Jacob Werre was featured in the “Social Media Strategies” section of BizTimes Milwaukee in early April. He talks about how nostalgia can be a powerful and effective tool in social media marketing. This fun article answers why nostalgia works, gives some tips and reveals a fun fact about Jacob.
Chad Ritterbusch was featured in the March 18th edition of the Waukesha Freeman. The article focused on time off and how it is important for both employees and employers to take advantage of it. The first part of the article is below or you can find the full article here.
The importance of time off for workers — and employers
A break from the job is mutually beneficial
For years we’ve been informed that Americans are some of the hardest workers in the world and tend to not use all of their paid time off each year, leading to burnout and stress. But what are the effects on their employers? Continue reading
While all of southeast Wisconsin was wrapped up in the first major snowstorm of the season, more than 350 military families – undeterred by the wintry weather – gathered at the War Memorial in downtown Milwaukee on Saturday, December 10th for USO Wisconsin’s Annual “Operation Christmas” celebration. Continue reading
Adding video to your website is easier and cheaper than you think.
Have you ever thought about adding video to your organization’s website? Seemingly every site you visit these days is using video for standard online content. It’s quickly becoming the new normal. Continue reading
Join Marc Whitney on Wednesday, October 22 as he kicks off TRG’s “Food with Friends” luncheon series with Online Advertising: How to determine what’s right for you.
Marc will guide attendees through the ever-expanding world of online advertising including discussions on pay-per-click strategies, successful ad campaigns and the pitfalls of search engine advertising. Continue reading
In today’s marketplace, the demand for immediate contribution is high. Companies are always wise to take their time in making the right hire. No one wants to waste resources training a staff person that may not work out because they don’t have the right aptitude for the position, or because they simply don’t fit the culture of the organization they are joining. Both elements deserve equal weight in consideration.