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4 Ways for your business to support the community

4 Ways for your business to support the community

  If recent events have taught us anything, it’s that communities tend to come together during difficult times. As a small business, you make up part of the fabric of our Indianapolis community. Now, you

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Healthy Habits for Creatives

Healthy Habits for Creatives

Designers Share How They Stay Inspired Stess Ringold | Graphic Designer It seems like there has been a renewed focus on the importance of mental health and wellness, especially because of the pandemic and the

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A New Approach to Marketing

A New Approach to Marketing

The way we connect with our customers is changing – so how do we change with it? Broadway musicals have always been a big influence on my interests and tastes since I was a little

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From the Design Desk:  Designing for Experience

From the Design Desk: Designing for Experience

My friends and I play a lot of board games, ranging from super simple card games to the complicated games that can take several hours to play.  Tabletop gaming is enjoying a sort of renaissance,

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MARKETING MOJO: Building Authenticity in a Small Business

MARKETING MOJO: Building Authenticity in a Small Business

Have you ever walked into a salon and seen the stylists with unkempt, messy or badly cut hair?  Or gone to a financial or legal advisor who couldn’t manage their own portfolios? These days, when

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Marketing Mojo: Bringing Web Content Back to Print

Marketing Mojo: Bringing Web Content Back to Print

I consider myself fortunate to have been part of the first generation to really grow up learning on computers.  When it was still cool to collect Encyclopaedia Brittanica, because Wikipedia wasn’t a thing yet.  I

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Marketing Mojo 5 Small Business Marketing Tips Straight from the Shark’s Mouth –  Shark Tank’s Robert Herjavec, that is

Marketing Mojo 5 Small Business Marketing Tips Straight from the Shark’s Mouth – Shark Tank’s Robert Herjavec, that is

Robert Herjavec knows a few things about running a small business – having grown his own internet security firm from only 3 employees to over 220 since 2003.  One of the investors on ABC’s hit