Marketing Superstitions That Just “Ain’t The Way”

Happy Friday the 13th, Mettlers! In addition to avoiding walking under ladders, crossing black cats and breaking mirrors, you should also take these wise words of Stevie Wonder to heart:

Movember v. No Shave November

November is here and men everywhere are throwing away their razors and gearing up to let it grow. To some, it’s known as No Shave November; to others, it’s known

Get Organized Week: Day Three

If you’re still with us today, congratulations. It’s Friday, and you’ve gotten through the hardest day, the purge. The third day of Get Organized Week is devoted to syncing your calendars. If you have two or three calendars, sync them so that each item is on every calendar. If you have more than one employee, consider syncing your calendar to theirs as well.

Get Organized Week: Day Two

So you’ve made your to-do list. That’s the easy part. Now let’s complete it this week! Starting with the purge.

Day One: Create a To-Do List

Simple enough. In our opinion, this is something that should be done every week. It should be looked at, added to, and managed each day. But for Get Organized Week, write down a list of goals you want to accomplish this week.

Get Organized Week

With the hustle and bustle of running a successful business, it can be easy to forget organization – one of the most important things you can do for your business, your employees and yourself. Organization creates a clean space that can be more stimulating for creativity, less stressful and an overall happier place to be. And who doesn’t want to be happy?

As we strive to exhibit flexibility, creativity and innovation, we hope this blog will be a place that inspires others. We’ll post about relevant issues in the Marketing and PR world, includingAnalytics: tips, tricks and tactics to strengthen your business practices. Different members of our team will be blogging each week – to provide perspectives and diversity.