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The Power of Predictability in Business

In whatever business you conduct, practice predictability. It greatly enhances your value to others. People prefer familiarity over uncertainty. One reason for the success of the franchise concept during the second half of the twentieth century was that it offered the...

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The Secret Path to Your Brand’s Success

You should learn from your competitor, but never copy. Copy and you die. - Jack Ma If you're trying to go where every other brand has already gone, good luck. What does it say about your own brand if you're copying the strategies and results of other brands? What's...

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How to Easily Jump the Two Biggest Gaps in Email Marketing

Winning with email marketing is easier than you think. We're working on an email marketing project for a client today. Email marketing, when done right, is still as effective as ever. For the most part, there are two big steps you're trying to get people to take:...

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The Most Effective Brand Strategy

What is the most effective brand strategy? Where should I focus my marketing? What's the one thing I can do to reach new customers? These are the burning questions I get asked all the time, and the answer is easy. The most effective brand strategy in content marketing...

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Increase Restaurant Profits Through Menu Engineering

If you are a restaurant owner, did you realize that the design of your menu could be costing you in profits? Your menu is one of your most effective sales vehicles. Used correctly, a restaurant menu guides diners to choose the items you want them to order. Through...

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Make Every Email Count

Email remains the most desired channel for communications and is one of the best ways to effectively engage with your customers.

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Our Strategy for Designing Great Packaging

It is estimated that around 85% of purchase decisions are made at the point of sale and that packaging design plays the key role because it is often the only factor that differentiates a product. The packaging is what separates a product from its competitors.

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