Gina Soleil’s philosophy may sound New-Agey and touchy-feely, but she says her solutions are grounded in science and logic.
The benefits of the Internet were immediately and readily apparent, but the drawbacks took a bit longer to grasp.
He takes hides that show branding-iron marks, scratches and other imperfections and fashions them into distinctive bags, wallets, key fobs and other pieces.
The three co-executive directors believe strategic networking can increase engagement and empowerment in Minnesota and the Dakotas.
John Paton, CEO of Digital First — which runs the Pioneer Press — has been the industry’s loudest voice favoring free access on the web, but last week he threw in the towel.
Mississippi Mushroom, with its gourmet-quality fungi, are one example of the growing sector.
The Minneapolis nonprofit is hoping baby Siobhan can help it compete Thursday for donations among more than 4,000 other groups.
In the Twin Cities, for example, only about 1,800 people in the 25- to 54-year-old demographic watch the PBS “NewsHour,” according to the latest Nielsen ratings.
Print advertising continues to drop with no end in sight. And what’s more worrisome to me are trends in digital advertising.
Content is king in today’s marketing world, and the local king of marketing is providing an excellent example of a content-based strategy.
Auto companies have revamped their marketing techniques to meet the demands of the digital world, but press previews remain a key way to get the word out.
The Internet makes it easy for the public to “decouple” tasty treats like sports and celebrity gossip from the news of the day.
They started with an online sales business featuring teas supplied by small farmers they’d met in China. Now they’ve opened a tea bar.
This year’s contest attracted more than 1,100 entries; the finalists in each of the six categories each received a $25,000 prize.
Three years after the passage of the new health care law, Americans understand very little about the program.
AOL executive Tim Armstrong was finally forced to concede that not enough advertisers were willing to pay for a network of sites offering small-potatoes news.
The factors that drive Amazon’s success — such as intense targeting of consumers — will now become part of the Post’s DNA.
The nation’s leading newspaper companies’ latest quarterly financial reports show a continued decline in print advertising.
Their extensive use on the Web means the video ads, by necessity, will have to be very informative, very entertaining — or both.
Twitter and other social media have given millions of people the opportunity to be stupid in public. But one piece of stupidity shouldn’t be a capital offense.