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I’ve spent last year studying it intently (the communication strategy behind it, its technical tools, all of the do’s and don’ts, tips and tricks…and still, I feel like I’m running on a never-ending social media treadmill. Though I consider myself … Continue reading
A meme, simply put, is an idea, behavior, style, or usage that spreads from person to person within a culture. Evidently, internet memes have the ability to move across the world as fast as the click of a mouse. As … Continue reading
You’re in a relationship that, for the first little while, is incredibly fun and exciting. You see one another every day, exchanging multiple phone calls and text messages stating your affections, (think: “no YOU hang up.”) Everything is beautful – … Continue reading
How have you found your success as a young person in business?
ThinkInnovation, GmbH Social Media & Marketing Consultant Job Description: Fantastic experience for a student currently studying marketing or a recent graduate: Learn and grow as a professional, consulting on behalf of an agency based in Leverkusen. Sink your teeth into … Continue reading
I’m an outspoken, attention-craving, authority challenger. Hi, my name is Kate and I’m a Gen Y. “Generation Y” refers to those individuals who were born somewhere between the mid-1970s to the early 2000’s. Ladies and gents, I fall into this … Continue reading
In PR, it is our mission to essentially transform a message into something that the targeted audience can understand — and then deliver it in the most effective way possible. Beyond the strategizing – beyond knowing how to write an … Continue reading
Answer: COMMUNICATION. The new year always brings with it an air of opportunity – a chance to look ahead, change perspectives and really consider what we can do to make the coming year better…better for our businesses and of ultimately, … Continue reading
ThinkInnovation guest post: Familiarize yourself on how small businesses can increase their word of mouth marketing by using both on and off-line techniques.
As social media consultants and naturally, bloggers, we realize the value of our craft – however our challenge is often explaining WHY we do it and what the value is. Since my last post about pitching social media to your … Continue reading