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Do you want to meet your clients (or potential clients) out to a nice spot in downtown Raleigh for happy hour? Wondering what are the most raved about spots?
Each year, we create a movie or pop-culture themed holiday card. This year, we gave a nod to Elf. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
Seasonal email campaigns tap into national events to drive sales and increase brand engagement. As the New Year fast approaches, what better time of year is there to look at some seasonal email campaigns to inspire yours?
If you were too busy to attend Internet Summit in Raleigh, no worries. Here are seven things we learned that you’ll find useful in your daily marketing efforts or when planning for next year.
PR disasters are trouble, but some brands handle them in such a way that they end up being better for it. If you can think quickly and creatively, it is possible to turn an adverse PR event into a favorable situation for your company.
Your business card gives a potential client or consumer a first impression of what to expect from your business, so it’s important to stand out with a striking business card.
Displaying reviews on your website is important. Reviews can boost your search engine optimization (SEO) and keep customers on your website longer. Here are the best ways to show off your customers’ reviews to increase sales and improve website traffic.
While companies may think of BFCM as business-to-consumer (B2C) holidays, all companies can take advantage of this multi-billion dollar spending spree.