Monthly Archives: December 2013

Further advice on YouTube strategy for brands

By Christopher Ratcliff Even after seven years of YouTube’s existence, brands still aren’t making much of a dent in the ‘YouTube 5,000′, an elite group of channels with at least 43m views each. Theoretically brands have a much greater advantage than your average YouTuber as they have more money to produce content, however according to Touchstorm’s latest study, The Touchstorm ...

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Why Winter is the Best Time to Move

By Tim Scott Although moving through the cold and harsh winters may seem like a bad idea, in reality it is not. On the other hand, it is recommended to move during winters as a majority of people do not move during winters, which enables you to get the cheapest and best moving quotes. Winter is a time for celebrations ...

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Small Business Branding: 8 Ways To Let Your Light Shine

By Heidi Cohen 8 Small Business Branding Tactics Without A Big Budget Small businesses can learn from the oil lamp at the heart of the Chanukah story that despite having only enough oil for one night, burned for 8 days. Small business face equally difficult challenges since roughly 50% of them fail in the first 5 years according to the ...

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5 Ways to Create More Strategic Content in 2014

By Tommy Walker Okay content marketers, I have a serious question for you… Of all the content you created in 2013, how much did you plan strategically? I’m not talking about writing a few blog post titles in a calendar a week in advance, but actually planning – who the content is for, where it will be seen, how it ...

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