Influencers who take short-cuts should raise red flags

By Ted Wright

By Ted Wright On a long trip to Oman I had a chance to catch up with the news and read about the college entry scandal. An article by Ashely Reece chronicled the social media journey of influencer Olivia Jade Giannulli, daughter of actress Lori Laughlin. A few findings: Red flags Olivia was already the […]


Six Marketing Lessons You Can Learn From #SaveSweetBriar

By Ted Wright

By Ted Wright The mission of Sweet Briar College is to empower and educate young women to build and reshape their world wherever their passions lead them. If you’re unfamiliar with the most current chapter of their story, here it is. On March 3, 2015 the board of directors of Sweet Briar College, an all […]


Word-of-Mouth Marketing Should Be Like a Jockey—Short, Agile and Human

By Ted Wright

By Ted Wright Every vital brand has a story to tell, and the most effective way to spread your story—even in today’s digital age—is through word-of-mouth conversations. The key to word of mouth is having a great story to share, and the best stories are like jockeys: short, agile and human. Short. In our experience, […]


Don’t sell to the community; become a part of it.

By Fizz

Originally posted on WOMMA’s All Things WOMM blog, this post was written by Jeff Morrissey, Brand Specialist – Marketing and Innovation at BISSELL. — The carpet sweeper was invented in 1876 and really hasn’t changed much because it still works just like it’s supposed to… But, by 2011, BISSELL sweeper sales had become flat (for several […]