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Professional Product Photography Hacks

April 24, 2018
photo hacks

Product photography is a good addition to any marketing strategy because it’ll make your presentation more appealing and engaging. Unfortunately, it can also ruin your brand’s reputation if not done properly. To avoid that, here are 7 professional product photography hacks that can help you get started. 1. Try with various angles Narrate a beautiful…

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Six Powerful Marketing Trends from SXSW 2017

March 24, 2017
SXSW 2017

Marketers, VR enthusiasts, celebrities, musicians, and even gamers flock to Austin, Texas each spring for the South by Southwest Conference & Festivals. Sessions, sponsor activations, and events revolve around interactive, film, music and new to 2017, gaming. From VR cinemas to fashion moguls talking social media, to the effects of storytelling on your brain, here…

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Fast And Efficient 101 Graphic Design Tips

June 30, 2015

Creating a design can sometimes be very time-consuming and require infinite patience, in addition to creativity. As a graphic designer I have found a few helpful tricks that have made the process of designing less time-consuming, enabling me to complete my projects more efficiently. Use these 101 graphic design tips to create your next winning concept in…

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Three Ways To Stretch Content And Maximize Reach

April 7, 2015

Finding ways to stretch budgets is a struggle for content marketers. Learn how to repurpose content to make every piece count. We know that content marketing is force to be reckoned with. It helps marketers drive traffic, engage customers and spread brand awareness. When optimized for action it can boost SEO, social media interactions and lead generation. Creating…

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The Do’s And Don’ts Of Social Media Branding

November 25, 2014

Branding often ignores how design will perform in social media. These best practices will help your brand look great in the social feed. Branding is a process. It takes into account so many things, from product features to company culture. There’s much thought put into the esthetic. Making a first impression. The color palette. That hard…

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Improve Brand Visibility With The New Twitter Design

May 20, 2014
Twitter for Business

You may have started seeing the new Facebook-like design that Twitter launched to all users in April. It’s more visually compelling, offers the opportunity to better showcase your brand, and allows for some new features you should be taking advantage of. Today we’re going to look at what’s new and how your brand can benefit…

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Entertaining Error Messages: Mailchimp’s Disappearing Act

March 19, 2013

MailChimp has won us over with their cuteness. I recently came across a page that somehow disappeared according to the MailChimp error message below. And for a moment, my world stopped and I had a little laugh. I absolutely love how MailChimp’s branding and messaging is consistent. Everything from the funny monkey to the fun…

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Understanding Image Rights For Social Media

October 17, 2012

  Finding photos for use in online articles, blog posts and other online marketing efforts can be a source of frustration for many. Questions arise about rights, fair use and attribution. There are several resources available to find photos, and understanding creative commons, editorial use and attribution will help you navigate and find a photo…

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The New Facebook Timeline Emergency Guide For Business (white paper)

March 30, 2012

  The day has finally come, it’s March 30th and Facebook will finally unleash their timeline upon the brand business pages of the universe. Some of you are nodding your head thinking “about time already” and yet others still find themselves in the middle of their Friday afternoon unprepared, frantically trying to figure out how…

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Write Fun Call To Actions To Grab Your Audience

February 15, 2012
creative-conversations

The Creative Conversations series explores methods of communicating creatively, yet conversationally. This week, professional copywriter Anne McColl shares her secrets for crafting conversational copy for social media and beyond. Anne has worked with the likes of Turbo Tax, Bumble Bee Foods, WD-40 and Cricket Wireless to find the right words to tell their story and…

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