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How to Create Holiday-Focused Marketing Content for Any Business

With your holiday marketing campaign set and ready to go, it’s time to create holiday content. But what does that mean if you don’t exactly sell holiday products? What kind of content can you even create? We think it’s time for you to do some target audience exercises. If you’re a Sacramento …

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How to create a marketing campaign just in time for the holiday’s

If Starbucks can sell pumpkin spice lattes in August, we can talk about creating a holiday marketing campaign in September. After all, we do always encourage people to plan ahead! As we head into the not-so-usual 2020 holiday season, you should already be thinking about what your …

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4 Easy Steps to Marketing Year-End Giving As A Nonprofit

The holiday season (October-January 1), is when 30% of all annual donations take place. To ensure that your nonprofit receives as many donations as possible, here is what you need to do. As stated above, the holiday season (October-January 1) is usually when most nonprofit organizations …

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5 Tips For Providing Your Graphic Designer With Helpful Feedback

So you’ve hired a graphic designer, now how do you give them helpful feedback on that new logo? What about a brochure or annual report? Here are five easy ways to provide your graphic designer with helpful feedback and ensure that you get a great end result, every time …

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Three Things A Communications Strategy Is NOT

Unlike a Marketing Strategy or Marketing Plan, a Communications Strategy is an in-depth plan of an organization’s entire communication efforts. This means taking into consideration every way you communicate internally and externally with different offices. A communications strategy is …

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2020 Social Media Image Sizes

Known in our office as the “backyard barbeque” of social media because it is a place to connect with friends and family, images on Facebook are best received if they feature images of real people, aren’t always over-produced, and feel authentic. The “noisy bar” of social media, Twitter is fast-paced and actioned-packed with conversations flying from every which way. Images on Twitter need to convey …

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