It’s easy to get comfortable with one’s branding and marketing plans. Slide decks presented at the sales meeting look great. Branding exercises give the executives a warm-fuzzy. Advertising and PR schedules are polished to a shine. But all it takes is one small leak, possibly in the form of two bored employees with a flip…
Big Ass Fans, one serious success story from Lexington is expanding. It’s a story worth telling – so have a look.
If you’d like an example of why you need to mater video production and editing at your company as a part of your SEO efforts, this post tells all.
My buddy and fellow Yahoo! Store Marketer Rob Snell has posted one of the best presentations on Yahoo Merchant Solutions that I’ve seen.
Highly ranked in search engine results, job listings are usually written in a dispassionate and utilitarian voice and do little to advance the image of your company to potential investors, partners and customers. Why not take the time to let your listings do double-duty as tools and another place to tell the company’s story?
Google Adwords wants you to use broad match – after all, 20% of all queries have not been seen in the previous 90 days. But should you really do this? I say, possibly. Read more inside.