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Have you been loyally posting your brand photos on all of your social media platforms, and just aren’t getting the loyal turnout you’ve been expecting? Do you want to expand your online visibility and can’t figure out what you are doing wrong?

Maybe it’s because you have been ignoring some comments on Facebook, or not crediting users with a “hat tip” when sharing content on Google+.[…] Continue Reading »

This post is an excerpt from ‘The Mindful Marketer,” (Palgrave Macmillan, September 2014) by Lisa Nirell. Nirell is chief energy officer of EnergizeGrowth LLC. She has helped B2B companies grow customer mind-share and market share since 1983.

It was 1984, and the personal computer revolution was well underway. I was working for one of the world’s first commercially successful PC software companies, MultiMate International.[…] Continue Reading »

While we’ve all seen dozens of trends come and go already in 2014, one thing has been consistent in these lists is the role of video in content marketing. And while there will always be an audience that prefers reading article after article, at this time in tech history, video has become a major player in a business’s content marketing strategy.[…] Continue Reading »

Perhaps the only modern-day phenomenon that’s more striking than people strolling down the street while using cell phones is the ubiquity of food. It’s everywhere – inside Ikea and Nordstrom, fresh from Amazon.com, delivered to your car in rush-hour Manhattan traffic.

Increasingly, food culture and technology converge in ways that are not strictly about purchasing: People share pictures of meals on Facebook and gain inspiration for recipes and ingredients on Pinterest.[…] Continue Reading »

Farmers may do what they do out of love for growing our food, but the business and marketing side of the job hasn’t always come easy, according to Agricultural Marketing Specialist Bill Walker of the New Jersey State Department of Agriculture.

“They’re very good on the operations side, but they’re not always the best ones to write the press release, or have folks out to the farm,” he said.[…] Continue Reading »