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February COVID-19 Rundown: Reviewing the Rollouts and Rollbacks

Although Cupid’s likely to remain quarantined this Valentine’s Day, we at least have some cause for celebration as more vaccine cocktails become approved and positive case numbers continue to fall in Massachusetts. However, we’re not out of the woods yet, which is why some COVID-19 restrictions continue to remain in place. While vaccines are dominating […]
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In The News: Small business relief must focus on actual small businesses

This article originally appeared in the Worcester Business Journal on January 25th, 2021. When hearing the term “small business,” you probably envision a decades-old hardware store or that North End restaurant you order takeout from once a week. However, other small business owners and I are finding out the hard way there is an exploitive […]
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Business Bootcamp: Finding Sense in Social Media

Social media levels the playing field for companies big and small. While having buying power certainly helps with ad campaigns, a smart approach to strategy and creativity is what truly helps a business shine. But the pressing questions that weigh on the minds of most small business owners and entrepreneurs are: On which platform(s) should I […]
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The 22s: Determining Your Ideal Client Profile

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to win over your dream account or serve patrons who value your business? You’d feel a lot more comfortable knowing the next person that walks through your doors wants to buy from you, right? We in the marketing biz refer to that type of person as […]
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January COVID-19 Rundown: New Year, New Measures

COVID-19 isn’t going to clock out now that 2020 is over, and with the recent and horrifying assault on our Capitol, it’s difficult to predict whether 2021 will be much better. While it may seem the country is spiraling down a dark path, local government is still taking action to support communities and stop the […]
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November COVID-19 Rundown: Addressing the Tightening Restrictions

Although it may not look like it from our current perspectives, we have reasons to give thanks this Thanksgiving. As Massachusetts residents, we continue to have infection rates that are lower than most of the country. Also, we can appreciate how our community has come together to support local businesses this year. Nevertheless, cases are […]
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October COVID-19 Rundown: The Latest in Local Developments

It’s been one heck of a year, but at least it’s not one we’ve had to endure alone. As the old saying goes, misery loves company, and the COVID-19 crisis has made sure to be as inclusive as possible. Pained laughter aside, Vision Advertising has been providing business and marketing strategies to all our clients […]
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COVID-19 Weekly Roundup: Fifteenth Installment

The Baker–Polito Administration continues to respond to the state’s slow but steady increase in COVID-19 cases. With many school districts reopening in Massachusetts this week, some of the administration’s priorities have been shifted toward keeping students and teachers safe. Furthermore, the Commonwealth is allocating further resources to communities and unemployed citizens who continue to be […]