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Continual Learning is Our Self Care Stay-at-home orders where we’re headquartered near Kansas City, Missouri, began on March 24 and sent our teams home to serve our clients remotely. As it turns out, saving up to two hours a day in commuting times gives a person extra time to check off some important tasks on their to-do lists. At the top of our list was an important mission: personal and talent development. Since the birth of iFocus Marketing nearly five years ago,...

Get Your Online Ads In Front of the Right People Google Ads has long-offered Audiences in campaigns, but the tool doesn’t often get the recognition it deserves. Audiences are collections of users that Google creates based on their demographics and online interests. Using Audiences can optimize your campaigns and target users more efficiently. Successful marketers understand the types of Google Ads Audiences to manually optimize and improve campaign performance. There are five types of audiences generated within Google Ads: Detailed Demographics Affinity...

Assemble Meaningful Gifts and Marketing Campaigns Now With quarantine and stay-at-home orders still in place for most states due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and the possibility that restaurants, spas, and certain stores will remain closed for the first weeks of May, retail shoppers are faced with a new hurdle: purchasing and gifting a meaningful Mother’s Day present. The National Retail Federation shared new information late last month about consumers’ Mother’s Day spending plans, and it’s actually great news for retailers with an...

Another Reason to Keep Marketing During Coronavirus Summer 2020 Olympic Games: Postponed. Major League Baseball: On hold. Wimbledon Championships: Cancelled altogether.  Democratic National Convention: Pushed back. COVID-19’s effects on big, important events certainly weren’t unexpected, with shelter-in-place and quarantine orders in place across the country and in most places in the world. After all, you can’t fill a stadium with fans -- or have both offense and defense at a ball game -- during this new normal.  What might have been slightly less predictable for those...

For the last couple of weeks, we’ve been sharing information about digital marketing tactics during crises situations, like coronavirus. It’s especially important to take great care to ensure your small-business marketing content is appropriate for these uncertain times, when emotions are running high. Digital marketing is incredibly important to maintaining your share in the marketplace and recovering more quickly after a crisis, but we can imagine you’ve been thinking far more about whether your business has the finances to withstand the...

It can be stressful to operate a business in normal circumstances, let alone at a time when a coronavirus interferes with nearly every facet of daily life. It only makes sense that small business owners feel anxiety about what will happen to the companies they’ve worked so hard to build, especially if they got the “non-essential” label and were asked to temporarily close. Just because you aren’t actively working with customers right now, does not mean this is the time to...