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How to make and use GIFs to increase Twitter engagement

Each social media platform has evolved to excel at sharing certain kinds of content and – despite its shortcomings – Twitter is one of the best platforms for sharing news about your business, your blog posts, and certain graphics, especially GIFs. GIFs (Graphics Interchange Format) are those animated mini-movie graphics that last just a second […]

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Email marketing graphics: Opposites are attractive

I always find it interesting when seemingly opposite strategies can be successful in a given situation. We see this today with email marketing graphics. Some businesses invest a great deal of time and effort crafting beautiful emails that are loaded with gorgeous images. Other businesses are sending nothing more than the most plain, text-only newsletters. […]

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Try this New Year’s resolution to boost email marketing 🔥

Let’s make a New Year’s resolution together: Let’s agree to experiment with using an emoji or emoticon in the subject line of an email marketing piece or email newsletter. Okay? 👌 According to some numbers published by Experian, 56 percent of the brands who are working with these kinds of graphic symbols in subject lines […]

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Avoid these ‘graphic’ mistakes on your social media pages

Even fairly good social media marketers often make some very basic mistakes on their social media pages, especially with their cover art. Let’s take a quick tour of some of the most common social media account artistic blunders. Bad photos For many businesses and individuals, using a headshot is a natural strategy on your “home […]

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7 excellent branding opportunities you have right now

What do Wrigley Field, Trump Steaks, and NASCAR vehicles and drivers have in common? They are all examples of opportunity branding. The ballpark where the Chicago Cubs play got the name Wrigley Field way back in 1926 to honor the team’s owner, William Wrigley Jr. The fact that Wrigley also made the popular chewing gum […]

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The Psychology of Visual Statements

Check out the Bigstock Photo blog for more about graphic design.  

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The Psychology of Visual Statements

Check out the Bigstock Photo blog for more about graphic design.  

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Your Logo Is Your Introduction: Make It Good

Before your customers know anything about you, they’ve probably seen your logo. What do people say about first impressions? I’ve recently created a logo and tagline for our Outrageous Success movement. For two reasons I didn’t rush the process. First, I understand its importance and second, a good logo conveys a lot of information and […]

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