As we grow ever closer to our 100th anniversary of continuous operation, it’s always fun to get a glimpse into our history!
This video from the National Museum of Industrial History in Bethlehem, PA explains how Otto Mergenthaler and his invention “The Linotype Machine” revolutionized the printing and publishing industries in the early part of last century.
Everywhere you look, marketing content is personalized. From grocery store receipts to your Amazon recommendations to postcards in the mailbox, companies are personalizing their communications to address who their customers are and what their customers need. Are you capitalizing on those opportunities, too?
Have you ever wondered how lion tamers keep wild cats nearly three times their size at bay?
While methods have evolved over the years, traditionally lions were subdued by three tools: a whip, a stool, and a handful of tasty snacks. While the whip or snacks make sense, perhaps you wonder why a stool was used (instead of a sword or a flame, for example)?
ETIQUETTE TIPS FOR TRADE SHOWS
The most important part of any trade show or business event is how your staff presents themselves to potential buyers. Here are a few etiquette tips for trade shows and other business events:
Basically, any person who reached adulthood around year 2000 is considered a millennial.
Another less common title for this group would be Generation Y.
I’m a millennial and certainly proud to be one.
Marketers are told time and time again that to capture a lead, persistence is key.
But no one likes to be overloaded with marketing materials.
It’s overwhelming and off-putting.
Though quantity may be important in effort to keep your brand at the forefront of their minds, contacting perspective clients too often can give the wrong perception of your company.