10 Tips for Creating Riveting Content

We’ve all been there. Staring at a computer screen, willing words to form coherent sentences on the blank page in front of us. Writing content can be a daunting task. How do you engage your customers while staying informative and maintaining your brand identity? While there’s no magic formula, incorporating the tips below will elevate the quality of your content, ultimately making your potential customers more inclined to engage with your business.   

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Audrey Boyer
Here is Why Print Isn't Dead

We are living in a time dominated by digitalization and we tend to focus more on the online medium and have misconceptions about using printed advertisement as a channel. Nowadays we tend to invest more money in online advertising, because we think that print is not working anymore.

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Audrey Boyer
What are PWA's?

Up until a year ago it may have seemed impossible that something could replace the almighty native mobile app. However, it’s now becoming pretty clear that Progressive Web Apps are on the rise and native apps are on the way out. 

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Audrey Boyer
Importance of Design in Social Posts

The importance of strong design and social posts are often overlooked by companies. Though many think this topic is irrelevant, professional designers and marketers may disagree. The importance of design closely relates to a few major topics, brand, visibility, and may even lead to conversion.

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Mike Guleserian
4 Ways to Build a Loyal Social Following

The importance of loyalty in social media marketing can’t be underestimated. It’s relatively easy to attract a bit of initial attention through the use of captivating content, but if you don’t hold your followers’ attention, you’re bound to lose them. The real secret to success is keeping your followers around for longer, giving them more opportunities to bring more people to your brand, more opportunities to engage directly with you, and of course, more opportunities to buy what you’re selling.

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Brianna Figucia