Should Business Owners Talk Politics on Social Media? (Probably Not – Here’s Why.)

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These days, it’s a very urgent question: as a business owner, do you have more to gain or more to lose by taking a political stand on social media? New data from a Sprout Social survey of 1,000 consumers turned up some fascinating insights: Two-thirds of respondents said they wanted companies to take a stand on political issues. 58 percent…

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Get Ahead of Marketing Season: 6 Thanksgiving-Themed Promotions Your Clients Will Love

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Ideally, you’ve got a consistent marketing plan in place and your potential clients and customers are hearing from you throughout the year. And when the holidays roll around? It’s time to have a little extra fun! It’s understandable that your mind probably just jumped straight to Christmas. But it’s actually Thanksgiving that holds tons of untapped potential for business promotions….

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5 Tips For Communicating With Your Graphic Designer

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Communication is one of the most important parts of the design process. A good designer will check in with you early and often. Between all the mockups, feedback, revisions, and testing, we love to hear your opinions and make sure we’re on the same page. Effective communication takes a design from good to truly great. These five tips will ensure…

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5 Tips To Keep Visitors on Your Website Longer

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Every business owner, entrepreneur or thought leader has likely spent plenty of time creating a beautiful website they’re proud of. Soon though, they learn that, on average, over 70% of the people who leave their website will never return. This doesn’t have to be the case, though. There are several tried-and-true ways to increase the chances your website visitors stick…

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5 Simple Pinterest Tips for 2018 (And Beyond!)

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Isn’t it amazing when fun and marketing meet? That’s the beauty of Pinterest, a hugely powerful social media marketing tool that’s awfully addictive (in the best way) and lets you get creative! Today I’m sharing five easy ways to use Pinterest to market your business, blog, or product. As with most social media platforms, Pinterest is always changing, so I’ll…

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5 Things Google LOVES To See On Your Website

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When you’re proud of your innovative and engaging website, you’ll want to share it with as many people as possible, especially your ideal future clients and customers. To make that happen, you’ll need to appear as high in the Google search rankings as possible. Today I’ll be sharing 5 tested, Google-approved strategies that are working right now and will take…

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5 Ways Content Written by a Pro Is A Great Investment

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Did you know that when it comes to an engaging, effective website or other marketing collateral, design and content often go hand-in-hand? In many cases, design actually follows the written content. Sure, design is powerful and pulls in your ideal customers, but it can’t work completely alone! Instead, written content and design should combine forces to deliver your message to…

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The Power of Direct Mail in A Digital World

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These days, it seems like just about everything continues to move into the digital sphere, and we’ll soon be living in a paperless world. But that might not be the case at all, especially when it comes to marketing. Could some of the most effective campaigns be spearheaded by…direct mail? A fascinating Canadian study compared the effects of direct mail…

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