Imagine you’re invited to a networking event. When you get there, you discover that it consists of various businesses shouting over one another. If you’ve ever attempted to increase your Facebook visibility organically, you know the feeling.
Posting on social media takes Goldilocks-like sensibilities. No, we’re not suggesting that your social media strategy is child’s play. In fact, having a well-developed social media presence is a critical part of running a successful business in the digital age.
In business, some departments are mission critical. At a minimum, you need a leader to make the decisions and an accounts payable principle to send out checks each week. (Because let’s face it, no matter how nicely you ask them, no one’s going to work for free.) A sales team is great for making sure money continues to come in, but without the right collateral, they could fall short.
What do you immediately think of when you hear the word “Spring”? Flowers? Thunderstorms? Cleaning? If you’re like us, it’s the latter.
One billion hours. That’s how long we collectively spend consuming content on YouTube every day. The only statistic that rivals it? The 1.8 billion total monthly users that login to watch – that’s a quarter of the world’s entire population! What’s more, when it comes to reaching 18-49-year-olds, YouTube outpaces every other major cable network in the U.S. and 85% of American teens use it, too.
You’ve done your podcast reconnaissance, and are convinced that this is the year you’ll start your own podcast for your business. Whether you’re looking to monetize said podcast, increase your conversion rates, or bolster your content strategy, podcast production is the precursor.
Once upon a time, it was all about campfires not TVs, social media, or even radio that held us captive. The stories told around the fire helped shape entire cultures and solidify communities.
What if we told you that you had a team of team of untapped marketers and salespeople waiting to help spread the word about your business? They don’t require a salary, and you might never meet them in person, but you also can’t afford to ignore them. No, we’re not suggesting you “invest” in an unpaid intern. Instead, we recommend crowdsourcing content from willing brand ambassadors. Need a refreshed marketing strategy to help you break through the noise and increase …
The language-processing center is one of the most developed parts of the adult brain. It’s a highly advanced system that allows us to decipher meaning from pure silence. With little effort, black and white symbols take on all kinds of meaning.
Top down isn’t just a leadership strategy it’s also a branding strategy. Though we typically refer to the top tier of the c-suite as a CEO, the acronym could easily be exchanged for CBA (Chief Branding Ambassador).