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The #1 Way to Make Your Customers Happy

Customers are the lifeblood of your business. Successfully attracting and delighting customers can lead to repeat business, positive word of mouth, loyalty, competitive advantage and long-term growth. What’s the best way to make customers happy in the first place? Give them value. In every single communication – written or verbal – tell your customers and […]

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50 Shades of Grape: Marketing tips from wine masters

Tomorrow is National Drink Wine Day in the U.S. To celebrate a beverage that attracts consumers ranging from peasants to monarchs, let’s shine a spotlight on the wine industry – and how you can benefit from its marketing tips. Despite an influx of new wine drinkers, global wine consumption has decreased in recent years due […]

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Create Killer Content for a Competitive Edge

To make your brand stand out and slay your competition, create irresistible content that grabs your audience. Boldly use your predatory instincts to outmaneuver your rivals. The best way is to consistently share useful information to attract and engage customers to ultimately boost sales. The good news? Your company is already bursting with stories and […]

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Build a Brilliant Business Blog

Today effective brand building demands a strong online presence. As content marketing and social media explode in importance, business blogs are helping companies gain a competitive advantage. Why Blog? Progressive companies understand the advantages of blogging as way to attract, engage and convert their target market – all while building brand awareness, authority and online […]

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Spooky Fact: Bad Writing Kills Profit

Forget zombies and ghosts. What’s really scary is how poor business writing – on websites, press releases and brochures – costs companies credibility and profit. Despite the business benefits of clarity, poor copy remains pervasive. The Business Case for Clear Communication Since readers are busy, they will tune out vague, verbose or jargon-filled messages, leading […]

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