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Tim Gray

Tim Gray is content strategist with Blue Fountain Media. He has wide ranging background in the online marketing space and writes about his experiences with SEO, Social Media and all aspects of web design for the company’s blog, The ROI Factor. As a writer, journalist and marketer with over a decade of experience reporting for some of the world’s most respected publications, he often writes about the innovative tools small businesses and entrepreneurs can use to be successful.

6 Recent Stories

How to Navigate Growth During a Startup's Early Years

How to Navigate Growth During a Startup's Early Years

Thinking about where your startup will be five or 10 years down the road may seem like a lesson in futility, but it'll help you keep growth top of mind. Here are four tips for planning for growth.
February 5, 2013 in Growth Strategies
20 Inspired Business-Card Designs to Better Market Your Startup

20 Inspired Business-Card Designs to Better Market Your Startup

When it comes to getting your message heard, leaving behind a calling card can only serve you. Here, we dissect some of the most eye-catching business cards around.
December 5, 2012 in Marketing
5 Business Naming Trends Startups Should Consider

5 Business Naming Trends Startups Should Consider

When coming up with a name for your startup, don't consider it lightly. But do consider these business-name trends.
August 28, 2012 in Naming Your Business
The Logo Mishaps of Giant Brands

The Logo Mishaps of Giant Brands

Even the world's most iconic brands make mistakes. Here are five giant company logos that now serve as giant cautionary tales.
August 18, 2012 in Branding

5 Trends Entrepreneurs Should Consider When Naming a Startup

When coming up with a name for your startup, don't consider it lightly. But do consider these business-name trends.
August 13, 2012 in Starting a Business
'Always Be Publishing,' Brand Journalism and How It Can Help Your Startup

'Always Be Publishing,' Brand Journalism and How It Can Help Your Startup

When marketing your startup, consider a softer sell -- or better yet, don't sell at all.
July 14, 2012 in Young Entrepreneurs