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How to Find Your Company’s Voice

When your customers and potential customers talk with customer service, does it feel consistent with who you are on social media, or in your ads and commercials? Few small businesses really take time to define their “voice.” However, having a consistent identity across all the forward-facing elements of your business is important. It helps you […]

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Are You Taking a Casual Approach to Marketing?

Are you taking a casual approach to your marketing? Maybe your brand has all the standard social media platforms, for example, but you aren’t using those platforms to their full potential in order to engage your followers. Or, maybe you have a customer service policy set in place, only to fall short in really taking […]

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How Social Media Marketing Is Changing in 2017

Social media marketing plays a major role in building brand, improving your online presence, and increasing engagement with your customers. So it only makes sense to keep up to speed with the latest changes in social media platforms and in social media marketing trends. Here is a brief look at how social media marketing has […]

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Social Experiments in Marketing

In 2014, the feminine hygiene product company Always filmed a social experiment where they interviewed girls of various ages about what it means to do something—run, throw, etc.—“like a girl.” During the course of the experiment, they noticed a trend. Girls who were about 10 years old and younger had no preconceived notions about what […]

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3 Marketing Lessons from Psychology

When you think about it, nowhere do psychology and real-world application intersect more clearly than in the world of marketing. Marketing is centered around studying, assessing, and predicting human behavior. How, then, can you bring more psychology into your marketing? Here is a look at three marketing lessons that are based in human psychology.

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Exploring the Subscription-Based Business Model

You’ve probably noticed a trend in the last five years or so, where more and more businesses are promising to deliver a specific good to you every month. Sites like Blue Apron, Green Chef, and HelloFresh, for example, will ship fresh ingredients for multiple meals every week. You’ve got Dollar Shave Club delivering razors, Quip […]

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Marketing Ideas for Makeup Artists

It can be rough being in business for yourself. Not only do need the expertise to do what you do, but you also usually have to be your own business manager, marketer, and accountant. One profession where people often are independent consultants is as a hair & makeup artist. You know a lot about making […]

Local Promotional Ideas for Spring

Some businesses are internationally marketed, and others are local. For example, most e-commerce businesses will want to attract clients from all over the world on the web, since shipping can go anywhere. On the other hand, a dentist, for example, will want to spend his or her time focusing on local marketing efforts, since the […]

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What Is Experiential Marketing?

Think for a moment about the most memorable ads you have seen, and the ones that have resonated with you the most. Maybe for you it’s Dove’s “Real Beauty” ads, which have been making women feel more comfortable in their own skin since 2014. Maybe it’s Old Spice’s “The Man Your Man Could Smell Like” […]