Do you want to learn how to run your company’s Facebook campaigns in-house? Our new on-site workshops streamline the learning process for busy executives and … Read More
Do you make efforts to promote your event or conference 6-8 weeks out — only to let it lie fallow the rest of the year? … Read More
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Our 818 Content Editor and resident Francophile, Haas Regen, traveled to Paris during the holiday season. Il vous apporte toutes les nouvelles de Paris: the most … Read More
Sir John Gielgud was one of Britain’s most accomplished actor-directors and a world-renowned Shakespearean. He was also an excellent writer — and he’s at his most eloquent when discussing the most essential ingredient to the creative process: collaboration.
Everyone on your team should be a writer, regardless of what they do. Everyone. Here’s why it’s so important and how to draw your own inner writer.
Our 2017 Content Marketing predictions are….j/k. There are plenty of those already so in lieu of that we leave you with these two morsels.
What’s good for George Bailey is also good for Facebook Live Video: people want the “simple joys in life”; Google’s antitrust battle with the European … Read More
Using Instagram and other “consumer” social channels for business has proven to be more efficient than LinkedIn — but why? Our own top 5 may shed some light on the matter.
If you’re reading this, then you’ve definitely had a “hard stop,” needed to “circle back” later at some point, ruminated on whether it will “scale” and pondered how to “leverage” the “laddering up” of a project.
In the world of scary stories, is there a difference between a tale of horror and a thriller? Simply consider the source material. James Patterson called the thriller genre “a rich literary feast” – and these skillfully-constructed shockers have inspired some of the most thoughtful and imaginative films ever made.