Make Your Social Media Strategy Better with These Easy StepsSeptember 8, 2017
So, you’ve got a social media strategy but you’re not sure how well your campaign is doing. Luckily, you’re not alone in your wondering- at least 60% of businesses struggle to measure their ROI from their social media marketing.
5 Common Marketing Mistakes and How to Avoid ThemAugust 28, 2017
An unfortunate truth of the marketing industry is that mistakes are bound to happen regardless of how much planning you put into your strategy. While mistakes are inevitable, there are some effortless ways to ensure that if you happen to run into these issues, you can quickly bounce back or avoid them altogether.
DFM’s Top 5 Graphic Design Trends of 2016 [INFOGRAPHIC]July 25, 2016
Trends will always come and go. Some will stick around longer while others may just be a flash in the pan....
14 Ways to Become LikeableMay 1, 2015
We’re going to veer for a moment from our usual types of posts and show you something a little more motivational. It’s not really useful for marketing, but it’s interesting – and perhaps you need it! This little infographic shows research performed by the Business Insider to identify the characteristics that likeable people have....
5 People that Were Inadvertently Brilliant at MarketingNovember 17, 2014
Some people inherently understand marketing without ever studying it or even trying to do it. These people often become pioneers in their industries because they are simply brilliant and getting their business known – sometimes they even become idols....
5 Simple Steps to Improve Your MarketingOctober 17, 2014
Marketing a small business isn’t always an easy task, and it’s often left to the owners to implement what they think is best to gain customers. This can often lead to wasted money and failed campaigns, but mostly it ends with okay results....
Market Research – How to Ensure that Your Marketing is Effective
One of the biggest mistakes that a small business owner can make is not understanding the market for their business. Entrepreneurs tend to assume that they know who their customers are and what they want, and thus skip over the actual facts.