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Blogs and Podcasts from March Communications
Full disclosure: This is all fairly new to me, and I love it! Now I need to back up a bit. I was an athlete growing up. Team sports were a prominent part of my grammar and high school years, and even into college, I always played sports. I loved playing, and I was...
As we continue following the campaign trail leading up to November’s presidential election, we’ve touched upon several tech-related issues and the role they’ve played, or not played, in this year’s multiple campaigns. While the candidates themselves may not have...
Dear Parents, Congratulations on making it through your first week working from home, juggling kiddos and work. Reflecting on my past week, I think it’s safe to say that your week was equally as challenging. For most working parents, we’re used to bringing our kids to...
Shlomi Ron, CEO of Visual Storytelling Institute, explains how visual stories help brands stand out in a crowded marketing and communications landscape.
For PR agencies everywhere, now is the time to reimagine WFH and how we priortize our physical and mental well-being over these next few weeks.
Great content marketing can happen anywhere — the office, home, anywhere in between — keeping most opportunities open even if you’re working remotely.
Looking for remote content marketing ideas? Owen Mack of Cobrandit Video joins Hacks and Flacks to discuss how you can create professional-quality videos from home.
New paradigms call for new ways of thinking and new approaches quickly. We’re happy to help you where we can. And we’re happy to give advice for free too.
You can easily have a low-budget corporate podcast up and running in under a week. Here’s everything you’ll need, from a microphone to editing software.
Is all the tech and innovation in the health and wellness category making us healthier and our lives better? In short, are we well?
If wellness tech companies expect buyers to spend money on their new gadget, they’ll need to convince them that it’s practical for everyday life.
Climate change has been a major focus for the 2020 candidates. How do their proposed policies stack up — and specifically address climate tech?
AI, facial recognition and data privacy are some of the hottest of the hot-button tech issues, but haven’t taken equally high importance in the 2020 race.
Welcome to the Year of Smart Living. We wanted to know: Are technology and innovation making us healthier and our lives better? Let’s find out.
FitGenie founders Obi Anachebe and Keith Osayande discuss what’s important to consumers in the wellness tech space and how they apply user lessons toward building an app that makes a positive difference to buyers.