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Product Showcase: National Tattoo Day

July 17th can be a fun day to embrace and show off body art. Many businesses – yes, even those outside of tattoo shops – can celebrate self-expression on National Tattoo Day.

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Brand Development
AJ Jewell

Abundance From the Full Flower Moon

Businesses can use this time of the year to focus on growth and expansion. This might involve setting new goals and targets, developing new products or services, or expanding into new markets.

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Brand Development
AJ Jewell

How Small Businesses Can Thrive

Increasing traffic and revenue for small businesses requires a combination of online and offline strategies – but it doesn’t have to be difficult.

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Brand Development
AJ Jewell

Let’s Talk About the Hard Stuff – in Advertising

From television commercials to billboards to digital ads, we are surrounded by messaging from companies trying to get our attention and compel us to act. But when it comes to difficult and taboo subjects, it can be tricky for advertisers to know how to approach them with dignity and respect.

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Brand Development
AJ Jewell

The History and Successful Marketing of OREO

Overall, the OREO cookie has been a success story for the National Biscuit Company. It has become one of the most recognizable snacks in the world and its marketing efforts have been instrumental in its success.

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Brand Development
AJ Jewell

Five Tips to Selling Crafts and Homemade Items Online

If you have a passion for crafting and a knack for creating beautiful, unique products, selling them online can be a great way to turn your hobby into a business. However, with so many sellers out there, it can be challenging to stand out and make sales.

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Brand Development
AJ Jewell

Spotlight: A.A. Milne

Alan Alexander Milne, better known as A.A. Milne, was a well-known playwright and author of children’s poetry and short stories. He was also a famous screenwriter in the late 1910s-early 1920s. But he was not popular from any of those endeavors. In February 1924, an appearance from a “silly ol’ bear” was made in a poem titled “Teddy Bear,” which was first published in ‘Punch’ magazine.

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