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How to Create a Memorable Tagline for Your Brand

The job of a tagline is to communicate what your brand represents in a clear and concise manner. Therefore, taking the time to create a memorable tagline is a very important step in positioning your brand – and of course, it can evolve along with your business to reflect changing market trends and industry focus.

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Business Etiquette Can Be Your Golden Ticket

Proper business etiquette not only conveys expertise, professionalism, and confidence; it also helps set your company apart from the competition. Appropriate dress, direct eye contact, and a firm handshake all contribute to a successful representation of your brand – but these can all fall flat if they’re not reinforced by appropriate behavior.

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Choosing Your Marketing Activities Wisely

Do you feel overwhelmed by all the noise going on in the marketing world? If so, you are not alone. The marketing industry has changed dramatically over the past decade, and none of us can afford to remain uninformed of the new technologies and opportunities available in the marketplace. But with so many avenues available, how does one prioritize and keep up with current marketing activities?

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Dazzle Your Customers With A Strong Customer Retention Strategy

Most organizations with a high percentage of customer retention have one thing in common: the product or service they offer has some sort of value above and beyond what their competitors provide. Whatever their industry, successful businesses meet or exceed their customers’ expectations at all times.

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Marketing Plan = Business Success? You bet!

The New Year is quickly approaching us. For most organizations, their fiscal year follows the calendar year; as a result, the month of November is critical to budget, business strategy, and marketing planning. During November and December, marketing professionals typically reflect on the types of activities that are helping their organization grow, which efforts have yielded the highest return on their investment (ROI), and which efforts should not be repeated. It is based on this analysis of what does and doesn’t work that professionals make their forecasts for the New Year.

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Make Your Website Work for You!

This month, we have been discussing the ins and outs of modern website design and development, touching first on traditional HTML/CSS websites, then on Content Management Systems (CMS), and finally on the integration of Rich Media into your web presence. So far, we have placed a great deal of emphasis on content and the ways in which it can be included and managed – after all, your company’s website is only as good as the information it provides. But the highest quality content in the world is worth nothing if your website is not found on the Internet. This week, we will be wrapping up our Website Design and Development series with some information on how to make your website work for you.

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Identifying a Strong Advertisement

For many businesses, their advertisements are purely utilitarian: Display your company’s logo, phone number, and a picture somehow related to the work you do. Sign the check, wait for the ad to run, and hope you get a return on your investment. Often, the latter fails to materialize. The business owner becomes discouraged, and often stops running ads altogether – after all, advertising (whether in a printed publication or on the web) is expensive. When budgets are slashed, marketing is often the first line item to be cut.

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What Makes A Website Great?

Fifteen years ago, simply having a website meant your company was ahead of the curve. Many big companies (multinationals, even) gave little thought to their web presence, and people were only beginning to realize the potential of the web as a vehicle for delivering information from company to consumer (and vice versa). But to say things have changed since 1996 would be an understatement.

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Search Engine Marketing: SEO vs. Paid Search

One highly-deliberated topic is the comparison of search engine optimization (SEO) and paid search, also known as pay per click (PPC). Without choosing sides, we’d like to take a moment to inform you of both marketing options, their general result, and what we think works best in a robust search engine marketing campaign.

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