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Carrie Ann Williams to Present at Architecture Exchange East

[fa icon="calendar'] Oct 16, 2016 9:54:52 AM / by Carrie Ann posted in Marketing

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Carrie Ann Williams, will present two sessions at this year’s Architecture Exchange East. 

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To blog or not to blog

[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 21, 2016 7:00:00 AM / by Carrie Ann posted in Social Media, content marketing

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Strike the word "Blog" from your website planning.

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2016 Editorial Calendar

[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 20, 2016 4:26:24 PM / by Carrie Ann posted in content marketing

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Is one of your resolutions - or goals - for this year to do better with communications? In 2016 - your great plans will not get side tracked by a big deadline or by a never-ending proposal! You've lined up marketing strategies - trade shows, conferences, newsletters, photography, maybe even a new website. You've started using social media, blogging, and sending out newsletters. It's the first day at the office in 2016 and you are on a mission to meet these goals!

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No Two Proposals Are The Same

[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 11, 2016 4:22:43 PM / by Carrie Ann posted in Marketing, proposals

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IMG_0863.jpgResponding to an RFP means squishing your firm’s brand, your projects, your experts into some sort of form. A government form or a client specific format. RFPs are designed to make firms look the same. They are designed to be a level playing field to allow agencies and client teams to evaluate all firms on the same platform.

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Lessons Learned from SAME Small Business Conference - Networking, Follow Up, and Begniets

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 13, 2015 11:57:39 AM / by Carrie Ann posted in Conferences + Trade Shows, federal marketing

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Last week, the Society of American Military Engineers hosted their annual Small Business Conference in New Orleans. New Orleans in November is still very hot and very humid - but we all needed jackets inside the convetion center! After three days of education sessions, government agency briefings, exhibit hall networking, and evening receptions getting back to the office seemed relaxing. One of the most common challenges of returning is fitting in follow up with the back log of work that piled up while being away. 

Here are some tips we picked up while at the conference about how to manage the stacks of business cards and remember what follow up you promised:

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