Category Archives: Uncategorized


Marketing During Busy Season

1 COMMENTS | Posted in Business Development, marketing, Uncategorized

I know, I know, it’s called busy season for a reason. But if you think about it, busy season is really the best time for you and your firm to market your services. Here are some reasons why and tips on ways to make …. more >


Linkbuilding Confusion Cleared Up (Sort Of)

0 COMMENTS | Posted in Uncategorized, Websites

by Sarah Warlick, content director
Are you unable to figure out if linkbuilding is positive or negative after reading conflicting advice? If so, you’re in good company. There has been a steady stream of new information and misinformation clogging up the pipelines for years …. more >


Small Business Saturday is Upon Us

1 COMMENTS | Posted in Uncategorized

by Kelly Lucas, marketing and social media manager
As we have for the last two years, we are once again encouraging our readers, clients and colleagues to support your local small businesses by participating in Small Business Saturday. For the third year in a row, American …. more >


Weeding your Garden

3 COMMENTS | Posted in Client satisfaction, marketing, Uncategorized

Many years ago, someone I considered one of my dearest friends hurt me deeply, and not for the first time. In comforting me, another friend, Bob, told me something I live by to this day. “Sometimes, you have to weed your garden. While it may …. more >


How to Write a Great Creative Brief

5 COMMENTS | Posted in Communication, marketing, Uncategorized

by Jay Musselwhite, Jaymus LLC
As many of you know, I partner with a variety of talented vendors to deliver what my clients need. Jay is one such vendor. So when I saw his article on writing a creative brief, I wanted to share …. more >


BBR Marketing Takes on Stupid Corporate Lingo, Part 2

11 COMMENTS | Posted in Communication, marketing, Uncategorized

Okay, seriously. Please don’t tell me that anyone uses these words seriously or in mixed company. Though I do remember being in a conference room where everyone was asked to open kimono when I was working for a dotcom in California. Thankfully, no one …. more >