Business cards that symbolize fabulous connections and conversations can easily transform into annoying reminders of lost opportunities.
If I Knew Then
Ben Chestnut, the email-marketing service's co-founder and CEO, lays out the philosophy that influences every part of his company.
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Review these helpful tips before sending that news release or printed material out into the world.
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These are proven methods for keeping your emotions within reason, so that you don't hit 'send' while your emails, tweets, comments, and virtual chime-ins are still flaming.
If your content aims too high or too low for your reader, then you are missing the mark.
There's a new generation of people out there. Your company needs to learn how to communicate with them.
Unfocused messages can hurt your brand and career. Here are a few easy methods for crafting -- and delivering -- memorable messages in any medium.
The practice of public relations is not what it used to be, but history can teach us some important lessons.
Your body language has likely become an integral part of who you are, to the point where you might not even think about it.
Shhhhh. Can you hear it?
There's no big secret to getting what you want. You just have to make it known.
Do you use the same words or phrases over and over? Freshen up your vocabulary with these gems from the past.