For your marketing to succeed, it needs to be relevant. Sounds obvious, but you would be surprised how many companies take their relevancy for granted, and as a result their marketing efforts suffer.
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We live in a marketing world of 100 million active Twitter accounts. But just because Twitter is omnipresent doesn’t mean it’s "auto-magically" going to help your business when you start tweeting.
So, you need to create a new brochure or company newsletter but you have the artistic ability of a six-year-old. Just because you are artistically challenged doesn’t mean you can’t create something that will work in a pinch! Here are five professional graphic design tips that will point you in the right direction.
Humans have been obsessed with cats since the beginning of time. Egyptians thought they warded off evil and, in the Middle Ages, they were considered evil. Today, cats are all over the Internet and we think they're hilarious.
It happens in every organization. One day you wake up and notice that your company’s website needs a major refresh. Maybe it’s because your website has looked the same for several years (Where did the time go?). Maybe it’s because your company’s just gone through a rebranding and you need the site to reflect your new positioning. Or maybe your site is just not getting the traffic and conversions it used to.
So, you’ve decided to start a company newsletter, you’ve been assigned to work on your newsletter, or you want to update your organization’s newsletter a fresh new look. The reasons to publish a newsletter are many. A non-profit organization may use their newsletter to reach out to its constituents. Businesses might send a newsletter to their customers. Large corporations may have an internal newsletter for their employees.
The English novelist George Orwell is probably best known for his works Animal Farm and Ninety Eighty-Four – these two books together have sold more copies than any two books by any other 20th-century author! He was known for his clear, direct – and entertaining – writing style. So, what can this mid-century writer teach us today? Turns out, he would’ve been a great writer for today’s blog-style of writing.