Consider this not a good day to get on my nerves, but I just got a cold call, AGAIN, from another guy wanting to put us on the first page with a google search, yada, yada, yada. Claimed we didn't . . .
Innovative marketers are incorporating the findings of psychologists to create marketing campaigns that can reach consumers on a deeper and more effective level, a practice called neuromarketing. Sinister as it may seem, smart online marketers put aside any squeamishness about using . . .Read full post
My early days were spent in the suburbs of St. Louis, MO. There, I dutifully played my role as the youngest of three girls. I ventured across the Show-Me state to the City of Fountains to begin my time at William Jewell College. It was there that I gained an appreciation for communication of all kinds, whether it be through social media, one-on-one interactions, or planned speeches. I’m driven by a desire to see businesses communicate with their customers in a more dynamic and effective way.
At Turn The Page I am able to put that desire to work with lots of planning, a good amount of creativity, and daily doses of coffee. When I am not busy writing blog posts and website content, you can find me trying a new recipe from Pinterest, chasing after my niece and nephew, or doing a DIY project. I’m taking up running, a practice I used to abhor. It is a struggle, but I’m enjoying the process of starting a new hobby.