Design and Content go together like peanut butter and jelly, Hall & Oates, or smartphones and selfies. It’s hard to have one without the other — and be successful.
Happy Holidays from the Strategic Peacock! May your days be merry and bright. Thanks to all our amazing clients for a spectacular year!
I am very excited to be teaching two social media marketing workshops this summer at Betamore, a coworking space, incubator and campus for technology and entrepreneurship in Baltimore, MD.
In its June issue, which sought to understand “what makes Millennials tick?” RetailerNow magazine published an article I wrote about Connecting with Social Shoppers.
This June, I’m celebrating 5 years of the Strategic Peacock! Here are five lessons learned over the past 5 years.
Successful companies put their customers first. However, when it comes to managing customer relationships, many companies fall behind. Failing to invest in the customer experience can drastically impact how people regard your brand. From websites and social media, across touch points and transactions, the customer experience can be a lot to manage. How do you put […]
Think about the last time you made a purchase. Whether it was a couch or a pair of pants, chances are you took time to research until you found what you wanted to buy. Maybe you browsed user reviews on the company’s website. Maybe you asked for feedback on Twitter or Facebook. Maybe you created […]
If you’re like any of the businesses I work with, you’ve probably experienced and encountered inactive social media followers. You know who they are! They have egg icons as their Twitter photo or they liked your page years ago but you never see them post a comment or share a story. Should you give up […]
In October, one of my clients and I presented at LavaCon, a digital media strategies conference in Portland. Mary Beall Adler, CEO and owner of the Georgetown Bagelry – one of my first clients -presented a case study about how her bagel shop – a fixture of the DC area – leveraged her amazing community […]
It’s September — a time when students and teachers head back to school. I love the start of a new school year, but alas as a business owner, I don’t always get to start fresh after a summer respite. As such, I’ve come to divide my calendar year into two parts — part 1 and […]