Last month I attended Pecha Kucha 20×20 at the Indianapolis Museum of Art. The theme was ‘The Next Indianapolis’ and the winning presenter would walk away with $10,000 to help jump start their proposed project. For those of you unfamiliar with Pecha Kucha, let me provide a basic context. “Pecha Kucha” is Japanese for ‘chit-chat’ […]

by Joshua Cook

Website Redesign – Is Your Site the Problem or the Symptom?

Is your company considering a website redesign in the coming months? If you’re like most companies, you’re trying to figure out how to get the most out of every dollar spent. Marketing budgets are no exception. Because it’s usually the first place potential customers will go to learn more about your service, even relatively strapped […]

by Josh Miles

A three step strategy for sharing expertise on Twitter: How professional firms can use Twitter to position expert brands.

Are you a little leery of jumping into Twitter? I think that’s a common feeling among many high-end attorneys, accountants, architects, engineers, and technical consultants that we’ve spoken to over the past few months. It’s not that these professionals don’t have anything valuable to say, they’re just not sure how best to get started. All […]

by Josh Miles

Does Your Brand Have Any Competition?

Take a moment to think about your “competition”. You probably immediately thought of one or two competitors. Your clients-to-be often ask you about them. They pitch all of the same accounts that you’re pitching. Even the not-for-profit world has competition. You’re kidding yourself if you don’t see those other charities as competing for the same […]

by Josh Miles

The true identity of your brand

I recently had the privilege of presenting an activity at a local networking event for the Keystone at the Crossing Rainmakers meeting. The activity revolved around the concept of identity and how taking time to learn more about someone at a networking event could positively impact your business. And while my presentation at Rainmakers was […]

by Josh Miles