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Selecting the Best CRM Tool for Your Business

It’s easy to get overwhelmed by all of the customer relationship management (CRM) options on the market. You can spend anywhere from a few hundred dollars to tens of thousands. Before you go too far down the rabbit hole, let’s

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LinkedIn Has Hashtags Now?

That was my reaction the first time LinkedIn prompted me to add hashtags to my post. It feels like it was just a couple years ago I’d see posts on my feed ranting, “LinkedIn isn’t Twitter! Stop using hashtags!” Now

Posted in How To, Marketing, Social Media

Start Bragging About the Value You Offer (no one’s going to do it for you)

Whether it’s your personal brand, or your employer’s brand, you can’t expect others to extol its virtues if you aren’t willing to do so yourself. My favorite example of this is a concierge physician I met who has been known

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Is Lack of Sleep Affecting Your Productivity?

We’ve all heard that before, right? The other night I happy settled into bed BEFORE 10:00 p.m., a rarity for me! I scrolled Facebook and the news for fifteen minutes before setting my phone on the bedside table, rolling over

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Finding Your Design Inspiration

No matter what type of design you do (web design, interior design, products, architecture, etc.) design inspiration can be an important part of the creative process. Where do you find your design inspiration? Dieter Rams (the long-time Chief Design Officer

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Knowing Your Audience Means Knowing When They’re on Social Media

Before you waste time comparing infographics on the best times of day to post to Facebook, make sure you know when your audience is scrolling through their feeds. Industry trends can be helpful directional data but your audience may be

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Cleaning Up Your Email List

You know that feeling when you hit “send” on a carefully crafted piece of email marketing? If you’re anything like me, it’s nervous excitement as you compulsively begin checking open and click rates. We do this because most of us

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Essentialism 101: Identifying and Removing Obstacles

In his fantastic book, Essentialism, Greg McKeown talks about obstacles in an interesting way — as the “slowest hiker” of a group traveling to their campsite. What he suggests is that instead of trying to improve every aspect of a

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Transforming Email from Non-Essential to Essential

Lately, I’ve been closely examining my day to identify non-essential activities. At this point in my essentialist existence, this is not an easy task as I’ve already removed much of the non-essential. The other day, I started thinking about how

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Social Media and Conversion

In many ways, the goal of social media conversion is very similar to website conversion — to have visitors take the next step you want them to take. This next step can be to take a visitor to a specific

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