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Welcome to 2017. Many people like to say “New Year, New You!” Well, we say you can bring the same thinking to you brand… Every year brings new challenges for your marketing department. Walking the fine line between experimenting with new promotional channels and sticking what works isn’t easy, especially when the chasm below can become a money pit for your marketing budget. That being said, there are some things you can commit to confidently. New ideas and strategies are

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We write about all areas of marketing and branding here. From the fundamentals of memorable marketing to tools and solutions you can use to build your brand, there’s no shortage of things to cover.  Certain topics inevitably attract more attention during the year, which is why we take time at the end of December to digest which articles were most popular with our readers. It tells us what we need to write more about and what we’ve covered enough, which

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Will 2017 be the year that marketing regains some much-needed balance between traditional and new media channels? There’s a good chance that could be the case. The rapid advance of social networks over the last decade has slowed to a crawl for most business owners. Facebook is fully established and now costs a lot to reach people with every post, while the likes of Twitter and Pinterest have faded from the early obsession to serve more niche audiences. Video and

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As Google recently confirmed, we’re now in a mobile-first world. From product purchases to online advertising and beyond, consumers typically turn to their mobile device more often than any other digital channel. Organizing marketing campaigns and customer service for an on-the-go audience is complicated. Nonetheless, for organizations at every level, now is the time to make it happen. What’s often overlooked with this digital-focused objective is the need for alternative ways to connect with a company when the online options

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Most business owners want to receive more phone calls from potential customers. It’s becoming common knowledge that customers value the option to call almost as much as sales teams value this form of lead. What seems like a win-win situation can quickly go downhill if you’re dealing with the wrong type of caller. There are many reasons for poor inbound call quality. Thankfully, there are solutions for almost all of them and several approaches you can take to bringing in

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When is the last time you spoke to a customer? Not by e-mail or instant message, but truly spoke to someone on the phone or in-person? Depending on your industry, the answer could range from “just a few minutes ago” to weeks – perhaps even months – since your last significant phone conversation. Some modern companies simply don’t pick up the phone as much as traditional businesses, and it’s a habit that could come back to haunt them. Never Forget

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Saying thank you is one of the simplest ways to show customers that you appreciate their business. There are many different ways to thank your customers, however, and some require more thought than others.  Thanksgiving is the ideal time to consider the best ways to remind people how important they are to us. In this article, we’ll look at a range of ideas to show customers they’re the most important part of your business. We’re sure there’s something here that every

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Holiday Marketing Starts Now!

Written by: on November 12, 2016

We know no-one wants to consider seasonal shopping this far ahead of the holidays. Businesses don’t want to spend too much of their holiday marketing budget up front, and consumers can’t think about the retail rush this early on. Or so the common wisdom goes… Unfortunately, the stats don’t agree! According to a Google/Ipsos study, 61 percent of consumers now start researching holiday purchases before Thanksgiving. In short, there’s no time like the present to ramp up your holiday marketing

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