Articles by Jenna:
Are You Scaring Away Your Email Subscribers? #Personal vs. Professional Pt. 3
What if you were attending dear Aunt Betsy’s funeral, and as you were mourning, the funeral director approached you with a chuckle, smile and a large handshake? What would you think? Insensitive much? Your email subscribers will think the same if you approach them with an inappropriate tone and style.
Personal vs. Professional Pt. #2: How Successful Brands Communicate on Facebook
Are you a brand that is struggling to find the balance between professional and personal communication on Facebook?
Blogging Tips: How to Find the Sweet Spot between Personal and Professional Communication
One of the biggest question businesses ask when blogging today is how to balance personal and professional communication. As a business on the web, you are always speaking…even if you are not saying a word. As a result, it’s vitally important that you know HOW to speak to your audience, especially on your blog, which is […]
5 Content Marketing Strategies You’ll Want to Try in 2014
Feeling underwhelmed by your current content marketing campaign? If your content marketing in 2013 was about as successful as selling hamburgers to vegans, you may feel like nothing works…but don’t give up just yet.
5 Strategies for Capturing the Thanksgiving Market with your Email Campaigns
Opportunity is in the air. Can you smell it? It’s not the turkey, stuffing or pumpkin pie we can’t wait to consume on Thanksgiving. It’s the smell of opportunity for businesses who strategically know how to leverage their email marketing campaigns to produce the greatest returns during the holiday season.
TRENDING BY Jenna:
- Personal vs. Professional Pt. #2: How Successful Brands Communicate on Facebook
- 5 Content Marketing Strategies You'll Want to Try in 2014
- Are You Scaring Away Your Email Subscribers? #Personal vs. Professional Pt. 3
- 5 Strategies for Capturing the Thanksgiving Market with your Email Campaigns
- Blogging Tips: How to Find the Sweet Spot between Personal and Professional Communication