You’ve just conducted a bunch of customer surveys. Score! Now you need to interpret the results and figure out what actions to take next. Here’s what to keep in mind as you dig in.
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No doubt, we’ve all seen a viral video (or two or three) of flash mobs serenading shoppers in the middle of a mall or train station like the one below.
These events are cool and fun, but they can also teach business owners a lot about audience engagement. Here are five important strategies you can learn from flash mobs.
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Does your business have a mission statement? Is it something you post proudly on your site? Do you revisit it regularly? Do mission statements even matter anymore? Here’s our take Continue reading “Company Mission Statements: Do They Matter Any More?”
Here at Amsterdam Printing, we like making people happy—really, really happy. Of course, happiness comes in so many different forms. For some people, it’s the ease of ordering. For others, it’s receiving friendly customer service. And still for other folks, it’s having an awesome promotional product that helps them build their brand. Whatever your form of happiness is, it’s our goal to serve it up every single day.
Do you want to know what makes
us happy? When people share their happiness regarding…
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Your smartphones and tablets deserve smart accessories that dress ’em up in style while promoting your company to boot. Here are six of our favorites.
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You know all those frequently asked questions you get about your business? There’s a gold mine of content in the answers—content you can repurpose throughout all of your marketing initiatives. Here’s how.
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Knowing how to talk to customers should be a straightforward thing, right? Well, it can’t hurt to revisit what works and what doesn’t (and maybe consider implementing some new strategies as you head into 2015).
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