As marketers, we don’t always need to invent new ways to communicate with customers. Sometimes, we just need to be inspired by others. Here are three simple customer relations ideas.
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If you’re looking for ways to leap ahead in business in 2021, I highly recommend reading “Work the Pond” and learning how to be more open and kind.
Announcing PR Consulting will begin operating under the name Bellingham PR & Communications in 2021. Moving on with the Bellingham PR & Communications brand.
There are tools and strategies you can use to improve your skills and confidence and boost the likelihood that content will be error-free when it goes live.
If your connection with team members and the public could be better, it’s time to pay attention to organizational communication.
During the pandemic, every one of those business management areas changed without warning. It was shocking. Every plan and budget had to be revisited.
Now is the time to pause using photos from years past — images that might include employees without proper personal protective equipment.
Each business gets to decide whether using their brand to advocate for political issues is the right thing to do or not. Pause and think.
Living through COVID-19 will give us a chance to learn and grow and pull together as a community. We will get through this.
For businesses not used to working with a marketing budget and strategy, the thought of investing in marketing activities can lead to fear-based decisions.
An entire decade of working alongside company owners, CEOs, department managers and other respected staff. So, onward we go with gratitude and appreciation.
If you are already succeeding, then focus on that instead of worrying about what potential problems could arise from a bit of competition coming to town.
Maybe you haven’t considered community parades as a form of marketing, but they just may be worth a second look and may be an affordable marketing choice!
What do you do with business cards you’re given at networking events or in the course of a day’s work? It’s simple. Here’s what you do.
How can self-employed people run a business without running themselves into the ground? One answer is to make time to step outside, away from work.