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It can be uncomfortable and daunting to rethink and reevaluate how and who we communicate with and how we allocate our resources for marketing but it needs to be done. Previously I wrote a post about trends that businesses should adapt to and embrace in...

"Publish or perish," that was a common saying when I worked in a lab.  Now as a marketer, I sometimes wonder what would be equivalent to that in this field? “Adapt or perish” comes to mind. In my case, that is like teaching a middle-aged...

Insightful Business Analysis + Effective Execution Trying to sell a product or service without a well thought out marketing plan is like throwing something at the wall and hoping it sticks. This has one advantage and two disadvantages. The advantage is it is easy to do...

The New Year is a time for resolutions. So, while you’re resolving to hit the gym a little more, or eat healthier, consider also getting your corporate brand style guide in shape.  Even if your personal resolution doesn’t last beyond Spring, a well-executed style guide...

Communicating complex scientific information comes in many flavors. The first step is to recognize that audience has varying abilities to digest complex content. Like three layers of Neapolitan, we can broadly divide our audience into three categories in terms of their facility comprehending technical information:...

A saying attributed to John Wanamaker generally produces nervous smiles from many marketers "Half the money I spend on advertising is wasted; the trouble is I don't know which half." I don’t know about the 50% part but the sentiment is usually true. If you...

With tight marketing budgets, a dilemma for marketers is how best to allocate the money to many service lines that may need attention. The doctors may complain that their specialty is not being adequately supported. There may even be inter-departmental politics involved and bad feelings...