Category Archives: professional services firms

Jun
1
2017

Should Google’s Project Owl Concern Marketers?

0 COMMENTS | Posted in Websites

by Sarah Warlick, content director
If you keep an eye on new developments at Google, you’ve probably heard of Project Owl. It’s not a way to harness the power of bird data to protect wildlife, although you’d be reasonable to think …. more >

May
18
2017

Time Is Running Out to Save Your LinkedIn Data

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by Sarah Warlick, content director
Do you use the helpful Notes, Tags and Reminders tools on LinkedIn? If so, you’ve only got a couple weeks left to download and save this content before it disappears forever. The feature that lets you …. more >

May
15
2017

Newsletters: An Underappreciated Business Development Tool

0 COMMENTS | Posted in Business Development

 
by Sarah Warlick, content director
You’ve probably heard that you should publish a newsletter. Maybe it was your marketing firm or in-house marketing staff who gave the advice; perhaps you read the suggestion in a marketing blog or book. Wherever it came from, the …. more >

May
10
2017

Free Marketing Automation from MailChimp

0 COMMENTS | Posted in marketing

by Sarah Warlick, content director
If you’ve been considering marketing automation for your firm, you’ll be happy to hear that MailChimp is now offering a suite of free automation tools. It’s a sweet deal, allowing those with …. more >

Mar
14
2017

Beware the Ides of March!

0 COMMENTS | Posted in Branding

by Sarah Warlick, content director
If there was ever a day with bad branding, it’s March 15th. Beware the Ides of March! You’ve heard this warning, undoubtedly, and probably recall that it’s got something to do with Shakespeare. But what is it, really? Are …. more >

Feb
14
2017

When You and Your Partner Split Up, What Happens to the URL?

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by Sarah Warlick, content director
Breaking up a business partnership can be complicated and difficult, which explains why these dissolutions are often referred to as “business divorces.” One of the key issues is dividing the assets fairly, just as in a personal divorce, and …. more >