Suffering from creative block? It happens to the best of us. At Market Mentors, however, our success often depends on our creativity, so we employ a variety of methods to keep our creativity flowing. Here we share our top 10.
One of the best ways to learn something new is to read a book about it. Most of us at Market Mentors have been inspired in our careers, or have learned how to do what we do even better, thanks to books we’ve read. Here we share some of our favorites.
All too often, businesses adopt the belief that “if you build it, they will come.” The truth is, all products and services, no matter how good, will go unused if no one knows about them. Don’t be the best-kept secret.
When meeting the team at Market Mentors, no spin around the office is complete without stopping by the audio studio. If you have ever felt intimidated by a studio setting, consider our recording space the antidote to the cold, dark environs you may have visited in your travels.
April is National Volunteer Month so team members from Market Mentors, LLC, in West Springfield decided to give back to the community by volunteering as guest chefs at the Ronald McDonald House in Springfield. Eleven members of the staff prepared a home cooked Mexican fiesta for the families staying at the house.
Got a claim? Be sure to back it up! One of my favorite scenes in the movie “Elf” is the one in the coffee shop. “World’s best cup of coffee!” Wow!
This scene is hilarious, but it illustrates a trap that is all too common in advertising. While your parents may believe you are the best, the rest of us need proof.
In doing a bit of digging for this blog post, I found some staggering stats via the Harvard Business Review. Nearly 33% of new hires look for a new job within their first six months on the job and 23% of new hires turn over before their first anniversary. Wait, what?! How might you prevent this from happening within your company? Effective onboarding.