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Thyroid Cancer Awareness Month 2021 with Vision Advertising

It’s September, and that means it’s Thyroid Cancer Awareness Month. After our Chief Operating Officer Julia Becker Collins was diagnosed with thyroid cancer in 2020, it’s her wish and ours to shed light on this lesser-known cancer each year and what you can do about it. Thyroid cancer is less rare than you might think, […]
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What Apple’s New Privacy Changes Mean for Marketers

Privacy policy updates usually aren’t newsworthy, but as marketers, we couldn’t help but tune into the headlines featuring Apple’s latest privacy updates. And as marketers, we had to delve in past the headlines to find out how Apple’s latest privacy updates are shaping our industry. During their annual developer conference, Apple announced a slew of […]
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Business Bootcamp: Tracking New Social Media Trends

Social media trends have the benefit of being quickly adopted. With quarantine contributing to consumers’ internet usage, these trends have caught fire even quicker than before. This rapid evolution in the field has presented businesses and social media marketers with brand new challenges when it comes to their online strategy. To help manage this dizzying […]
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Business Bootcamp: Measuring Success with Marketing Strategies

Approaching any task without a strategy can be overwhelming, and the same goes for marketing. With seemingly unlimited marketing channels – from print ads and brochures to social media and blogs – it can be tricky to figure out where to allocate your business’s resources. That’s why it’s so vital to establish your strategy before […]
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May COVID-19 Rundown: Vaccines Lead to Blossoming Reopening

This time last year, the saying, “Make hay in May,” had never seemed so fruitless, as we were all heavily quarantined during the height of the pandemic. Now, a year later, May is bringing more than just flowers; it’s bringing hope. With vaccine appointments extended to all adults, proactive reopening plans, and even more grants […]
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Business Bootcamp: Facing Crises with Candid Communication

While the end of the pandemic is in sight, a new crisis is bound to rear its head in the future. If there’s one thing COVID has taught businesses, it’s that despite your preparedness, no company is impervious to the unpredictability of a sudden disaster, internal or external. Managing your business’s public relations and facing […]

The 22s: How to Sell When You Hate Selling

People often associate selling with negative connotations. Being pushy, dishonest, and manipulative are just some of the words that come to mind for most people. However, although you may cringe at the thought of selling, you don’t have to sacrifice your values at the cost of a sale. Authenticity, enthusiasm, and an honest display of […]