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Social Crisis

4 Social Media Must-Haves for Your Crisis Response Plan

Times of crisis breed panic and confusion, and the first place many people go to share their thoughts, opinions and concerns is social media.

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Remote Meetings | Hiebing

Between the Screens: Tips for Successful Remote Meetings and Presentations

Online meetings and presentations are becoming the new norm in today’s workplace, especially amid COVID-19, but beyond these pandemic times, they can also be our most frequent and necessary method of sharing plans and ideas.

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Hiebing Feedback

Four Ways Feedback Can Inspire Your Team Toward Better Work

So, you’ve been invited to a creative review to weigh in on the latest work. You realize you’re not just there to share your opinion—you’re there to do your part to make the work better. But you can’t help wondering: What’s the best way to do that? It’s easier than you might think.

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Hiebing COVID-19 Communication

Three Steps to Revamp Your Crisis Plan for COVID-19

Brands are put to the test in times of crisis, with their reputations hanging in the balance depending on how they respond. Several weeks ago, the types of crises facing brands were, more or less, ones that they could plan for. Anticipated events ran the spectrum from impending to unlikely, but they could still have […]

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Data Storytelling

The Importance of C-Suite Storytelling

Once upon a time … When you hear those four words, you tend to think of stories.

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Podcast Animating On Phone

Watch Out Radio, Brands Are Turning To Podcasts

Podcasts are next-generation radio – a reinvention of a familiar audio-only format focused on conversations and stories.

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Person Pushing A Light Bulb

Actionable Ways to Create a Culture of Curiosity

Time, fear of looking dumb, expectations, complacency, process and the current state of technology are all barriers to curiosity. Thankfully there are more ways to cultivate a culture of curiosity than there are obstructions to prevent it. Below are seven ways to cultivate a culture of curiosity: Listen Without Judgement We all “hear,” but how […]

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Digital Newspaper Device And Visuals

2020 Marketing Plan Watch-Out-For: Election Year Advertising for Non-Political Advertisers

As the political atmosphere heats up with the approaching 2020 elections, the broadcast industry is expecting a record year and projecting more than $3 billion in national political spend. Broadcast and cable won’t be the only beneficiaries of the political windfall, though. Digital ad spend is projected to crack the $1 billion mark in national […]

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Hourglass

Barriers to Creating a Culture of Curiosity

There’s resistance brewing in the workplace. The topic? Curiosity.

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Cryptocurrency

Move Over Bitcoin, Facebook’s Cryptocurrency Is Here to Disrupt Marketers

There’s no doubt that the rise of social media in the early 2000s created a digital western frontier with rapid-fire tweet wars instead of pistol dueling and Snapchat filters instead of cowboy hats (although some of the filters included those, too).

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