1. Don’t invest your money on cheap ads. 2. Avoid the least partner you can find. 3. Thinking that sales is a matter of satisfying your clients. 4. Not Charging your real costs, but staying cheap because others do. 5. Create and strengthen company culture.
3 key points that every entrepreneur must follow in order to enter and win the early start-up syndrome. So, briefly: What’s the best piece of advice Aaron has for someone just getting started with their idea?
Compete with larger companies by taking advantage of Viral marketing!
To truly be innovative, you should take opposing thoughts and combine them, which increases the innovative potential of your idea.
We decided to change our layout and stick with an essential one. This change is due to a couple of reasons. First, we want to focus on our content, which is mainly about business and market insights. Second, as creatives, want to put our creativity at the center of what we post and what we try to deliver as a message.
Three fundamentals on how become a Social Media strategist for your organization. 10 key points brought to you by David Berkowitz.
Every agency’s manager has to face some issues that may lead to a potential loss of profits, or in the worst case, the breakdown of their agencies.
In these days trying to cheat your audience with push selling techniques is completely outdated and, let me say it, a bit dumb. Those who think that push marketing is still the… More »
Today’s executives must master complex and ambiguous business demands, follow technology and refresh their skills, but they must also face the human and relational challenges associated with leading in such an environment.
An interesting post about social media and ROI. Frequently clients ask us how can they measure their social presence, especially in B2B, and I personally think that Geoffrey L. Cohen answers quite… More »