When you think of Sandestin’s inviting Residence Inn at Grand Boulevard and Courtyard Marriott at Grand Boulevard, you probably think “big hotel chain”; however, these two destinations are operated by Howard Hospitality, a group with the motto of “small hotel management company with big ideas,” which means they offer the convenience and guest-satisfaction of large opulent hospitality groups but it’s paired with unparalleled intimacy. Howard Hospitality also stands out for its volunteerism among local charitable organizations. These are the reasons we love working with Howard Hospitality and why we feel they’re overdue for a shout-out.
Hashtags are keywords preceded by what was once-upon-a-time called the pound sign (#). To many small business owners, hashtags seem like random words tacked onto social media posts. Believe it or not, there is a method to the hashtagging madness and important trends that your small business should get on board with. Hashtags are a free way for you to boost your business’s visibility.
Our clients do amazing things for people (and pets!), and today we are celebrating you, WellPet! Read on to find out about all the amazing things this national brand is doing for the pets (and owners) of your community today.
Blogs increase the size of your loyal audience, which translates into sales of good or services; however, if you’ve been blogging for a year (the amount of time it takes to see the impact of your blogging efforts) and nothing has happened, then it’s possible you skipped some important lessons in Blogging:101 that make a real difference in your blog’s effectiveness. Here are some great tips for taking your business blog to the next level in success.
Crickets chirping—the sound you hear when someone tells you they’re cutting their content marketing budget. "So, how do you plan to attract new customers?” More crickets. Awkward. Maybe we shouldn’t be having this conversation in a field, but we do need to talk about how your business needs marketing and what you should budget for (regardless of its size). It takes change ($$) to make change. What else has been buzzing this week? Dig into the Friday Fix and catch up on the content marketing hot topics list.
All businesses want to spend marketing dollars where their money will have the biggest impact. For small businesses, there’s usually no margin for error when it comes to spending on marketing. Many penny-pinching small businesses actually cut marketing costs, which is counterintuitive as marketing brings in more customers and money. Rather than cut marketing budgets to save, small businesses should make calculated decisions about how to spend their small marketing budget.
If you want to have a super Friday, you came to the right place because today’s Friday Fix reveals what you can learn from superheroes and how to leverage your own superpowers (among other things). So, grab an iced latte, don your cape, and get Fixed.
What better way to kick off the weekend before Independence Day than by freeing your mind with the Friday Fix? Today’s content marketing rundown is a good one with lots of insight on digital marketing, social media marketing, and genius storytelling tips. TGIF, and Happy (early) 4th of July, everybody! (waves flag)