Let’s face it, you could write the most prolific article of all time, but if the handful of words in your headline don’t hit like they should, all your hard work can be ignored in the time it takes to scroll to the next link.
Social media is one of the most important marketing tools in the modern age — if not the single most important tool. At Strunk Media Group, we understand the importance of using social media to boost your business, and we understand that social media is a tool that can be used in many different ways.
Other offices go on team building retreats, try out trust falls, or play ice-breaker style games. Each of these has their place in creating a cohesive workplace environment, but at Strunk Media, we do things a little differently. Normal team building exercises don’t quite fit our methods because we’re not a normal team.
Marketing isn’t just for the big name businesses! Small businesses should be playing the marketing game as well, in fact it’s even more important.
Your workplace should be playing the radio at all times. Radio has been entertaining the world since 1922, and no matter how many other entertainment avenues develop, radio remains. There’s a reason radio belongs in your office, and it’s because it will absolutely boost creativity and teamwork!
Websites, what are they? Bits of code flying around in the digital ether or something more? Here at Strunk Media Group we believe they’re something more. And there’s nothing better than adding something more to something more
Every marketing guru constantly throws around the letters SEO. We know it means Search Engine Optimization, but that’s not exciting. What if SEO meant something else? We’ve come up with several alternate definitions you can use to build your business a better, less boring way. After all, it’s good to think outside the box, right?
With so many platforms for people to complain on, it may seem like there is no way to keep up with all the whiners of the world. They’re grumbling and groaning on Yelp, Angie’s List, and Google, but the worst of them seem to post their negative comments on Facebook, where many of your current and potential customers will probably notice them too.