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Creating Your Personal Brand

Why it matters, whether you’re an entrepreneur or not. Marketing is a reality of our everyday lives. Everywhere we...

How To Build The Ultimate Support Network

Join local social clubs. It’s important to build your personal network, and joining social clubs is a great way....

Tips for Teenpreneurs

I started my first company, Buzz Marketing Group, when I was 16. So I definitely have some experience being...

How To Make Your Dreams Reality

A few years ago, I took a class on visions to strategy (yes, even seasoned CEOs still need help!)....
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The 3 Biggest Mistakes Brands Make When Building Influencer Programs.
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Creating Your Personal Brand
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How To Build The Ultimate Support Network
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How To Make Your Dreams Reality
 

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Creating Your Personal Brand

Why it matters, whether you’re an entrepreneur or not.

Marketing is a reality of our everyday lives. Everywhere we turn, we see it, smell it, live it. Technology has given all of us access to tools to help us with marketing. Tools like Twitter and Tumblr enable us to send our message to the masses. But what are you truly trying to say? What is your personal brand? And how do you create a brand that will take you where you want to go? You can do it in three easy steps.Continue reading

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How To Build The Ultimate Support Network

  1. Join local social clubs. It’s important to build your personal network, and joining social clubs is a great way. Not only will you be exposed to great events, you’ll also meet potential clients, employees, and friends. Check out clubs like the Union League for “Young Friends” memberships, as well as the Young Friends clubs at your local museums, orchestra, and ballet.

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Tips for Teenpreneurs

I started my first company, Buzz Marketing Group, when I was 16. So I definitely have some experience being a teenpreneur. I was so lucky and fortunate to start my business at that age. Even though it was tough, there were so many more benefits. So if you’re a teenpreneur or know of a teenpreneur, here are some of my tips.

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12 Things Every Marketing Plan Should Consider

If you’ve taken a marketing class, whether it was at the undergraduate or graduate level, you were probably introduced to the 4Ps of Marketing. Recently, the 4Ps were revised to the 4Cs. And  even more recently, the 4Cs to 4Vs. I believe all 12 of these elements are vital to any marketing plan, even before a SWOT Analysis. Here’s your quick guide to the 12 things each marketing plan should consider.

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Is It MTV’s Job To Raise Our Children?

I first wrote about MTV’s controversial new show Skins a few weeks ago, before it’s premiere. Since the first episode aired on January 17th, much has been written about the show – even comparing it to porn. One theme that has emerged is MTV’s responsibility to young people, and their role as a network when it comes to creating inspirational content for youth.Continue reading

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