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  • Jason Brewer, CEO of Brolik, spends his time advising startup founders on brand positioning and go to market strategy. Here are his insights on working with founders and the common challenges they face when preparing to scale. The post Preparing Startups To Scale (Q&A with Jason Brewer) appeared first on The Brolik Blog.

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  • It is common for early startups to confuse their mission with their brand’s positioning strategy, but they are meant to serve two completely different purposes. The post Don’t Confuse Mission with Brand Positioning appeared first on The Brolik Blog.

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  • In this article, we’ll examine how to structure your website to reflect the principles of user centered design. We’ll dive into the strategy with page hierarchy, usability guidelines, keyword research for naming pages, as well as some tips and tools to find how your users search for information and how your website structure should reflect that. The post How to Create an SEO Friendly Website Struc...

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  • Instead of focusing on volume, your lead generation strategy should start with the goal of closing the loop on revenue generated. The post Lead Generation Strategy: How To Close The Loop appeared first on The Brolik Blog.

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  • AngularJS and jQuery are very different in the world of javascript tools and it's important to know the different features and and functionality of both. This article will go through a small comparison between the two to help you make a decision on which system is right for you. The post AngularJS vs. jQuery appeared first on The Brolik Blog.

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  • Networking with people you have never met before can feel awkward at times, but with the right process in place, even less social types can be successful. The post 10 Business Networking Tips to Generate Referrals appeared first on The Brolik Blog.

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  • While Silicon Valley often glamorizes the “Ready, Fire, Aim” approach, it is important to “measure twice, cut once” when it comes to building your marketing strategy. The post The Importance of Marketing Research appeared first on The Brolik Blog.

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  • A learning environment built on trust, where individuals are free to adopt their own learning styles, creates a memorable and enjoyable educational experience. But how do leaders create such an environment for their team? The post How To Improve A Sales Team’s Performance With Self-Directed Learning appeared first on The Brolik Blog.

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  • Successful lead gen comes down to more than just lead volume, lead quality and closing deals in the short term. Lead source diversification is the key to staying healthy and mitigating your risk as a business. The post Lead Generation Strategy: Rent vs. Own appeared first on The Brolik Blog.

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  • Gaining your customers’ attention is hard work and quite expensive. As difficulty and costs rise from increasing competition, get more out of the attention you have with conversion rate optimization. Find out how. The post Increase Revenue 1,500% with Conversion Rate Optimization appeared first on The Brolik Blog.

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  • It’s not difficult to design and build a beautiful website, but does it clearly define strengths and speak to customer needs? Will the user feel a connection to the brand? This all comes back to how well the website copy is crafted. The post Conquer Website Copywriting Using These 3 Templates appeared first on The Brolik Blog.

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  • A Clean Responsive Web Design Menu Tutorial with CSS, HTML, and jQuery

    In this article, we’ll break down Brolik’s new responsive web design menu and explain how the code works line by line. The post A Clean Responsive Web Design Menu Tutorial with CSS, HTML, and jQuery appeared first on The Brolik Blog.

  • How to be Creative

    Creativity and problem solving aren’t superpowers that only a few chosen geniuses possess. We can all improve our propensity for “eureka moments,” it just takes a little bit of hard work. The post How to be Creative appeared first on The Brolik Blog.

  • Digital Transformation Starts With Your Customers

    Digital transformation is a popular term these days. Immediately we jump to new technologies that make our lives easier, but let’s not get ahead of ourselves. Digital transformation should improve the customer experience first and foremost. The post Digital Transformation Starts With Your Customers appeared first on The Brolik Blog.

  • Prepare for any Sales Meeting with these 12 Questions

    Booking a meeting with a prospect is a sweet victory, but don’t celebrate yet. Increase your chances of winning the business by knowing the who, when, where, what, and why before walking into any sales meeting. The post Prepare for any Sales Meeting with these 12 Questions appeared first on The Brolik Blog.

  • SEO vs. SEM: Think Co-existence, Not Competition

    The classic debate of SEO vs. SEM shouldn’t be a debate at all. The post SEO vs. SEM: Think Co-existence, Not Competition appeared first on The Brolik Blog.

  • Facebook’s 20% Rule Revisited

    This article is a quick update to an article I wrote two years ago when Facebook initially rolled out the 20% rule on their advertising platform. A lot has changed since then, so it seems like a good time to take another look. The post Facebook’s 20% Rule Revisited appeared first on The Brolik Blog.

  • A Project Post Mortem Template

    As a project manager, I’ve always been motivated by the idea that teams can learn from their mistakes to become collectively better. On the other hand, I’ve also been cognizant that if not structured properly and delivered in a way that’s constructive, feedback can be detrimental and quickly spiral out of control. The post A Project Post Mortem Template appeared first on The Brolik Blog.

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  • Responsive Web Design Footer with HTML, CSS, and JQuery Code Examples

    Here’s our favorite way to set up a responsive web design footer for use on desktop, tablet, and mobile devices. We'll get into the HTML, CSS, and JQuery that it takes to make all of the content and user interface elements stack, reorder, and collapse for optimal use on any size device. The post Responsive Web Design Footer with HTML, CSS, and JQuery Code Examples appeared first on The Brolik Blog...

  • 4 Simple Steps to Create a Customer Centric PR Strategy

    Good PR campaigns do not revolve around the company, its products or services. They revolve around customers. Here are four easy, yet often overlooked steps to create customer centric PR campaigns. The post 4 Simple Steps to Create a Customer Centric PR Strategy appeared first on The Brolik Blog.

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  • Websites are the engine of many businesses. A new, more powerful or more efficient website can boost online success for a brand. However, with every opportunity comes risk, and if the website launch isn’t handled properly, it can cause devastating damage. The post Website Migration Checklist appeared first on The Brolik Blog.

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