Logan Lafferty

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The Importance of Supporting Your Brand Through B2B Content Marketing

According to a 2014 State of B2B Procurement study, 94% of B2B buyers research extensively online as part of their purchase process. They’ll go through Google searches, check business websites, visit aggregate list sites and read user reviews all before making their final decision. One of the best ways for your company to show up…

Digital Billboards to Combat Commuter Anxiety

Using Data & Digital Billboards to Combat Commuter Anxiety

We’ve all experienced at least some degree of stress and anxiety when commuting on public transportation. I’ll go so far as to claim it’s an impossible thing to avoid. But the metro system in Stockholm, Sweden, is trying to do something about it.

Compelling Presentation for Competitive Research

Creating a Compelling Presentation for Competitive Research

As my colleague Jason pointed out last week, competitive research is the foundation to move your company forward. It lets you know how you stand out among your industry peers and ways you can improve your offering to claim more market share. The next step in your competitive research journey is to present your findings…

Learning When Words Became Words Thanks to the Merriam-Webster “Time Traveler”

When did a word officially become a word? Merriam-Webster’s Time Traveler tool lets you learn about an era based on the words it added to the dictionary.

Seinfeld Teaches Us About Product Launch

What Seinfeld Can Teach Us About a Successful Product Launch

Around the office, I’m known as the resident Seinfeld fan. Actually, “fan” might be a conservative description. It’s not uncommon for me to find instances throughout the day that harken back to a particular episode of Seinfeld (it’s a disease, really). Some of my previous blog posts have been at the intersection of my personal…

Traveler Writing Tool

Traveler: A Distraction-Free Writing Tool for a Distraction-Filled World

We live in a world filled with distractions. More and more, companies are elbowing each other in an attempt to vie for your attention. This results in a cacophony of, well… things: ads, posts, videos, etc. This can make writing more difficult than it needs to be because it means there’s always something else to see…

Could Twitter Actually Be Improving?

Could It Be? Could Twitter Actually Be Improving?

In terms of popular opinion, Twitter has been trending downward for awhile now. For the past few years, the giant tech company has been embroiled in no shortage of challenges: parsing through Russian bots, stamping out terrorism recruitment, and being the center of debate surrounding what free speech means.

Tips for Google Ads

Three Tips for Success in Google Ads

Of all the approaches to marketing available today, Google Ads offers perhaps the most robust and detail-oriented tools to get your message in front of consumers’ eyes. Here’s how to get started.

Content Marketing, Stephen King & the Art of the Appetizer

Content Marketing, Stephen King & the Art of the Appetizer

This week’s post isn’t so much about something new that I learned, but rather a tried-and-true practice like content marketing being reinforced by one of my personal heroes: Stephen King, the master of horror. You might be wondering how those two seemingly disparate things could be connected. Allow me to explain…

How To Avoid Making a Facebook Faux Pas

In our last blog post, we offered a few tips for writing an effective Facebook post for your business and how best to foster engagement among your audience. As mentioned, that’s not always easy to do in today’s over-saturated social media market. There will always be folks on the internet trying to elbow their way…