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Recession-Proofing Strategies

How Tenacity beats Calamity in a Recession If you live in Alberta, there is an “r” word you’re probably sick of hearing. “Oh, calamity! Oh dread! The recession is killing us!” There’s lots of negative media about it out there, in part because the media people themselves are having their own digital-is-killing-us typhoon; they are…

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Rebranding Checklist

Whether it’s a new name or logo, rebranding creates a heap of busywork. Maybe you’re thinking, “Hmm, new business cards, update the website?” It’s a start, but what else is there? Wouldn’t it be nice to have a comprehensive checklist for getting your rebranding done so that you could just start banging things off? Look…

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Newsletter Frequency

On the Importance of Newsletter Frequency One question that I often hear from clients is how often they should send out their newsletter. Is quarterly often enough to keep clients in the loop? Is monthly too often? No, monthly is not too often. In fact, you should send out your newsletter at least once a…

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Bridging Online & Real Life

How to Bridge Online and Offline Relationships In modern business, fostering online relationships is often just as important as maintaining relationships in real life. While real life business relationships tend to be your colleagues, suppliers, customers and industry peers, online relationships can help you find new suppliers, build brand champions, create beneficial partnerships within your…

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A How-To on Guest Bloggers

Who To Choose To Write a Guest Post on Your Blog, and How to Approach Them So your blog is doing great — you’ve got a respectable number of subscribers, you’re posting on a consistent basis, your page views are rising and you’re seeing some shares on social media. Congratulations! A great step to go…

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Twitter Tips

Five Tips for Tweeting If you feel like your tweets are always being overlooked and you’re not seeing any retweet action, try these tips to make your posts more noticeable and shareable. 1. Be succinct Remember that the shorter the tweet is, the more likely it is to be retweeted. This is because when someone…

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