Why You should Generate Visual Content to Brand your Company

Relevant content and quality writing drives effective marketing, however, visual content is also crucial for building a lasting relationship with your customers. Today’s digital age demands better means to transfer messages. With the increase in the use of visual social media platforms such as Instagram and Pinterest, B2B marketers can grow their businesses faster than ever before. Both these tools provide endless opportunities for B2B marketing, as they are simple to use and are quickly becoming central to successful visual content marketing strategies.   Read the rest of this entry »

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4 Facebook Dos and Don’ts for Effective Public Relations

As a communications professional, it is hard to deny the tremendous impact that social media has had on our clients, campaigns and work methods. Facebook is one of the world’s largest social media platforms with an estimated 800 million users. Its reach has motivated companies and PR practitioners to incorporate or create digital media campaigns using Facebook in order to generate “likes,” create a community among consumers and prospects, and manage customer service needs. In the article, “4 Do’s and Don’ts of Using Facebook as a PR Tactic,” PRNews breaks down the best and worst ways to accomplish your Facebook goals.

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How to become more successful just by changing up your day

We all wake up wanting to have a productive day, do good work for our company and stay a step ahead of our competitors. I recently found a blog at Fast Company’s website, called 5 things to do every day for success by Dayna Steele, who shares some advice on how to succeed even while others sleep. The simplicity in the author’s advice goes to show that it doesn’t require much to make a great impression or beat the competition, especially if you are searching for a career opportunity. Read the rest of this entry »

Friend or Foe: Is Personal Branding Detrimental To Your Company?

With the launch of social networking sites – Twitter and Facebook – the public began to use the numerous new outlets for personal branding . The reason for this surge in personal branding is largely attributed to the fact that social networking sites give users a platform they can transform into their own personal space and share with anyone they choose. With 105,779,710 registered users on Twitter and more than 500 million active users on Facebook this year, it is almost impossible to not find someone online. Read the rest of this entry »

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