Posts Categorized: Current Events

Reopening and Reviving Your Business After COVID-19

We are not going to sugarcoat it … Now that companies have gotten the green light to open their businesses after months’ long shutdowns, it is a rat race out there. Both service- and product-based businesses are trying to make up for lost time by offering steep discounts, enticing offers and over-the-top customer service in… Read more »

Finding Opportunity in Crisis: Marketing Solutions for Businesses Affected by COVID-19

In the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak, businesses all over the globe are faced with massive uncertainty. Unprecedented unemployment has changed the way consumers are spending almost overnight. Certain sectors, such as the travel and hospitality industries, have all but shuttered. Closure of physical locations for non-essential businesses will remain in place indefinitely. These challenges… Read more »

How Businesses Can Support Each Other After COVID-19

It’s an unprecedented time we’re living in. People all over the world are acclimating to a very different society, one where conditions change on a daily, and sometimes hourly, basis. Business owners are particularly hard hit during this time. It’s stressful not being able to earn a living to support you and your family. It’s… Read more »

What We Learned From Google’s Singapore Webmaster Conference

Back in October, Google held its first ever Webmaster Conference in Singapore, a conference designed for digital marketers, website owners, SEO professionals and web developers alike. The Google Search team hosted the conference, along with the help of other influential online practitioners. The goal of the conference was to provide interested parties with knowledge they… Read more »

Justin Bieber to Overtake Lady Gaga for Most Twitter Followers: Who Cares?

CNN (and numerous other news sources) reported that Justin Bieber will soon overtake Lady Gaga as Twitter’s leading account. As the Biebs inches ever closer to ultimate Twitter rule, we have to wonder: who really cares? While seemingly just another insignificant indicator of “success,” a large Twitter following is actually more than just a cool… Read more »