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Blog, Non-Profits, Uncategorized / 14.05.2016

Storytelling is the catchphrase of the day (or maybe year? decade?). It’s easy to talk about the scope of your work, you know, the number of animals you saved, the number of homes you built or the number of people you fed. But to your public they are all just numbers, until you’ve given them a face and told their story. If you’ve ever highlighted one of the people you’ve helped, you know all about the spike in engagement and website traffic that follows.

Blog, Email Marketing / 24.03.2016

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If you’re like me, then you have several email accounts. You probably also have way too many emails in your inboxes! I have my work email address, my main email address and a couple go to email addresses I only use if I’m required to give an email address but I’m not sure if I really want to be signed up for an offer. On top of all this, I’m also subscribed to several newsletters and blog update emails because I obviously need more to read everyday.

Blog, Business, Social Media, Trade Show Ideas / 30.11.2015


Creative Trade Show Ideas   You had some great creative trade show ideas, you prepared for it ,and you went.  You engaged with people at your booth and on social media. You gathered a whole slew of emails, and now it’s over. As your trade show season is coming to a close, it’s time for the real work to begin. Many of you probably came home with a long list of new leads, and the challenge facing you now is following up with all of them. If you’re struggling with your follow-up strategy, know that you are not alone. Implementing a few of these steps will get you well on your way to making sure your show was worth the time and money.
Blog, Marketing Ideas, Mississippi Business, Photography / 07.11.2015

Hilary Hamblin--Momentum ConsultingA few years ago, one of our clients wanted to shoot a photo for their Christmas cards on-location at a new Elvis statue in town. Originally we were hoping to have Elvis wear a company t-shirt and while that was allowed let me say that putting a t-shirt on a statue is much harder than I expected. So we settled for just adding a scarf.