This year, celebrate International Women’s Month by supporting a women-led business. Businesses can now identify as owned, led, or founded by women, by enabling the women-led attribute from their Google My Business dashboard. Attributes appear on a business’s Google listing on Maps and Search and give customers more details like "Has Wi-Fi" and "Outdoor seating” to help them decide where to go.
Topics: sales, marketing
Monterey Mushrooms is going big. They've invested months of R&D into their latest product:Let's Blend™.
I've been working with a great team, Bruce and Susan Edwards who co-founded, Edwards Mediation Academy, EMA.
EMA represents the confluence of two recent societal shifts: the application of mediation as an alternative approach to dispute resolution within our legal system, and the advent of online learning opportunities in support, and in place, of traditional classroom education.
A few weeks ago, I spent a few days in Boston attending Hubspot’s annual conference-
So many fun and exciting developments in digitail marketing. I'm sharing a few here in
hopes that you can use them for your business.
Below are my takeaways from the conference with some important information that
I’ve added just for you.
The ever-evolving digital marketing world continues to struggle with the myriad of options to promote their business. So, we spend money on ads, email, blogging, and what ever comes up next. But how is this affecting my business? How do I know that the Tweet influenced someone to make that purchase?
So excited to share some amazing work that launched recently. One such client team is the dynamic real estate empire known as Montgomery + Lee.
It's amazing what can happen when you pick up the phone and offer help. Really, this is expressing care and being a human in your marketing.
Did you know that last week was National Pollinator week? Wait, what are pollinators? Pollination is the transfer of pollen in and between flowers of the same species which leads to fertilization, and successful seed and fruit production for plants. Pollination ensures that a plant will produce full-bodied fruit and a full set of viable seeds. Examples of pollinators are bees, birds, butterflies, bats and beetles.
I’ve always been intrigued by the various species of bees on our planet. They’re small, powerful and nimble, yet their tiny bodies have a vast and outreaching effect on all of us. To watch a bee work its magic is an incredible feeling---one that inspired the idea behind my business name, The Hive Marketing.