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All’s (not) Fair In Love and Marketing

We’re appalled when humans toy with another human’s emotions. Especially if we’re the human being toyed with. As we head into another blessed St. Valentine’s Day, no one wants to believe that their emotions lay helplessly vulnerable in the hands of another. That’s not fair. But nobody ever said Love would be fair. Or Marketing. […]

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The Business of the Holidays

Happy Holidays. Merry Christmas. Baby in a manger. Star of Bethlehem. Black Friday. Cyber Monday. Say what you want about religion, history, or heritage, but the Holidays have always been driven heavily by TRANSACTIONS. Think about it. Thanksgiving, perhaps our warmest and most family-based holiday, was originally celebrated with a feast supplied by both the […]

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How much impact does the President REALLY have on the economy?

So it’s November. Of an election year. And ALL you’ve heard about, all year long, is the 2016 Presidential election. Trump or Hillary. Hillary or Trump. Both. Neither. Gary Johnson. Morgan Freeman. Okay, that last one’s not real. But what if it was? Can you imagine?! Perhaps no other person is blamed for the status […]

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8 Small Business Lessons learned while watching AMC’s The Walking Dead

Ironically, a show called “The Walking Dead” has inspired 8 great life-lessons that are especially true for local business owners. If you’ve ever watched the show, you know it’s great (also graphic and INTENSE, so be advised). Season 7 of The Walking Dead (TWD) starts this month, so it seemed like a great time to […]

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Phase 2: What Your Logo is REALLY saying about your small business

Wow! Okay, first things first. We were blown away by the great community feedback about our little Logo Study! You fine folks have fully reinforced the feeling that Douglasville is a thoughtful, intuitive, connected community. But we knew that all along! The first phase of the “Logo Article” (on pg. 96 in the August 2016 […]

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What Is Your Logo Really Saying About Your Business?

Isaac Clark, FAME Internet Marketing   If you happen to be a local business owner, you’ve probably thought long and hard about your company’s logo. One of the most important items to consider when embarking on a new logo, or any logo or branding change, is color choice. In fact, you’ve probably pondered color schemes […]

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Small Business Lessons From the NBA Playoffs

Put a Cork (Back) In It Isaac Clark, FAME Internet Marketing I can literally go all season without watching a single game of basketball. But when May & June roll around, I have a poltergeist-style pull to the NBA Playoffs. Whatever the draw is for playoff time, my basketball self comes alive, and I’m completely […]

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Best Times To Post on Facebook

Since we’re always striving to grow and increase interaction in our social media department, it isn’t unusual for us to be sending emails back and forth with new ideas and techniques to be used in our daily responsibilities. So instead of being selfish with the information, we decided we’d share with you some helpful tips […]

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How to Hug a Millennial

How to Hug a Millennial (and protect the future of your business) If there is one universal truth about generational stereotypes, it’s the fact that there is not one flawless universal truth about generational stereotypes. I know 80-year-olds who excel at utilizing social media. I know 20-year olds who have never owned a smartphone. I […]

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Tribe mentality for small business and start-ups

Squad. Fam. Crew. Gang. Team. Outfit. Troop. Posse. Unit. Company. Fans. Followers. Pack. Tribe. Whatever a person happens to call their particular group of like-minded associates, and whatever cause is rallied around, and whether or not the group members even know they exist in a cohesive unit, everyone you know is likely involved in some […]

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