(Video) Clearly Conveyed Communications Turns 10: A Decade of Conversation

Wow, 10 years. This month my business, Clearly Conveyed Communications, turned 10 years old and it blows my mind. I never saw this coming in a million years, 10 years ago when I started out.

(Video) Clearly Conveyed Communications Turns 9: Still Giving You A Voice

Nine years. It’s hard to believe that Clearly Conveyed Communications has been giving brands and businesses a voice for nine years. When I started this journey, I never dreamed of nine years down the road. I was trying so hard to get through each day (and still am, in some ways) that looking this farContinue reading “(Video) Clearly Conveyed Communications Turns 9: Still Giving You A Voice”

Social Media’s Sizzling New Features You Need to Know About

Summer may conjure up lazy days at the beach, but social media platforms have been busy debuting new features. Here’s a summer roundup of features you may have missed, so you can incorporate them into your social media strategies. Instagram It started in May with an improved inbox. More than 150 million active daily usersContinue reading “Social Media’s Sizzling New Features You Need to Know About”

Get the Party Started: 5 Ways to Revamp Your Blogging Techniques

CCC is excited to welcome guest contributor, Katrina Manning! You can learn more about Katrina at the end of her article.  When it comes to marketing your business, one of your most critical tools is blogging. For starters, it gives you an effective way to communicate with your customers. Secondly, it can help boost theContinue reading “Get the Party Started: 5 Ways to Revamp Your Blogging Techniques”

Get Real, Brands: Why Real Is Usually Right

Whether you’re a racing fan or not, you have to love Jeff Gordon and his sponsor, Pepsi MAX, right now. Last year, the duo produced an awesome ‘test drive‘ video, where a disguised Jeff Gordon took an unsuspecting used car salesman on the ride of his life. Only, it was fake. A stunt driver, paidContinue reading “Get Real, Brands: Why Real Is Usually Right”