Posts Tagged ‘marketing’

How Nonverbal Cues Could Make or Break Your Career

Welcome to The Science Behind Success — a new blog series that explores the best ways to help our brains perform better at work. With psychological research and interviews with leaders in the field, we’re showing you how psychology can help you overcome workplace obstacles and excel in your career. Because a little mindset change…

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How to Use Instagram: A Beginner’s Guide

Over the past few years, Instagram has seen exponential growth — from one million users in December 2010, to over one billion in 2018. It’s hard to remember a time before Instagram. “Do it for the ‘gram” has become a common saying, which means, essentially, “Do something so we can take a picture and post…

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10 Logo Design Trends to Watch for in 2018 [Infographic]

We demand a lot from logos. They have to be simple, yet still convey the ethos of the brand in a way that resonates with consumers. They have to be timeless and distinct, but still modern and consistent with contemporary graphic design trends. It’s a lot to ask of a single symbol. As any designer…

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The Introvert’s Guide to Nailing a Job Interview [Infographic]

When people see the word “introvert,” they often think of qualities that don’t actually describe introverted people at all. “Shy.” “Quiet.” Even “antisocial.” But how we have grown to think of introverts has strayed far from realities. In fact, according to Dictionary.com, is “a person characterized by concern primarily with his or her own thoughts and…

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Taking Your Design to Print: What You Need to Know

The following sponsored content is brought to you courtesy of Blurb®, a book-making platform and creative community that enables individuals to create, publish, share and sell high-quality photo books, trade books, magazines and ebooks. Blurb is one of PRINT’s trusted partners. by Jessica Ruscello at Blurb, Inc. Print design, itself, is an art form. Going from…

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The 17 Best Resume Templates for Every Type of Professional

While an eye-catching resume alone probably won’t land you your dream gig, it doesn’t hurt to put a little extra effort into how you present yourself on paper. The right resume design speaks to your individual skills and personality, and can propel your application to the top of the stack. But finding a cool design…

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This Simple Diagram Will Help You Tell Better Brand Stories

Tell someone to write a poem, and chances are, they’ll freeze up. Tell someone to write a haiku, however, and we bet they’ll bang one out in less than 10 minutes. The reason: constraints unleash our creativity. But how can you translate that to the complex world of content marketing? The below diagram will help…

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Instagram Marketing: 4 Features You Should Be Using [Examples]

  It’s obviously not enough to create an account on Instagram and start shooting photos to share. Successful content marketers on this social platform tailor their content to take advantage of the channel’s strengths, from hashtags and Stories to advertising and live video. Let’s explore how to use these features to maximize your content marketing…

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How to Create the Perfect Instagram Images to Sell Your Brand

Photographs are emotional time machines: they transport us to places of which we’ve only dreamed, remind us of past experiences we long to recreate, and spark inspiration for future adventures. It is not the photographs themselves that stir up these emotions, but rather the memories and aspirations we associate with them. Instagram is a visual…

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51 Best Color Sites for Designers—Updated!

Get featured in PRINT’s all-new book when you win a Regional Design Award! Fire up your bookmarks: These are 50 of the best color sites for designers. Here, you’ll find sites that offer color palettes and color schemes for designers. Color Palette Inspiration & Color Scheme Generators Color Hunt A site that offers a curated…

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