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Charlotte Chase

CPT: Holding Back Tears...

Don’t worry - we’re not sad! Actually, quite the opposite.

When JoomConnect team members entered the kitchen today while today’s Crock-Pot Thursday meal was cooking, it was hard to not let a few tears fall. To make enough of the French Onion Chicken recipe for everyone in the office, we had to slice and cook NINE POUNDS of onions. As you can imagine, entering that room was a bit overwhelming.

Chris Chase

Putting The Social in Social Media

Recently, we have been sharing insights on some best practices regarding social media. This time, we’re going to discuss the primary function of social media: engagement.

Chris Chase

Comparing B2B Marketing Management Systems (2 of 3) - Social Media

It’s important for B2B companies to create a rich social media presence. One of the easiest ways to do this is to schedule posts ahead of time on the social media networks the company is a part of through a social media management (SMM) system. Due to the value that this sort of thing provides to a business, there are dozens of options available for use, making the choice of what to use that much more difficult.

Chris Chase

Much Like the Game of Thrones, Marketing Requires Leadership

The hugely popular series of novels A Song of Ice and Fire - and more pertinent to this blog, HBO’s hit series Game of Thrones - aren’t exactly full of the best role models. However, this doesn’t mean that there aren’t some lessons to be learned about leadership, and presenting yourself as someone to be followed and trusted. One character in particular presents these lessons especially well, and should be emulated (well, to a point) as you embrace your role as leader.

Chris Chase

Micro-Moments: What They Are, and Why They Matter

Smartphones have changed the way the world works. More specifically, they have changed consumer behavior. Consumers today are close to - or, may already be at - the point of “content shock” where they cannot consume more content than they already are. This means that, as a brand, you may only have a few seconds to capture the attention of a prospect.

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