Tag: Marketing

ignitecards

The Project Scope Design two sided postcards to promote Ignite Retreats and Mission Trips Ignite Student Ministries based in Monmouth, Illinois exists to equip students and the local church to effectively impact college campuses around the world for Christ. I worked alongside the Board of Directors to design a two-sided postcard they could use to […]

Ron Johnson, Apple’s amazing retail strategist for the past decade and the new J.C. Penney CEO, is bringing that change, including a new brand that is in the process of being rolled out. New logo. New tag line. New mission and vision and customer relations strategy are combining together to give J.C. Penney a fresh start.

Increasing blog readership and community takes more than just setting up a Facebook fan page and posting links. It takes work. Hard work. It takes knowing your audience, determining the answers to these eight questions and boosting your social media platform. It takes having purpose, a schedule and making your page social.

When trying to determine if you need a Facebook fan page for your blog, consider the following:

When it comes to social media marketing, many businesses assume that starting a Facebook page or Twitter account and periodically posting information is enough. Social media avenues become nothing more than an information dump or, worse yet, just another method of spamming one’s clients.

Consider making the following changes to boost your social media platforms:

Whether you work for a corporate conglomerate or just recently started your own freelance business, chances are at some point, you will need to prepare a proposal. A potential client contacted you about your products or services, are considering working with you, but want some details on what you charge and what you offer and you are left needing to prepare a professional proposal. Every business is different, and you will need to find what works best for you, but an informative proposal should include the following: