ARE RISING COOKING OIL COSTS EATING AWAY AT YOUR PROFITS?
Crystal Filtration, a leader in the filtration industry for over 25 years, has developed a breakthrough product that extends the life of cooking oil, and reduces Free Fatty Acids (FFAs) up to 70%.
After two years of extensive research and development, we are proud to introduce Filsorb XP20.
now is a great time to assess the health of your company’s marketing.
As temperatures remain around freezing, the ground is hard and unforgiving, and jobs are ramping up waiting for the spring thaw, this is a perfect time to assess the past year, and develop new goals and marketing plans for business growth in 2014. setting business goals is a job for you and your team. here are some areas of marketing that are a great place to start, and can be tailored to any goal setting.
Video has become a social epidemic. Not only have we seen this pattern develop but statistics from the world’s largest host of video content support our statement. The following is information found on YouTube which is mind blowing so proceed at your own risk:
The key words and phrases used to find information online are the foundation of search marketing. They are the fuel for search engines to find relevant content for users online.
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is one component of search engine marketing (SEM). It is the process of fortifying a website so it is more likely to appear in a high position when users conduct a search with keywords related to the website’s offerings. Here are our Top Ten Tips for getting the best results.
Ford had its Edsel. Coke had its new Coke. Google had its … well surprisingly, Google has had many failures.
Google is arguably the most successful Internet company today. But they didn’t get there without takings risks, some of which have failed spectacularly.
Here are a few products that seemed like a good idea in the planning stage but were not embraced by the public.
By Jane DeLancey
How many boring Power Point (PPT) presentations have you sat through? Poorly developed presentations are painful for everyone. But if it’s your presentation – and it‘s a snoozer – it’s a lost opportunity to connect with your audience, make a sale, or win an account.
Here are three simple tips (and one trade secret) to help you improve your next presentation and make a connection with your audience.
Nobody likes a guy like Larry Tate. He was the back-slapping, glad-handing ad executive from the old TV series, Bewitched. Samantha would work her magic on Larry whenever her husband, Darrin, got in trouble. Unfortunately, the stereotype of Larry Tate lingers in the advertising and marketing world (and we don’t have Sam’s magic to make him go away.)