How often are you posting messages on your Facebook or Twitter account? Every week? Every day? Every hour? How much is too much? And how do you know if your messages are really resonating with your customers or audience?
When you post just for posting’s sake, you become something akin to ‘the boy who cried wolf.’ People may read your page or blog a few times, but if there’s nothing relevant, …
Working in your pajamas from home isn’t the only advantage of a telecommuting life. (But more on the PJs option later…) Turns out, working remotely can have a positive impact on your company’s brand image.
Here’s why: Working from home – or the local library or coffee shop – makes a lot of employees happy, and when they’re happy, they do better work. When they work harder and …
October has rolled around and we are in full Fall mode. Or rather, full one-holiday-after-the-other mode: Halloween. Thanksgiving. Christmas. Holiday branding should be on your wish-list! Buckle up your treat bag, cornucopia and sleigh!
The holiday season takes over the social sphere every year. So, how can your business use three solid months of holiday heavy messaging to your advantage? Branding. Branding. Branding.
1. Strategy for Holiday Branding
What are the messages you …
- Posted: October 5, 2017
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Do you have a Waffle House in your area? If not, do you know what your community’s crisis indicator is that danger may be looming? What about your business?
In the midst of a natural (or national) disaster, the Waffle House restaurant chain has become a crisis gauge for the Federal Emergency Management Agency. It assesses the impact of natural disasters by measuring their interruption of multiple large national chains …
“Ask not what your country can do for you…”
“Four score and seven years ago…”
“I look to a day when people will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character.”
All of these quotes are well-known today — even though they were made decades or centuries ago. Why? Because they are unforgettable and significant lines from famous leaders (JFK, Abe Lincoln, Martin Luther …