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5 ways to build trust through content

5 Ways to Build Trust Through Content

Trust is an essential component in all marketing and promotion in the 21st century. There may have been a time when people were ready to trust businesses simply because of their brand strength and messaging, but that time has long…

By Jeff Teh | February 2nd, 2018 | 0 Comment

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How Small Businesses Can Benefit From Big Media

Getting your press release noticed can make or break a business, that is the power of PR. Everything we see in the media has been touched by PR, yet it remains the ‘final frontier’ for small businesses looking to get…

By Winnie | October 31st, 2017 | 0 Comment

Importance of Split Testing Facebook Ads for Businesses

With more than a billion of active users, Facebook is known as the most popular social networking site in the world. Because of that, it is considered the most suitable site for you to advertise your products and services. However,…

By Maxteoh | July 12th, 2016 | 0 Comment

5 Signs That mCommerce Is Taking Over eCommerce

Is mCommerce (Mobile Commerce) taking over eCommerce (Electronic Commerce)? To answer that question, we need to study about the changes in the amount of smartphone users every year, marketplace of mobile apps, and latest business news that related to mCommerce…

By Maxteoh | June 20th, 2016 | 0 Comment

7 Ways Businesses Can Use Video to Educate

Utilizing video for different types of business communication can help standardize procedures, cut costs, and reach different objectives.  Video training is more interactive than traditional pamphlets and instruction manuals.  Business elearning platforms help streamline both in-house and consumer education by…

By Daniel Tan | January 15th, 2014 | 2 Comment

12 Neat Things You Can Do With Old Business Cards

Is it time to update your business cards? Maybe you’ve been promoted to a new position, your contact information has changed, you’ve updated your company’s logo and branding, or you’ve even left your job for a new company. Whatever the…

By Daniel Tan | January 15th, 2014 | 4 Comment