Consumer Promotions and Engagement Tips

How may we improve the consumer purchase process? And go further than we do now? In this post, we study consumer promotions and engagement tips.

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Transforming Marketing Departments

We look at how firms are transforming marketing departments. In sum, how should marketing departments act in today’s evolving competitive environment?

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Marketers as Strategic Influencers

Business strategies set the firm’s objectives. And they outline how to reach them. In this post, we look at the role of marketers as strategic influencers.

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Handling Rideshare Drivers

The Zebra created a guide to help those who struggle with awkward rideshare drivers. The guide breaks down the 10 most common types of rideshare driver personalities you’ll run into, from drivers who share too much to those that don’t say a word.

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Creating a Business Plan

In creating a business plan, care must be taken. A sloppy, incomplete, and/or unrealistic plan may lead to a quick failure. Or cause a company to not reach its goals. Thus, a simple planning process may be helpful. And that is especially true for new or small firms. See these past posts on planning: 2018 […]

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Fast Fashion Getting Faster

Today, numerous fashion marketers are following one very strong trend: fast fashion getting faster. And this represents a competitive advantage. These prior posts also look at fashion activities: Macy’s Social Media Superstars Young Adult Views Toward Brands Virtual Reality Live at Vera Bradley Stores Five Fashionistas That Are Thriving What Is the State of Global […]

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Wherefore Art TV Advertising

Wherefore art TV advertising is a play on Shakespeare. But the stakes couldn’t be higher for TV firms at any point along the supply chain. Viewing shifts — with the related advertising shifts — are playing havoc with both traditional and cable TV audiences. Yes, the Super Bowl remains an ad powerhouse. But, social media […]

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Small Businesses Are Charging Ahead

As we noted earlier this month, many small business trends are worth studying. Now, let’s consider how small businesses are charging ahead. According to Vangie Beal for Webopedia: “A small business is privately owned and operated. And it typically employs a small number of workers. In the United States, the the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) […]

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