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Learn Fast – The New Mantra for Enterprise Growth Hacking

Curt Kaneshiro — May 11, 2018 — May 11, 2018 TeroVesalainen / Pixabay From acquisition through loyalty, growth hacking is strategically used throughout the customer journey, with a key focus on rapid and continuous growth. Startups thrive on this practice and have cleverly developed marketing strategies that allow them to make quick decisions and optimize … Continue reading Learn Fast – The New Mantra for Enterprise Growth Hacking

10 Marketing Lessons You Can Learn from Apple [Infographic]

Andrew Gazdecki — May 10, 2018 Follow @biznessapps — May 10, 2018 If you’re looking for some valuable marketing inspiration, there’s no better role model than Apple. This global tech giant has brought its marketing strategy to perfection by combining several equally brilliant approaches. The backbone of Apple’s enviable marketing strategy is simplicity. This is … Continue reading 10 Marketing Lessons You Can Learn from Apple [Infographic]

National Small Business Week Brings Opportunities For Entrepreneurs to Learn and Grow

David Kiger — April 27, 2018 Follow @davidkiger — April 27, 2018 The annual National Small Business Week is April 29 through May 5, and features a variety of educational activities led by the U.S. Small Business Administration. There’s a lot to acknowledge when it comes to small businesses. Take this whopping statistic from the … Continue reading National Small Business Week Brings Opportunities For Entrepreneurs to Learn and Grow

What Marketers Can Learn From the Viral HuffPost Piece on Millennials’ Financial Future

Carolee Bennett — January 19, 2018 Follow @medialogic — January 19, 2018 When the Huffington Post article on “why Millennials are facing the scariest financial future of any generation since the Great Depression” first came out, it quickly made the rounds both on social media and at the “watercooler” here in the office. The reason? … Continue reading What Marketers Can Learn From the Viral HuffPost Piece on Millennials’ Financial Future