4 Tips for Creating A Visual Social Media Strategy

By |June 20th, 2013|

Savvy businesses understand how important it is to use image-based marketing in their social media strategies. Think about it: We’re drawn immediately into video, infographics, photography, witty memes and many other forms of visual content that stimulates our mind and keeps us engaged.

Consider the example of Pinterest. The virtual pinboard grew by more than 1,000% […]

Four Things You Can Do Today to Promote Your Business

By |June 18th, 2013|

Promoting a business has never been easier than it is today. It’s perfectly easy to gain positive momentum, and the following four methods are easy and effective ways to promote your business. These methods will help any business of any size in reaching a larger audience and greater profits.
1. Start A Social Media Conversation
Social media […]

Top 10 Father’s Day Gifts for 2013

By |June 10th, 2013|

He helped you learn to ride a bike. He showed you how to drive a car. He may have even taught you how to pop a wheelie and avoid speed traps. You know whom we’re talking about: your dad. This Sunday, June 16, is Father’s Day, and if you have yet to find the perfect […]

How Frank Lloyd Wright Became America’s Most Celebrated Architect

By |June 7th, 2013|

Incorporating nature into architecture and design hardly seems like a radical idea nowadays. Especially given the growing global emphasis on conservation and green living, finding ways to blend form and function with the environment may be deemed obvious by some.

A mere 100 years ago, though, this philosophy was barely more than a vision by architect […]

Differences In Designing For Web And For Print

By |June 5th, 2013|

Most people believe that designing for print is the same thing as when designing for the internet. Professional designers know that this is not true.

There are various cases in which a person that has more experience in web design will create graphics for a campaign and the print shop will say that it cannot print […]

Top 5 Free Web Builders for Small Business Owners

By |June 1st, 2013|

In these rough economic times it is important to find effective ways of marketing your business with minimum expense. An attractive and informative website has the potential to bring you customers like no other form of marketing or advertising can. However, not every savvy businessman is a software expert or artistic designer.

The good news is […]

7 Profit-Driven Tips For A Printing Business

By |May 29th, 2013|

A printing business typically requires a lower overhead cost compared to other entrepreneurial prospects, as opposed to business ventures within the food and hospitality industries. The cost-efficiency inherent to this profit-driven venture covers an array of factors.

One such factor is in terms of required employees. The U.S. Bureau of Labor and Statistics declares that a […]

Ways to Save Paper in Everyday Life

By |May 24th, 2013|

One of the many big-ticket items on rotation in the media is the issue of environmental consciousness. While many big companies try to portray themselves as “eco-friendly”, the best way to ensure that we are not negatively affecting the environment is to take accountability for our personal use of natural resources. In the digital age […]

The Innovator Logic of Customer Intimacy

By |May 14th, 2013|

You might have wondered why innovators or inventors bother to ideate, create, and eventually implement their theories and ideas to make new things materialize so that people could buy them. Most of us know there’s the money equation somewhere there but before anything turns into a moneymaking idea, there must be a serious reason behind […]

How Big Is The Greeting Card Industry?

By |May 10th, 2013|

Mother’s day is this Sunday. Have you bought your mom a Mother’s Day greeting card? Every year, Americans purchase greeting cards for this special occasion. It is a tradition that goes back as far as the turn of the 19th century, when Anna Jarvis first held a ceremony her mother in Grafton, West Virginia.

But, have you ever stopped […]