Today is #GivingTuesday, a day set aside for global giving.
Why should you care how invested your employees are in your business or nonprofit organization?
I came up with a new feature called, Friday Facts in #Marketing. Each Friday, I'll post new research facts on marketing-related topics that can affect your small-medium business or nonprofit organization.
We live in a world of distrust. People are in a state of malaise and suspicion. So, how do you build trust with internal customers - your employees?
This is the final installment of a three-part series. Here's the third practical way to keep your daily marketing manageable using professional development and learning management.
It's January and there are an infinite number of blog posts and articles advising you how to market this year. Yes, even I am guilty for my post on marketing predictions for 2017. 😏
Yet, determining which marketing tactics will be popular, trendy, or actually effective is another story. When your business or organization is on the small-medium side, you don't always have the luxury of internal experts to guide you.
It's likely that social media marketing is an important part of your overall marketing strategy for 2017. But, have you planned your top priorities for this year?
You want to stand out, right? Yet some marketing channels are getting so over-saturated that it's harder to gain attention and engagement for your business, startup, or nonprofit.