Year: 2016

You Can Achieve Your New Year’s Resolutions

It’s that time of year again – when we’re all in optimistic moods and positive cheer in the midst of the holiday season – to plan our resolutions for the upcoming year. Not only do we want to make ourselves into better people, but also into better workers and co-workers. So let’s make a list …

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Make Sure Your Message is Received this Holiday Season

After a week that included Thanksgiving sales, Black Friday sales, Small Business Saturday, Cyber Monday sales, #GivingTuesday and holiday messages galore, it’s time to make sure your communications are strong and impactful. Everyone is so used to flashy messages grabbing their attention and piquing their interest that a standard white envelope and invoice just won’t …

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Say Thank You to Those Who Matter

Thanksgiving has been a tradition celebrated each year since the “First Thanksgiving” was celebrated by the Pilgrims after their first harvest in the New World in 1621. President Abraham Lincoln made it a legal holiday in 1863 during the American Civil War. For 394 years, we have been giving official thanks as a nation, let’s make …

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Warm Up with Dynamic Messaging

Brrr! It’s getting colder outside and though the snow hasn’t fallen just yet, a steaming cup of hot cocoa would definitely hit the spot. Without a snowstorm to enhance the hot cocoa though, we’ll have to think of something else to keep warm – a dynamic workout perhaps? But who has the time (or motivation) …

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What Scares You?

In business, the idea of a failing customer communications program can be frightening.  In today’s fast-paced world, you only have a moment to get your customer’s attention and multiple mailings can be costly and end up turning customers off. Research shows that regular and consistent customer communication programs help build loyalty and trust.  But in …

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