Business Marketing Section
(Business Marketing) As Airbnb rolls their new logo out, the company Founder says you can all go ahead and laugh that it may resemble various genitalia.
(Public Relations) Isis mobile payments are having quite a time of their name as a terrorist group adopts the same name for their brand. Let's discuss the conundrum.
(Business Marketing) You may scroll right past Facebook posts or users that flash cash and recruit "leaders" into their "team," but others don't - why don't they know better? Let's discuss.
(Business Marketing) Create personalized YouTube videos by selecting a VidSpoke spokesperson to record your own customized content.
(Business Marketing) Millennials are often a misunderstood, yet increasingly economically powerful generation, and every business can improve their bottom line by winning this demographic over.
(Business Marketing) Small brands may secretly be intimidated by the efforts of their larger counterparts, but there are ways to compete with more strength online.
(Business Marketing) Will consumers today choose "cute" over function when given the choice? A new study answers the question for us.
(Business Marketing) Can you tell when someone is lying to you in an email? Do more than trust your gut, learn the red flags.
(Business Marketing) From the creators of Mint.com comes Visage, a visual data tool for the non-designers so anyone can have consistent branded presentations, blog graphics, and more.
(Business Marketing) Logo design has come a long way and several trends have come to fruition leading to sophisticated, sleek, beautiful trends that we love.
(Business Marketing) Showrooming is widely known as the practice of consumers finding web deals while in a store and skipping the register at brick and mortar stores - "webrooming" is being dubbed as the opposite act.
(Business Marketing) A new study reveals that win-back programs and "we miss you" emails bring back consumers that many marketers are giving up on too soon.