reading “4 Tips to Communicate Clearly With Emojis”
The Art of Follow-Up
It’s an integral part of the marketing process yet most marketers don’t do it. Unfortunately, not following up on your marketing efforts leads to missed opportunities and sales. How do you consistently follow up with people without being annoying?
Are You Being Heard? Communication Tips For Your Brand
Communication. It’s so simple, right? We learn to do it at a young age, and it’s second nature. So why is it so difficult to communicate effectively with your customers, business partners and employees? Sure, you blast out emails to your customers and employees, blast out promotional social updates and blast out glossy hyperbole inContinue reading “Are You Being Heard? Communication Tips For Your Brand”
LinkedIn: The Essence of a Profile
You created a bare bones profile and uploaded your resume to LinkedIn a few years ago, and you haven’t been back. You’re done, right? Similar to other social platforms, the more you put into LinkedIn, the more you’ll get out of it. And just like other platforms, it all starts with your profile. What’s in a LinkedInContinue reading “LinkedIn: The Essence of a Profile”
If You Build It, They Will Come… If You Invite Them
If you build it, they will come… if you invite them. Did you dream of grabbing a domain name and waking up to a devoted following the next day? Not quite. But if you invite people who enjoy your content and keep them coming back for more, you may end up with your own field of dreams.