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How Small Businesses Can Keep Up With Google’s Increasingly Visual Search Results

Google's new search update has made results more visual. Find out how small businesses can adapt to this change by optimizing their content.

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4 Copywriting Mistakes and How To Fix Them

No matter how long you've been writing copy, you're bound to make some small mistakes. Here are 4 copywriting mistakes and how to fix them!

3 Things Small Businesses Can Learn From Coachella

Small businesses can learn a lot from Coachella's new NFT launch. Check out these three lessons you can learn from their marketing strategy.

What to Learn from Adidas’ New NIL Network

Adidas is launching a new NIL network open to over 50,000 student-athletes. Learn how you can apply parts of this plan to your own business.

NFTs and NILs: The Opportunity For College Athletes & Small Businesses

NFTs can help college athletes profit from their name, image, & likeness. Learn how you can incorporate them into your next NIL sponsorship.

Why Your Business Needs a Brand Style Guide

A company’s visual assets play an important role in establishing a brand. A brand style guide will ensure your visual assets are consistent.

Why You Should Never Ignore Your Landing Page

A landing page is essential to turn your website visitors into customers. Read on to learn how to create a landing page that converts.

How To Repurpose Content for Social Media

It can be difficult to come up with new social media content. Here's a guide to repurpose your existing content for social media.

How Non-Fungible Tokens Are Making Their Way Into Business Models

Companies are slowly embracing NFTs as they become more mainstream. Find out how they could be used in your existing business model.

Why the Green Bay Packers Should Have Offered NFTs Instead of Stock Shares

Find out why the Green Bay Packers' recent stock sale would have been better if they had offered NFTs instead.