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10 Keys to Effective Content Marketing

by Jennifer Marsnik Content has been used for centuries to educate and persuade as a means of promotion. “Poor Richard’s Almanac,” for example, was first published in 1732 by Benjamin Franklin to promote his printing business. So, while it’s nothing new, expansion of digital channels in recent decades has catapulted content to a key part […]

8 Marketing ROI Measurement Hacks

by Cindy Moen According to Forrester’s 2021 B2B Buying Survey, B2B buyers engage in an average of 27 interactions before making a purchase, and about 60% of those purchases involve a committee of at least four people. If yours is like most small businesses that sell to other businesses, the tools that measure marketing return […]

Burned Out? It May NOT Be Your Career

Four Questions to Consider by Vicki LaBrosse Our team just returned from a wellness retreat where we spent time relaxing, rejuvenating and reinvigorating our physical, mental and emotional states. Many of us arrived tense, stressed and anxious about keeping up with work while trying to be present in what was supposed to be team bonding […]

The Best Time to Craft Your Crisis Communication Plan is When You Don’t Need One

by Tanya Amyote Business owners can find themselves and their firms at the center of a crisis unexpectedly or as the result of a planned and deliberate operational change. Regardless of the catalyst, there can be no better or more swift reaction than one that is carefully and intentionally crafted to mitigate a negative outcome […]

Is Twitter Worth the Trouble?

by Mary Obregon A current question on a lot of marketers’ minds: “Is Twitter worth the trouble?” For some companies, Twitter may be the best social media platform; others may not say the same. Let’s discuss Twitter and whether the time and effort needed are worth it. Background Twitter took off in 2006 and became […]

The End of Cookies?

by Megan Miller “By clicking ‘Accept All’, you consent to the use of ALL cookies. However, you may visit Cookie Settings to provide a controlled consent.” How many times per week do you encounter a website alert with a message like this? Do you take a moment to set your preferences or just blow through […]

The PESO Model – An Integrated Approach to Modern Communications

by Jennifer Marsnik Not long ago, core business activities like advertising, public relations and marketing content creation were silos within an organization. But today’s communication channels lend themselves to a more integrated approach. The PESO model is a communications strategy that combines four categories of media: paid, earned, shared and owned. Integrated programs use a […]

Basic Booth Etiquette for the Return of In-Person Conferences

by Cindy Kremer Moen As she was getting ready to return to the office, one of my friends recently said, “It’s time for me to put my hard clothes on.” With the return of many in-person conferences and trade shows, many of us are digging out our “hard” clothes – not to mention our uncomfortable […]