Do YOU Think Before You Tweet?

Are you a regular — or even infrequent — Tweeter? If yes, do you always pause before posting a Tweet? Have you ever made a Tweet that you wish you could take back? Well, once it’s posted, somebody will see it. So, think before posting!!! 🙂 Consider these tips from Nivida.    

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Ten Marketing-Oriented Business Trends to Consider: A Slideshow

As one of our business planning activities, we should always be willing to think outside the box. We should be thinking of where our firm is headed in both the short run and long run! This slideshow from Logo Design Guru: “visually represents the 10 fundamental aspects of businesses that want to keep their feet […]

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Looking to Generate Passion? Consider Using the Color Red

Some colors are meant to generate different emotions among consumers. Red is one such color — it can bring out the passion in people. As Evan Brown writes for Designmantic: “Red is a fierce color. Whether you use it for apparel or in any industry, it will invigorate the darkest and the brightest feelings alike. […]

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Don’t Be a Stereotype at Work!

As part of our self branding, we need to be confident and communicative about ourselves and our career skills in order to get promoted or to pursue a new job track. Check out this Wall Street Journal video for more background information.    

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FIFTY Blogging Tips

Looking to make your blog as good and effective as possible? Then, consider the 50 tips in the infographic below. The infographic was developed by Cent for Your Escape from 9 to 5: “There are plenty of blogging tips all over the Web. Unfortunately, they are all spread across multiple Web sites. I wanted to […]

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The “Science” of Tweeting

A lot of us think that Tweeting is one of the most spontaneous and intuitive social media activities in which we engage. But, if we choose to be so engaged, Tweeting can also be more of a science. Consider these observations by Kim Speier for Mainstreethost: “Twitter has become an essential tool in your social […]

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What Are the Toughest Languages to Translate?

As firms go global, language translation becomes more complex and time-consuming. Dana Translation notes that: “In today’s global environment and economy, interesting and important  come in many languages. People and organizations often need to unlock the meaning within those documents with a perfect translation that conveys the intent of the document.” “Many people don’t realize […]

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What Makes a Top-Notch Marketing Executive?

Here’s an informative infographic from Pepperdine University on this topic. What do YOU think about the attributes cited here?   Pepperdine University Online Master of Business Administration  

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Iconic PR Campaigns Over the Decades

As we know, public relations activities and media have changed over the decades. Consider these observations from the Fusion 360 agency: “Public relations firms and — in many instances, marketing agencies — have the task of maintaining a favorable public image for their respective clients. Currently, that’s primarily accomplished through digital means: social media, content […]

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Web Design Tips from the Leaders

We can learn a lot from how the best Web sites get designed. As Austin Knight writes for HubSpot: “Style guides have always been a staple of design, with some print versions dating back to over 100 years ago. But as design for the Web continues to become more formalized, style guides have begun to find their rightful […]

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