ImagiNation with Aaron Trubic

ImagiNation with Aaron Trubic

“Feeling successful seems to be a basic, controllable state of mind to me lately. If you can find triumphs in little places – like doing something better or faster or at a higher level, or communicating better, changing your mindset over time based on some insightful observation, or even making someone smile – that’s success (to me). I tend to seek those things out – they’re jet fuel and it changes every day.”

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Entrepreneurs to Keep Your Eye On: Jenna Kutcher

Entrepreneurs to Keep Your Eye On: Jenna Kutcher

I wish everyone could follow Jenna Kutcher and listen to the Goal Digger podcast. When I found Goal Digger a few months ago from a blog I read, I was hesitant. Goal Digger was nothing like any podcasts I regularly listen to. Would I really enjoy listening to this? Would I connect with the host? Could Jenna capture my attention for a full hour? The answer to every one of those questions is YES!

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How Color Influences Your Brand

How Color Influences Your Brand

It’s pretty obvious that color and branding come hand in hand. Color can not only influence buying habits, but it also helps consumers create a relationship with the brand. When you think of companies like Tiffany and Co’s blue or the bold red of Coca-Cola, you have an immediate association with that brand. From that initial reaction, you could probably imagine an advertisement you’ve seen or that company’s website. Color helps create a personality around the brand and stretches across all associated platforms.

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How A Love / Loathe List Can Benefit Your Team

How A Love / Loathe List Can Benefit Your Team

Positive morale is every leader’s ultimate goal amongst their team. It’s difficult to balance the necessity for the delegation of tasks and making sure that everyone is satisfied with the work that they are doing. Last quarter, our leaders introduced a ‘Love / Loathe’ list to the team, with the instructions to write down the tasks that we loved to do vs. the tasks that we’d happily let go of.

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ImagiNation with Tito Chapman

ImagiNation with Tito Chapman

Being an entrepreneur is in my DNA; from a child growing up I was charged with the responsibility of cashing in both my parents supermarkets. It is that experience which allowed me to explore owning my own business. Being an avid writer, opening an Online News Portal was one of my dreams. Thus, after resigning the post of Computer Teacher after teaching for 5 years my dream began to take shape. 

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5 Ways we Use Google Sheets to Keep Our Business Thriving

5 Ways we Use Google Sheets to Keep Our Business Thriving

A lot of what we do is creating content and posting for our partners on their various social media pages, but we also have a multitude of things that happen behind the scenes that help foster our relationships. We keep a detailed log of month-to-month impressions, engagements, clicks to the website, and follower growth. Thanks to Google Sheets helps us keep track of all this data and is extremely helpful to us, here at Imagine Media Consulting.

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5 Steps to Better Integrate Google and Social Media Advertising

5 Steps to Better Integrate Google and Social Media Advertising

Since you've found yourself on a blog dedicated to social media marketing, chances are you have an idea of how important digital advertising is. It's not just important though, it's an absolutely huge industry that continues to grow exponentially. In fact, digital ad spend as a whole is expected to grow nearly 19 percent in 2018 to $107 billion. Billion, with a B.

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ImagiNation with Jason Rhoades

ImagiNation with Jason Rhoades

“Imagining and Doing are Yin & Yang.  Imagining doesn’t mean anything if you’re not willing to roll up your sleeves and make it happen. I see a lot of heavy-thinkers who have great ideas and aren’t really willing to put the work in. They tend to be the biggest complainers and most dissatisfied with life.  The people who work hard but never take the time to experiment, take risks and create new ideas usually take soul-sucking jobs or get burned out. So if you want to be fulfilled, “imagining more” means "doing more”  (and vice-versa).”

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ImagiNation with Hadi Irvani

ImagiNation with Hadi Irvani

"I come from a family of businessmen and women. Both my father's side and mother's side love business. I started my career working on my weakness: Sales. I was scared of the phone, and after 2 years of inside sales love it. Then I started small, and with the help of Amazon, grew Okabashi and Oka-b web business 3x over 3 years. Having had some success, I helped Matt and Steve with Country Club Prep. Then I decided to get on the startup-bandwagon and start PeachDish."

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