January 2012

5 Business Lessons to Learn from “Groundhog Day”

January 31, 2012

Working to grow your business is a slow, uphill battle. There are no shortcuts, easy ways out, or detours that will lead to its expansion. Worse, due to hard work and exhaustion, you can’t tell which day is which anymore. Everyday becomes the same, regardless of what happens. Kind of like how Phil Connors (played […]

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20 Romantic Valentines Day Card Designs

January 30, 2012

February is most synonymous with loved ones giving out Valentines Day cards to each other. Although some rush to the nearest chocolate bars and flower shops while others make reservations to fancy restaurants to spend a beautiful dinner with their beloved, nothing says “I Love You” more than a folded card with your personal greetings […]

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E-Courses vs. Newsletters – What’s the Better Autoresponder Strategy?

January 26, 2012

How business owners use autoresponders to their benefit depends on the industry their respective companies are lumped in. Online businesses such as affiliate marketing, merchandising, manufacturing, and information intermediation, among others, sell a particular product or service but earn profit in different ways. Therefore, it is not accurate to say that the same autoresponder strategy […]

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“Sip Testing” Potential Employees – New Coke’s Marketing Blunder

January 24, 2012

Hiring an employee is a hit or miss; You are running the risk of getting on board a person who can either help your business soar to new heights or burn your brainchild down the ground. Screening out applicants through interviews or exams helps in getting to know more about the person’s skills and attitude. […]

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The Anatomy of Compelling Company Logo Designs

January 23, 2012

Every company is identified with its logo, which is why it is important for each to design a logo that best represents them. Creating a logo, however, requires a meticulous eye for detail on the part of the designer. Although it may not take a lot come up with an acceptable logo design, it takes […]

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5 Brochure Design Ideas to Match Your Brand

January 19, 2012

Brochures are the weapon of choice by seasoned marketers. If placed at strategic locations or mailed to the correct people, brochures are guaranteed to not only convince them to read the copy, but also let people recognize your brand much easier and compel them to purchase your product or service. Part of what makes a […]

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The 10 Very Best Business Card Designs of 2011

January 17, 2012

Handing out business cards is a common practice of turning people into advocates of your brand. Once you’ve parted ways, people can still reach out to your company by referring to the contact details provided on the card. However, it is wise to come up with a business card that will stand out from the […]

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10 Breathtaking Typographic Images of Martin Luther King Jr.

January 16, 2012

“I have a dream…” These words have become synonymous with the speech that ushered the American Civil Rights Movement during the ‘60s. At the height of civil disarray, one man of color delivered arguably the most groundbreaking rhetoric in American history that ultimately brought racial discrimination to its knees. Up to this day, Martin Luther […]

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5 Outstanding Booklet Designs of 2011

January 12, 2012

There is literally more that you could say with booklets when used as part of your marketing strategy. Unlike single-sheet print materials, a booklet allows you more than enough pages to supply additional information about your products or services. Getting people’s attention to grab and read a copy of your booklet, however, is a different […]

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