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Social Change Agent Survey: Passion, Skill Set, and Persistence Lead to Career GrowthSandy Carter's 6 Social Business Lessons to Learn from Candy Crush5 Tips for Creating a Company Culture that Connects with Your Sweet Spot ClientsWhy Leadership Should Be a Collaborative Exercise
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Joel Hyatt is a leader in both thought and action. The innovations that he has brought to the legal profession and television industry have made indelible marks on American business and culture.
While it’s true big brands need more time to prep for the holidays because they’re operating at a large scale, there are still lots of reasons small businesses should start preparing for the season early, too. It’s like warming up before a big game. If you don’t do it, you won’t be able to play at your best.
Many businesses have signed up for a social network, more because it seems to be the 'thing to do' than because they have an understanding of how it works and how it fits into their overall marketing strategy.
If your audience has niche interests, it’s important to understand where they're spending time online. More and more, content marketers should look to these four social networks to add value to any content strategy.
Are you having trouble finding the time to use social media marketing? It may not be as daunting a task as you think. Use this approach and you'll be cashing in the social media benefits soon.
These days, there’s no end to what businesses can do when it comes to engaging with social media, no one channel to which they’re limited or forum from which they’re kept.
Brandscaping occurs when two (or more) brands get together and form a marketing partnership that increases demand for all brands involved. Typically the brands aren’t direct competitors but instead have a shared customer demographic.
An area of marketing that is often overlooked is how important it is to be mindful when creating a company culture. You don’t build a culture to make a sale.
Most small business owners will tell you that their #1 source of new customers is word of mouth marketing. Why then are these same business owners reluctant to try online word of mouth marketing?
Twitter chats are an essential part of your digital marketing diet. In fact, these online conversations offer valuable information and far-reaching benefits to both seasoned and aspiring professionals from any industry.