3 Ways To Make Your Billboard More Fun And Memorable

Posted on: 22 December 2016

In an age where digital advertising seems to be getting the most attention, there is still a lot to be said for traditional forms of marketing. After all, people don't curse at the sight of a billboard like they do an internet pop-up ad. They are more likely to think favorably of a company if they see a billboard that they enjoy, rather than an internet ad that they are not receptive to considering.
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Three Tips for Hosting a Memorable Client Event

Posted on: 10 October 2016

One of the most effective ways to connect with your clients is to host a fabulous client-entertainment event. Client events let you connect with clients on a personal level and allow you to cultivate relationships that can lead to return business, personal recommendations, and an increase in sales. Stick to these tips to host an amazing experience for your clients. 1. Make the Invitation Stand Out It is highly likely that your clients receive a lot of mail each day.
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Tips For Making Changes In Your Company

Posted on: 9 May 2016

If you are the manager of a company and the company has existed for a long time, there might be some methods of working that your company uses that might be considered outdated by today's standards. You might want to make changes to how your company does things to improve overall performance and efficiency. The problem is that it might be very difficult for you to make these changes without spending or losing a great deal of money and temporary productivity.
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Five Good Reasons For Choosing A Locally-Owned Restaurant

Posted on: 11 March 2016

There are more than one million restaurants in the United States. Even if you live in the smallest town, you have a variety of eateries from which to choose, both locally-owned restaurants and chain restaurants. While chain restaurants may be easily recognizable, there are many reasons to opt for a local restaurant. Benefits of choosing a locally-owned restaurant 1. Keeping your money in the community. When you eat at a locally-owned restaurant, your dollars stay right in the community and aren't shipped to a corporate headquarters in another part of the country.
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