America’s unemployment rate dropped to 3.7 percent in September 2018, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. While the lowest jobless rate in nearly 50 years bodes well for candidates and suggests that business is good, it presents challenges for employers.
Sooner or later, most business owners or marketing managers decide they need marketing support. The next question is what form of help? Do I hire freelancers? Bring on someone full-time? Or partner with an agency?
Point Pleasant radio station, 95.9 The WRAT, gave a report that we always remember when summer is approaching. Their quest to quantify the Jersey Shore’s population growth during the summer months led them to compare the winter and summer wastewater flows – essentially, toilets flushed – as a means of quantifying our region’s summer swell of vacationers and visitors. Some might consider this a “waste” of time, but what they found is worth noting
Internal communications are especially important for community banks because of the high level of service that customers expect and the gap that can occur between corporate and branch offices. Here are three ways to keep your brand messaging and employees in perfect harmony.
How does one measure the Shore’s summer population, and how does a business capitalize on the increase? Find out here.
Ask 20 people their definition of branding and you’ll get 20 different answers. Regardless, most will agree that branding is one of the most pivotal investments a business can make. When you have a strong brand, it converts to sales and customer loyalty.
The world moves quickly in the digital age. If you don’t have a system in place to relay important information to your customers, you will be prone to miscommunications and missed opportunities.