Whether it’s a company picnic, or a product toss at a promotional event, branded items are a must have. Many of these products are not only affordable for business owners, but highly customizable. In other words, putting your logo on a t-shirt or baseball cap has never been easier. With this ease of accessibility comes the option for application. It starts with t-shirts and hats but quickly grows to include pens, water bottles and countless other pieces. Your imagination when it comes to branded materials is really only limited by how much you’re willing to spend, which is fortunately becoming less and less.
Everywhere you turn, you’re likely to hear about the latest social media marketing technique you need to employ to develop business success. While online digital marketing should be part of your plan, it shouldn’t completely usurp traditional methods. Long before text marketing was created or the first Facebook business page post was submitted, traditional marketing methods were helping businesses of all sizes expand and achieve success. Incorporating branding and print products into your marketing plan can help you spread the word about your business. If you’re not sure what to include, take a look at this list for effective print products for marketing your business.
Anyone with a blog or website knows how crucial a comment section is. Unfortunately, a lot of people abuse the comment system, both on websites and blogs. People abuse the system by either trolling, or by making fake comments in order to get a link back to their site. A site owner needs to protect the comments section while still allowing people to comment. This is a fine line, as nobody wants to anger their followers by making it difficult to post. This dilemma has perplexed PR experts ever since the advent of the internet. If this sounds familiar to you, then here are five tips for effectively handling haters.
We live in a digital world where most of our daily life relies on being connected. Keeping yourself safe online should be a priority. Whether shopping, chatting or surfing ensure a policy of “safety first” in all that you do. Virtual vulnerability can be kept at bay with these security tips…
It’s a familiar feeling for most bloggers, you sit down to write a post and nothing comes out, your mind is blank. Then the panic sets in. You can’t seem to think of anything interesting and those ideas you can come up with seem pathetic. Oh no! What happens if you never think of another good post again! You’ll have to watch your blog wither away, lose its followers and become another dead site.
While it’s unlikely that will ever happen, writers block, or should I say, bloggers block, is something most of us will have issue with during our blogging career. By simply following these easy tips you can confront your lack of creativity and come up with effective and compelling posts every time you sit down to blog.