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Monthly Archives: July 2013
We have had a lot of interest in our recent blog post about logos that present the essence of the company, corporation, or organization, that they represent. With that in mind we are beginning a series we call “The story … Continue reading
Brandy Payne commented: This is really helpful for people who are new to networking! Thank you for posting this information! Brandy Payne email@example.com
“They don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care!” “Don’t make promises you can’t keep, and keep the promises you make.” WHAT and WHEN * Target – where are your prospects? * Network once or … Continue reading
Bill Fotsch commented: Spencer, Good point. It reminds me of work I did with Southwest Airlines years ago. One of many insights they shared was, “The little things are the big things.” Same point… Bill Fotsch firstname.lastname@example.org
This post is not about esthetics, but rather about how a company logo (trademark, servicemark, brandmark, or logo actually symbolizes the organization that it represents: the corporations face to the public. A company logo communicates ideas to people in the … Continue reading
Lewis Elin commented: I was eye-balling all the posts and come to “What makes a Good Ad?” I musta missed that session. I got a quick answer. A good ad accomplishes tasks and if it doesn’t do the first, forget … Continue reading