It sounds like an excuse for laziness or low quality work, but it’s actually some solid advice. If you can, you should always push your work to be the best it can be, but without a deadline, many creatives may feel like their work always needs improvement.Read More
You’d expect to apply for jobs the old fashioned way, in newspapers and on job boards, but some companies have gotten creative in how they recruit new hires. Being able to be successful at finding a job, when technology is changing, requires more than just your education and how you answer questions in the interview. Some companies try and find the applicants who can go beyond those questions and prove that they have the creativeness and soft skills needed for their business.Read More
Every day when I get home from work, I walk up to my mail box, take the flyers out (I do save the McDonald’s coupons) and immediately toss them into the recycling bin outside my front door. I already know I am not the only one who does this.Read More
What is “influencer marketing?” It is somewhere in between subtle product placement and a product testimonial. AJ Agrawal explained it best in his Forbes article, Why Influencer Marketing Will Explode in 2017.
The busy season is upon us. If you’re a small business, it may be a little daunting to think of trying to compete with the big box stores. You’re in luck though. People actually do like shopping locally, especially in Kingston.Read More
Now both a thing of history and memories, it may be difficult to find hard copies of the oldest Eaton and Sears catalogues, but Google is packed full of some charming and sometimes hilarious advertisements that worked back in the early 20th century (and still would work for many of us today).Read More