Should your marketing strategy feel like you are training for a marathon? Yes. Because a marketing strategy is a lot like training for a marathon and here’s why.
Are you already beating yourself up for not meeting all the goals you set for yourself at the end of 2015? We all do it even though we know it isn’t productive or realistic. We wake up on January 1st of the new year and expect that, magically overnight, all of our bad habits will have disappeared.
Are you feeling paralyzed by the change in pace of visual marketing? You are not alone. With billions of images shared daily, the struggle to keep up is real.
Whether you’re a savvy business owner, working professional, solopreneur or modern marketer we all share one thing in common – the proverbial ‘balancing act’ to success. This often entails the exhausting act of trying to accomplish several action items at the same time.
The food you eat directly impacts your critical thinking skills, memory, creativity and productivity. We all know that eating well is good for our physical and mental health.
Ever wonder why so many of the most successful people get up early in the morning to exercise? Strong body = strong mind and science backs this up and tells us exactly how and why.
Bite-sized visual media is on the rise. With an emerging visual content marketing trend there’s an estimation that 84% of communications will be visual by 2018.
There are so many rules out there on what to do and what to avoid when it comes to visual marketing. It can be almost paralyzing for a marketer or business owner to even get started.
What does marketing in the age of millennials mean to you and your business? Even if your business doesn’t directly market to this generation this still applies to you as a business owner.
This is the season of holiday parties, networking events and volunteer night mixers.