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March 11, 2014 by Tim Priebe
All too often, clients come to me confessing that they feel like they’ve failed when marketing online on their own. I know that for every time I hear that confession, there are many others that are keeping their feeling of failure a secret.
For some of those, that frustration can easily be avoided, simply by sticking to some specific steps in a specific order.
March 4, 2014 by Tim Priebe
If you feel embarrassed because you feel like you’re failing on your Facebook page, email newsletter, blog, or YouTube channel, you’re not alone. Plenty of people get discouraged because they feel like they haven’t met with success marketing online.
If that’s you, the reality is that you may have just missed one key step, or gotten the steps a little out of order.
February 25, 2014 by Tim Priebe
It’s common to feel frustrated when marketing your company online. It doesn’t matter if you’re blogging, using social media, or sending out an email newsletter. If it doesn’t meet your expectations, you can feel like a failure.
But feeling like a failure is often simply a result of doing some key online marketing steps in the wrong order, or leaving out steps altogether.
February 18, 2014 by Tim Priebe
If you have that nagging feeling of failure when marketing your organization online, you’re not alone. Plenty of other people have felt the same way you have. The key is to move past that by figuring out what you did wrong, and correcting it.
In many cases, I’ve found that people had that feeling of failure because they were doing some key steps out of order. Or maybe they were leaving out some steps entirely.
February 11, 2014 by Tim Priebe
It’s common for people to experience frustration when marketing their business or nonprofit organization online. Time and time again, I’ve found the frustration stems from doing some key steps in the wrong order, or leaving steps out entirely.
Over the next few blog entries, we’ll take a look at the five steps for avoiding that feeling of failure when marketing online.
It’s almost Valentine’s Day and everyone is about to start scrambling to find the perfect cards and gifts for their friends and loved ones. Since picking through cards at Walgreens can sometimes be more frustrating than fun I decided to put together a few Valentine’s Day card designs for our T&S friends to use. If […]
You’ve probably come across a website where all the pictures seemed just a bit off. They were either too big, too small, or cut up in a way that made the picture look bad. Maybe you had this issue with pictures you’ve uploaded to your website or somewhere like Facebook. Fortunately, resizing pictures is fairly […]
When you’re running a business or working within a particular niche, it’s easy to to fall into the habit of making assumptions. The issues and concepts you deal with day-to-day may seem obvious and self-explanatory. Industry terms and buzzwords might slip into casual conversations with clients, because you assume everyone knows what you’re talking about. […]
Many people have a hard time expressing their personality online, especially when they’re trying to do it alone. That’s why some of my favorite projects involve helping clients figure out how to look more like themselves. Last year we got to help Stephanie Jones, life coach, motivational speaker, and the owner of Giving Gal, by […]
January 7, 2014 by Chris Dodds
Everyone wants to be loved. The problem is, trying force people to love you doesn’t really work. Many people fall into the trap of over-tempering their marketing content and branding, because they want to appeal to everyone. They end up using boring logos and publishing content that no one cares about. It has no character, […]