Category Archives for Teaching-Based Marketing

FAQ vs Blog: why your website needs both

FAQ vs Blog: why your website needs both

Do you remember when your company’s website first went live? It might have happened 10+ years ago, or you might have one of the newest sites on the Internet. Depending on your business, the components of the inaugural version of your site will have varied, but usually consist of information you’ll find on a brochure; a description of the goods […]

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What Neil deGrasse Tyson can teach us about business

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Do you recognize the name Neil deGrasse Tyson? He’s an astrophysicist, cosmologist, author, host of the 2014 version of the show Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey, and director of the Hayden Planetarium in New York City. Why would this brilliant scientist be a regular guest on the Daily Show on Comedy Central? Why would he have […]

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3 steps to growing your law practice through blogging

3 Steps to Growing Your Law Practice Through Blogging

Remember when you were a 1L? You weren’t quite a wet-behind-the-ears undergraduate freshman, but the whole legal realm was probably still a bit overwhelming. You watched The Paper Chase and you mentally prepared yourself to be asked any question at any time. But then something amazing happens. You wander into Torts and the professor says […]

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Customers vs users: why both are important

Business planning 101 – distinguish very quickly between customers and users in your business. Customers give you money, users don’t. If we have any hope of running a business that perseveres, we need to have revenue, right? Conventional wisdom says, then, that we should consider focusing on those potential customers while distancing ourselves from the users. […]

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How McDonald’s is teaching about business transparency

Have you seen this McDonald’s commercial? Link to the video Why would the company that invented the special sauce – also known as the “secret sauce” on their Big Mac sandwiches – want to answer their customers’ questions online? Aren’t they worried about other restaurants stealing their ideas? Aren’t they concerned that competitors will use this […]

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Why do Huggies and Pampers want to help potty train our kids?

Disposable diapers are a $5 billion per year business in the U.S. alone. Procter & Gamble, the manufacturer of Pampers, can attribute 12 percent of its total sales to the diaper, making it their largest brand. P&G controls 30.9 percent of the North American diaper market, and lags only Kimberly-Clark’s Huggies at 38.7 percent. Yet, […]

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Teach customers with your website: why and how

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What expectations do you have from your website? Whether you have an established business or are just starting out, it’s almost for certain you have one. Should it be a digital business card?  Should it be a lengthier version of your advertising brochure? Or could it be much, much more? If 57% of the average business-to-business […]

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