Three reasons to do what’s best for your customers

Recently I had a sales call with a prospective client. I have a basic form for people to fill out on my website when they book the call, but I typically walk into these types of calls a lot like a blind date: I know their name, we agreed on the time and location, and...

One 4 letter word you don’t want to forget in your marketing

When I was in college, the first design class I took was called “Interactive Media 1”. We built powerpoints and dynamic PDF files. We watched informational videos about the start of the internet and how digital media has changed. But the core of the class was centered...

Fill Your Creativity Cup

Picture this… it’s Monday morning and you proudly sit down to write next month’s social media content. You’re working ahead instead of leaving your content for the last minute! Go you! But when your fingertips hit the keys on your laptop, you find yourself at a...

Think Your Work “Speaks For Itself”? Here’s Some Tough Love.

Your work is like the beautiful truffula trees in Dr. Seuss’s classic, “The Lorax.” It has deep, intrinsic value. But it doesn’t speak. At least not in English, and not very loudly. I work with a lot of entrepreneurs who started their business based on a deep inner...

What does social media have in common with kids? (Part two)

Last time I wrote, I touched on some ways that babies and social media marketing are the same. If you haven’t read that blog yet, you can find it here, but I also promised to offer some tips for dealing soon. So, this piece is dedicated to helping us all ride those...