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Articles / 10.08.2016

By: Alexandra Tachalova When it comes to brick-and-mortar storefronts, local businesses often struggle to compete with neighboring big brands. Statistics show that, even for a well-known local store that's established a strong relationship with its customers and built a community through the years, having such a neighbor can be detrimental. But what about a newly opened business? Does it have any...

Articles / 10.08.2016

By Joe Wadlington People go to Twitter to find out what’s happening in the world around them. Because interests and passions bring them to the platform, they’re hungry to expand those interests—to discover new people, publications, and businesses. People tweet about their likes/dislikes, how they spend their time, what they are reading or watching, where they are, etc. Because of this, their...

Articles / 03.08.2016

Written by Brittany Gellerman  "Everything’s already been thought of." "I don't even know where to start." "I’m just not a creative person." We've all had those frustrating moments when when we're expected to come up with a brilliant new idea, but no matter how much we squint at our computer screens, we just can't seem to think of anything good. That's when we tend to look over at...

Articles / 03.08.2016

Written by Larry Kim n the last six years, I've done more than 100 pitches all across this country. I've enjoyed many victories, including raising $30 million in venture capital from institutional investors. But I've also suffered some defeats -- it would be just awesome if I never see another rejection letter. Needless to say, my successes and failures have taught me several...

Articles / 03.08.2016

Written by Brittany Leaning Like many of you, I'm a trained marketer and more of a "do-it-yourself" designer. Sure, I read through The Marketer’s Crash Course in Visual Content Creation and learned some sweet PowerPoint and Photoshop tricks that have helped me a lot with my content marketing job. But I really wanted to take my design skills to the next level. So I asked all my...