Posts Tagged ‘planning’

How Marketing Velocity Can Help You Increase Sales and Revenue

Ross Kimbarovsky | November 28th, 2016

Image Source: Edward Musiak Marketing can be expensive and often, unpredictable. The most successful marketers and teams set clear, crisp goals, develop smart strategies, and experiment with different tactics. But even then, many campaigns fail to return the money marketers invest on marketing efforts. I’ve previously written about lean marketing – testing your ideas in small batches, listening to feedback, […]

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How Your Strategic Processes Are Undermining Your Results

Lauren Nelson | November 14th, 2016

Standard operating procedure is stifling your team’s creativity.

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Struggling to Generate Good Content? Go Full On Club Kid

Lauren Nelson | August 23rd, 2016

Ah, college. Those were the days, weren’t they? Our first real taste of freedom. New friends. New Experiences. More down time than we could appreciate in the moment. And oh, the parties. The glorious, glorious parties. I’m not talking about the keggers at the local frat house or the regularly scheduled Friday night beer pong. […]

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Small Business and Startups: Prepare For the Worst

Mike | May 13th, 2013

Disaster strikes. Extreme weather events, fires, data storage failures, illness or even the death of a key team member can occur at any time and when something happens, will your small business be prepared? According to ReadWrite, 74% of small businesses do not have a disaster plan and 84% don’t even carry insurance against natural […]

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Five Reasons Why You Should Focus On Today And Not Tomorrow

Ross Kimbarovsky | November 11th, 2008

People often worry about the future and make decisions that may not have any impact for months or years. While it’s important to consider the future, doing so might cause you to lose focus about the present. This is particularly true when running a business, and especially true in today’s challenging economic times. So, let me offer five reasons […]

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