Your social media feeds are full of colorful graphics and eye-catching videos. You’ll find them coming from all kinds of businesses, and professionals, populating your social stream. Why is there so much to LOOK AT on social media? Because everyone is vying for your attention with their post. How can a business or professional, or your […]
Teams have to communicate and, in 2017, they have to do it efficiently. No one has time to be switching between email, text messages, social media messages and the new app of the month. If your team needs an open line of communication that’s both easy and useful, we’ve got 7 tools for you to consider. […]
Individuals are turning to social media for their customer service needs. It might come in the form of a Facebook message or a tag on Twitter, but there’s little doubt customers and members are using social media more and more for a direct connection. Sprout Social found in a survey last year that 90% of people had used social media […]
“Most people do not listen with the intent to understand; they listen with the intent to reply” – Stephen R. Covey We talk a lot about monitoring on social media. Looking for comments, reviews, and tweets that need a response. Finding ways to make a connection when genuine engagement is a two-way street. Social listening […]
Work smarter, not harder! That’s how we operate.
If there is a tool that can help us be more productive with our day, we are game to give it a try.
In that spirit, we’ve been using Chrome extensions quite a bit.
Business professionals spend 47 hours a week at work, 52 minutes a day commuting, and 42 hours a year stuck in traffic jams.
Our work days are longer and free time is shorter.
But even on a tight schedule, it’s crucial to find new ways to stay relevant in your industry, keep up on business trends, and learn from other professionals.
In spite of ever changing technology, the basic Powerpoint presentation is very much alive and well.
Private business, educators, government contractors and non-profits rely on this method of presentation to effectively deliver their message.
But thanks to better training, tools, software and technology, our presentations can be even more effective. And our messages can stick with our audience long after they leave the room.
Ding! New email. Ping! More Facebook comments. Ring! New text message.
How can you hope to accomplish anything with such a symphony of activity constantly ringing? Short answer: you can’t.
Digital tools can be a benefit to any business, but are especially helpful to small businesses.
If your company is like ours, you need to ensure that you maximize productivity and spend money wisely.
Productivity is a top priority for many business owners. Not only do you want to be more efficient, you need your staff to be as well.
The digital tools you use can make or break your efficiency.
Marketing professionals are always on the lookout for ways to learn new skills and techniques that make us better at our jobs. We scour the internet for blogs to read, experts to follow and groups to join.
But where do you go when you are in a slump? When the creative juices aren’t flowing or you feel like everything your team is producing is okay at best?
The answer: TED Talks.
Writing a case study is a necessity if you want to instantly prove to digital visitors that your company knows what it’s doing!
That your product works.
That your service produces results.
That your clients are happy.
So, how do you do that? What are the pieces and parts of a great case study?