7 Ways to Make Twitter Work Better For Your Business
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Twitter is a great platform to grow your business, but it’s ever-changing. New user-based research, capabilities, and ways to interact are always on the horizon. It can be tough to stay on top of things. Below are 7 ways you can keep up with the curve and improve your online … Read More

Do I know you?: Pros and Cons of Using Stock Photos
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Have you ever picked up an ad or a brochure with an attractive but vaguely familiar face on it? You start thinking to yourself, “Do I know her? Is that my husband’s friend from college? Is that someone I used to work with?” Then it hits you—you saw her in … Read More

Is Digital Advertising Any Good, Anymore?
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Recently I’ve noticed that reading news or other articles on my phone may no longer be an option for me. The reason? I now spend most of my time disabling digital ads that pop up on top of the article, scroll with my screen, crawl along the bottom, or play … Read More

Your Brand Needs to Be More Human
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We live in a largely self-aware, consumerist society. Most consumers know that they are caught in a marketplace and that they spend a significant part of their lives consuming goods from it. They also recognize brands when they see them but the ones they choose to interact with come with … Read More

No, Your Kid Couldn’t Have Designed Google’s New Logo.
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We’ve come to expect changes in the Google logo thanks to the daily updates created by artists and designers to celebrate history and achievements. But the change Google made to its logo on September 1 was different. This time, it stuck. Gone are thin serifs that have represented the ever-growing … Read More

Quick Lessons from World Brands
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If you’ve been following our posts, you know all about branding and what it means for your business. Your brand is your image—your signature—and it encompasses everything that you do to market and sell your product or service. Branding also includes your offices, employees, and the customer service you provide. … Read More

Marketing Is Like The Hunger Games (Now With Pictures!)
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Marketing is like WHAT? Oh yeah, we said it. Let’s not waste time, because in The Hunger Games and marketing alike, time is a limited resource. Here we go! It’s A Jungle Out There (And Other Dangers) Keeping a business alive often pits you against fierce competition. And marketing is … Read More

Do Religion and Politics Belong In Your Business?
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Do you remember being told not to talk about religion or politics at dinner? While, on an average night, your dinner table may not exactly be composed of characters one might call “polite company”, this adage is a useful reference when developing advertising for your business. RELIGION IS PERSONAL Unless … Read More

Top 10 Reasons You Should Be Working With a Freelancer
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Every business that doesn’t employ in-house marketing and creative teams has the choice to hire the services of either an agency or a freelancer. Being a freelancer, I’m kind of partial to the businesses that choose freelancers. For the rest of you, why should you choose a freelancer over an … Read More

The Trivago Guy and How You Can Get People Talking About Your Brand Too
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Did you see the first Trivago Guy commercial last year? It wasn’t meant to be funny or creepy, but that’s what it was. No fault of actor Tim Williams who plays the now-iconic spokesperson for the travel site, we were treated to an inhumanly long torso slithering toward us styled … Read More

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