50 Things I’m Grateful For… Summer 2014 Edition

It’s become an annual tradition at the CCC blog to list 50 unique “things” that I’m currently grateful for. It makes me think and reminds me how blessed I am. The first 50 Things I’m Grateful For post published in May 2012, a month after the blog started, and was an immediate hit. The follow-up post,Continue reading “50 Things I’m Grateful For… Summer 2014 Edition”

An Omnipresent View? The Life of a Small Business Owner

As I sit here and watch the conclusion of the Nets-Heat game, my thoughts keep drifting back to my business. It’s not for lack of excitement: this game, and especially the 4th quarter, has been a back-and-forth affair. In fact, I’m loving the view on TNT Overtime: Wouldn’t it be great if you had thisContinue reading “An Omnipresent View? The Life of a Small Business Owner”

You Don’t Know Jack About Brandjacking

In the mid-nineties, there was a trivia game called You Don’t Know Jack. As a trivia buff, I loved the game and even had it on CD-ROM (remember those?). OK, I also loved telling people, “You don’t know jack” when they answered incorrectly. Which brings me too… Brandjacking. What is it? When someone hijacks your brand,Continue reading “You Don’t Know Jack About Brandjacking”

Global Expansion: Thinking Outside Your Borders

Clearly Conveyed Communications is excited to welcome Sloan McKinney as the latest contributor to the CCC blog. You can learn more about the author at the end of this post.   Small businesses make the mistake too often in assuming that just because they’re small, international expansion will never be an option. It’s this kindContinue reading “Global Expansion: Thinking Outside Your Borders”

Shop Small, Support Your Community

It’s Small Business Saturday week, one of our favorite times of the year at CCC. Small Business Saturday is a day dedicated to supporting small businesses across the country. Founded by American Express in 2010, it’s celebrated every year on the Saturday after Thanksgiving, which falls on November 30th this year. Think about this: over 50%Continue reading “Shop Small, Support Your Community”