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Molly Geipel

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Pivoting to Video: The Dos and Don'ts for Your Marketing Mix

In the past year, more than six high-profile media companies (notably MTV News, HuffPost Live, and Fox Sports) have announced a “pivot to video,” meaning they reduce the size of their editorial teams in favor of focusing on video production. With one such announcement after another, “pivot to video” has achieved a sort of gallows humor meme status in the media and publishing community. But what does the trend of pivoting to video mean for marketers? 

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Topics: content marketing, digital marketing, social media marketing

A Beginner's Guide to Facebook for Small Business

As a small business owner, you wear a lot of hats: finance, sales, customer service, marketing and more. Some of these hats will fit you better than others, but they’re all important to the success of your business. Social media is no exception. Use this guide to build a solid Facebook foundation.

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Topics: social media, social media marketing, Facebook

The Art of Brand Consistency

Successful brands aren’t built in a day; they’re built every day. We’ve seen our share of small businesses dilute their brand by not establishing their style and branding standards. Here’s a few tips to keep your brand strong and steady. 

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Topics: branding, digital marketing, brand strategy, brand positioning

Paid Online Advertising 101: A Glossary of Terms

Heard about paid advertising and think it might be useful for your business, but not sure how to dive in? This article is for you. We break down the two primary types of paid online advertising and define some of the most common terms you need to know to get started. Read this post and you’ll be speaking fluent ad-speak in no time. 

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Topics: digital marketing, Paid Social, digital advertising

The 4 C's of Multi-family Marketing: Why Your Apartment Community Needs a Brand

When you’re developing a new multi-family apartment project, you’re considering a lot of things: how many units to include, square footage, which amenities to offer, and what to charge for rent. What you may not be thinking about is your community’s brand. Here are four reasons why you should.

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Topics: branding, Case Study, Rebranding, property development, Developers

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