Advice for succeeding in public relations, and life in general
Mitt Romney, the successful businessman, presidential candidate and father, is no
Convention season will soon be here again in full force, with professionals flocking to national conferences for learning and networking. Unfortunately, some convention goers don’t know—or don’t
Use keywords to reach the most people in the most effective way.
With thanks to Nora Flint, of Truconversion.com, we have obtained a new infographic about the best times for businesses to post social media for highest
Today I invite you to meet Jonathan Sprinkles, communicator, keynote speaker, author, and self-described “Connection Coach” (and yet another of the great individuals I’ve met through entrepreneurial friend Garrett Gunderson, whose summit I’ll be attending later this week.)
When I was 13 I took French at school. My teacher was a whiz at teaching the language but was also invested in teaching us French culture. We had lessons on the significance of la bise (the kiss on the cheek upon greeting a friend) and how to greet someone properly based on their relationship to you, we learned about stained glass and flying buttresses, we learned about the difference between Santa Clause and Père Noel.
As you’re reviewing your sales and marketing budgets, and wondering what you can do to optimize sales and get the best ROI for your marketing spend, how much emphasis is given to spending time and money on word of mouth?