Make your content easy to find (Part 4 of 4-part series)

Posted on May 7, 2019 by Sandy Sponaugle and filed under Communications, Social Media.

In this newsletter series, we’re talking about ways to come up with content. In the last newsletter, we discussed ways to brainstorm blog posts. Once you create the content, it should not stay as your organization’s best kept secret. Help your audience find it! Send your blog as a newsletter and post it on your website. Share …

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How to create a content calendar (Part 1 of 4-part series)

Posted on April 16, 2019 by Sandy Sponaugle and filed under Business Development, Communications, Social Media.

Often, people get stuck trying to create Pulitzer Prize-worthy content for social media and newsletters, and then end up not creating anything at all. It can be overwhelming trying to constantly create content. However, this process is much simpler when you break it down into a few steps. The first place to start is mapping …

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[Guest Blog] Lessons Learned From My Season With the Redskins

Posted on January 22, 2019 by Ellen Buchanan and filed under Blog, Communications.

Today we have a guest blog from our Communications Specialist, Ellen! Enjoy 🙂     If you’re a Washington Redskins fan, you know that the 2018 season was full of ups and downs. The team led the division at one point and had a chance at making the playoffs. Then, injuries plagued them and the hope …

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My resolution for the new year? Sending notes!

Posted on January 2, 2019 by Sandy Sponaugle and filed under Blog, Business Development, Communications.

One of my resolutions for the new year is to nurture more connections. This can be business connections or personal relationships. A key way to do this – especially in business – is through immediate follow-up. Ever been to an event or conference where you met a lot of new people, reconnected with past colleagues, …

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3 Tips to Write Better Emails

Posted on October 10, 2018 by Sandy Sponaugle and filed under Communications, Strategic Communication.

Many of us remember what work was like before email. We had fax machines in the office to send documents, and used a device called a “telephone” to have conversations with people not in the room. 😉 Then email came along, and with the convenience of being able to send a message in moment’s notice …

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