Business Marketing Section
(Marketing) With one simple copy and paste job, your presentation can turn into an animated gif for use on Twitter, blogs, or even email.
(Business Marketing) Logos are processed by the brain in less than half of a second, and it is your brand's first impression - get to know more about the science behind this process.
(Business Marketing) Whether you're a large or small retail operation, knowing how moms make purchasing decisions can make a tremendous impact on your bottom line.
(Business Marketing) As mobile device technologies become widely adopted, retailers must adjust to address this new mobility if they want to maximize their profits.
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(Business Marketing) A new study reveals that there are 37.5 million American adults that want to be brand advocates and don't want to get paid - how are you tapping into this opportunity!?
(Business Marketing) In the arena of content marketing, fewer titans loom larger than the company blog. With engaging, informative, and timely blogs, businesses can establish themselves as thought leaders and provide a valuable resource.
(Business Marketing) SEO planning is a great way to gain a competitive edge in your market and improve your bottom line for months to come.
(Business Marketing) Inspired by classic Apple marketing and ol' Jony Ive himself, IKEA is promoting their 2015 catalogue with humor, and we love it - what do YOU think?
(Business Marketing) Loyalty programs for small businesses are a slam dunk way to get existing customers to come back and spread the word about your offering.
(Business Marketing) Let this cute punctuation pig guide you through the most common uses of punctuation marks, complete with bacon-themed examples.
(Business Marketing) Empty nesters are often thought of as less tech savvy than their younger counterparts, but new research proves otherwise - how your brand needs to adapt to this shift.