Social media is great because of its ability to spread a message to millions of people in just mere minutes. But it’s a double-edged sword that can either hurt or help you. When used properly it can grow your business exponentially, but when used incorrectly it can destroy your reputation in a heartbeat. Negativity spreads at least twice as fast as positivity. Don’t become a punch line on late night TV because you messed up a social ...Continue Reading → Share
As the year draws to a close, most of our clients are already planning January press releases, events, product launches, and trade shows. In the age of Adblock, on-demand television, and online newspapers, traditional advertising simply won’t cut it. Earned media remains one of the best ways to reach and motivate your audience. To stay ahead of the curve in 2016, one of the key trends to watch is the rise of influencer marketing.
The importance of social media is ...Continue Reading → Share
As the year winds down, business owners are busily planning for the year to come. This year, visual marketing came to the forefront of strategy, and in 2016 it will become even more important. Leaving out visual aspects to your advertising, social media, email, web, and PR campaigns with mean a smaller return on your investment, and no one wants that. With visual marketing becoming so crucial, small business owners are starting to rely more and more on outside ...Continue Reading → Share
If you follow our Facebook Page, you know that we’ve been taking a look at the best tools for writing, grammar and content marketing this week. There is an almost endless supply of applications available to help you write, publish, and optimize content. That means there’s no decent excuse for not publishing consistent, polished, and engaging content to connect your brand with consumers.
To help you narrow down the tools that will help the most, here’s our top 5 tools ...Continue Reading → Share
In past posts we’ve discussed basic PR/Marketing staples like press releases and social media; today we want to focus on one of the most important things that relates to all marketing and PR tactics‑‑‑‑timing.
Timing is one of the most important aspects to consider when planning your marketing campaign. It not only affects little things like social media ...Continue Reading → Share
In today’s world, where most people get their information on the Internet, your online reputation is the first thing most people will see. Think about it as an introduction to perspective clients, partners, and media outlets. It is vital that you pay attention to your online reputation and protect it the best you can. Here are three reasons investing ...Continue Reading → Share
As a small business owner, you want to make sure that your marketing efforts are worth the effort. Time is not something you can afford to waste and mistakes can be costly. We’ve come up with 6 ways to help ensure you are getting the most out of your user engagement in the social media world.
- Consistently produce quality content- The ...
Running a small business can be stressful enough without having to constantly worry to about every detail. You’ve got a lot to juggle, but there are plenty of programs out there that can make your life easier as a small business owner. Here are five tools that we think every small business should be implementing, because why make things ...Continue Reading → Share
You’ve already taken the plunge and started your dream company, possibly moved out of your home office and have hired more than 10 employees. Congratulations! Now what do you do? Feeling a little lost at this stage of your company’s development is normal. We’ve come up with 5 tips to help you get past this, “Now what?” stage ...Continue Reading → Share
Marketing your business can be overwhelming if you don’t have a plan, but it is one of the most important things you can do to move forward in your business. There are a few key tips that can help you make the most of your marketing and make it really work for you.
Tip 1- Do your research: One ...Continue Reading → Share