It’s sad to say, but as much as people have great ideas to help others and change the world, they’re just not ready and in some cases they never will be. Branding as a business requires so much more than just having an idea. Here are 5 key reasons why YOU might not be ready to roll out your brand. You don’t know what you want out of life True branding is based on who you are and what you do and how that applies to the work you will
If you’re putting on an event, I know that getting funds to make it spectacular is always a challenge. Even more of a challenge is getting your sponsor proposal through all the other sponsor proposals to get to the top of the pack and grab the attention of the decision maker. Thankfully our friends at Biz Bash share some top tips for rising above the noise and getting a major sponsor for your event.
PR is not advertising. In fact they are pretty much on opposite ends of the spectrum. Here’s the difference: An advertising message is a paid endorsement with a specific and controlled message. It’s harder to establish credibility with an advertisement because the public knows the advertiser has paid for the space. Public Relations efforts get editorial coverage when the media determines that the messages are newsworthy. The editorial earned with PR carries with it a degree of credibility and can be more persuasive than an ad. But, unlike an ad
According to research from SheKnows and Harris Interactive, 79% of women ages 25 to 54 used Facebook regularly, compared with a 35% who said they regularly visited YouTube, 30% who said the same of Pinterest, 22% for Twitter, and just 13% for Instagram. Millennial women tend to follow more brands than their older counterparts and these younger women were also most likely to say they cared about getting feedback on the social content they produced themselves. “Women are really using social networks to help build their identities,” said Samantha Skey, chief revenue officer