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Defining Your Brand's Core Values

How to Define Your Brand’s Core Values

By | March 07, 2016

Core values are critical to establishing a strong culture at your organization. Why are they so important? Core values communicate what you believe as a company and how you are working together toward a shared vision. This concept is powerful. By articulating what you stand for as a brand, you... Read More »

How to Tell a Deep Story in a Shallow Social Media World - Blue Kite Marketing

How to Tell a Deep Story in a Shallow Social Media World {Podcast}

By | March 02, 2016

Thanks to social media’s success, there has been a land rush to get on board and take advantage of these new and exciting ways to reach your audience. However, in doing so, the social networks have become crowded, noisy places where everyone is yelling louder to get heard above the... Read More »

How Core Values Ignite Your Marketing - Blue Kite Marketing

How Core Values Ignite Your Marketing {Podcast}

By | February 10, 2016

When people talk about core values, it can easily conjure up an image of a sad list of adjectives posted on the break room wall. Or, it might even make you think about those motivational posters from the 90s with words like “Leadership” emblazoned across the bottom with a picture... Read More »

How Corporate Culture Impacts Marketing - Blue Kite Marketing

How a Strong Company Culture Dramatically Improves Your Marketing

By | February 08, 2016

I have long been interested in the power and importance of developing a strong company culture. Throughout my career, I always looked for ways to improve the culture at the places I worked. I firmly believed that a happy, engaged and motivated workforce would produce better work. There are plenty... Read More »

What Blue Kite Stands for as a Company

By | February 02, 2016

Four years ago today I became a full-time entrepreneur. It has been an amazing journey so far, but I have never been more excited about the direction of Blue Kite than I am right now. In the past few months, I have brought on two new team members – Reed... Read More »

Strengths-Based Marketing - Blue Kite Marketing

How to Create a Strengths-Based Marketing Team {Podcast}

By | January 27, 2016

Welcome back to The Marketing Huddle! We’re excited to be back with a new episode after taking a short break over the holidays. The extra time off also gave us some time to re-focus our efforts. This year, we’re taking a slightly different approach to The Marketing Huddle. We’re ditching... Read More »

3 Words to Guide Me in 2016

3 Guiding Principles for 2016

By | January 04, 2016

Happy 2016! I hope you had a wonderful holiday season and that your New Year is off to a great start! One thing I do to start every year is to determine three words or phrases to guide my throughout the year. I call them my guiding principles. No, these... Read More »

Episode 31: Top Marketing Newsmakers of 2015

The Biggest Marketing Changes in 2015 {Podcast}

By | December 16, 2015

Top Marketing Newsmakers from 2015  If you’ve been following our podcast, you’ll notice how we often mention the fast pace of marketing today. Because things move so quickly, it can be almost jarring to recognize how much things have changed – especially over the course of a whole year. But,... Read More »

Top Digital Marketing Posts of 2015

Top 10 Digital Marketing Blog Posts of 2015

By | December 14, 2015

As we close out the year and plan for the next, it’s always fun to look back at the work we’ve created and blog content we’ve published. In particular, I love looking back at our top posts for the year. Not only is it a great way to end the... Read More »


How to Get More from Google Analytics with Andy Crestodina {Podcast}

By | December 09, 2015

Raise your hand if you hate data and analytics? If you’re like many marketers, numbers make your skin crawl. Maybe you even got into PR or marketing so you wouldn’t have to deal with numbers. But to be a successful marketer in today’s world, you must get comfortable with analytics... Read More »