- You can’t start a conversation if you tell all before you are asked a question.
Become interesting and engaging by telling what you or your business does with 1 compelling photo and three words?
- “Think Different” and lead with your brand promise “to inspire moments of optimism and uplift.” “Never Stop Communicating” it. Make it front and center. “It’s The Ultimate Driving Machine” of your sales pipeline. “To inspire and nurture the human spirit – one person, one cup and one neighborhood at a time.”
“Think Different” – Apple Company
“To inspire moments of optimism and uplift.” – Coca-Cola
“Never Stop Communicating” – Articulon
“It’s The Ultimate Driving Machine” BMW
“To inspire and nurture the human spirit – one person, one cup and one neighborhood at a time.” – Starbucks
- The best marketing materials are about your CUSTOMER! Be clear, be brief and guide the narrative. Communicate 📣 👂 only three points: 1️⃣ What problem does your CUSTOMER have or what do they want/need that you can provide, 2️⃣ How will you do it FOR THEM, and 3️⃣ How can THEY have it right now. — Bonus tip 🎉: for B2B marketing, nearly 💯% of your potential customers want to make more money 💵 in an easier (more efficient way) so they have more time to do what they love.
What a great day for our client, Triangle Lebanese Association, during the 17th annual Lebanese Festival. The festival had more than 5,000 attendees. Special shout out to the N&O for recapping such a fun-filled Easter Saturday. Check out the article below.
Soha Hilal viewed much of Saturday’s Lebanese Festival through the camera lens on her phone.
She took photos of her daughter, Carla, before the 8-year-old and about 20 other children carried a giant Lebanon flag to a stage on Fayetteville Street’s City Plaza.
Hilal snapped more photos just before Carla walked on the stage to perform a traditional Lebanese dance, known as Dabke.
In fact, it wasn’t until after the music stopped and Carla struck a pose that Hilal stopped taking pictures. After kneeling in front of the stage and holding her gold phone aloft, Carla’s mom stood and high-fived several other camera-wielding Lebanese parents.