Google Ads (formerly Adwords) is the search giant’s platform for delivering paid communication via search ads, display ads and YouTube videos. You know those ads you see when you do a Google search? Pretty much all of them, in dozens of different formats and file sizes, appear via Google Ads. It’s been around since 2000,… Read more »
We’ve all heard of Snapchat (it’s the one with short messages and video that disappear after a short time), and if you’re a business-to-consumer (B2C) company with a young audience, it’s getting easier and easier to utilize this platform with your marketing. However, I think it’s fair to say that a majority of companies who… Read more »
There are a lot of job posting websites in the world today, and you’ve probably heard names like Indeed, Glassdoor and ZipRecruiter (maybe you’ve even tried them). Here’s another name to consider: LinkedIn. You’ve always known that it’s a great place for business professionals to network and share their career achievements, but you may not… Read more »
If you lead the sales effort for your company, you’re often trying to start conversations with prospects who you’ve never met in-person. Making those connections over the past couple of months without face time at trade events, trade shows or drop-ins has been twice as hard. How can you convince people to be interested in… Read more »
If your company relies on trade shows as a source of sales leads, you’ll want to continue reading this. Within the past few weeks, nearly every trade show from now through June has been cancelled. As a result, trade show promoters, trade organizations and even some marketing companies are scrambling to offer alternative “virtual” trade… Read more »
Webinars actually have some advantages over in-person meetings.
If part of your job is creating packaging, you know that it is both exciting and challenging. It’s thrilling to see your work displayed in stores and in consumers’ homes, but it is equally nerve-racking to know that any error comes with significant consequences – like hundreds of thousands of incorrect packages, for example. Here… Read more »