Channeling your Digital Story through Print

In today’s digital age, there’s been lot of talk about whether or not print is dead. Should businesses still invest in printed marketing materials, or are they too dated? The simple answer is it really depends on the type of business. But the extended answer is yes, most businesses can still benefit from integrating printed […]

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Create Gorgeous Canvas Prints for Valentine’s Day

Photos hold a special place in my heart, and I always have my camera by my side. Like me, I’m sure you have a ton of photos sitting on a computer somewhere that you haven’t printed yet! Canvas prints are the perfect idea for showing off those photos. It’s so easy to send pictures to FedEx […]

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The Power of Print in a World Gone Digital

Marketers today are in love with all things digital. In fact, many claim the rise of digital marketing has signaled the end of traditional print marketing. Digital marketers shout, “Print is dead!” and implore you to spend all of your marketing budget and time on blogs and new phone apps. Now, I’m as enamored with […]

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Shipping Holiday Gifts? Pack and Ship at FedEx Office and Give to the Red Cross

The following is a guest blog from Richard Reed, senior vice president, Disaster Cycle Services at the American Red Cross The holiday season is a time of celebration and reflection, but most importantly, a time to give thanks and to give back. For the American Red Cross, it’s one of our busiest times because of […]

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Keep Co-workers Cohesive with Perfectly Planned Potlucks

My team at work is a little food obsessed. Okay, truthfully, we’re a LOT food obsessed. We start talking about lunch around 9:30 in the morning. So when it comes to team builders, we find there is nothing better than a potluck. A little time with colleagues with good food and good conversation can really […]

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Creating a Great Business Brochure

Recently, my cousin asked for help proofing a brochure she created, and as a student of journalism, I was happy to help. Upon first review, I noticed several layout and design elements that needed improvement. And that got me to thinking — I bet a lot of small businesses face the same issues. Making custom […]

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How to be Productive When Outside the Office

 Ah, winter. The days feel shorter, the cooler weather is approaching, the kids are in school and a holiday retreat is beckoning. But what about your responsibilities at the office? No worries! We here at the Out of Office blog have some tips to help conquer the frenzy that always arises in the days leading up to that glorious […]

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Football Printables and Party Ideas

It’s game day – Time to grab your friends, pick up your favorite snack foods and gather around the TV to watch some football! Don’t let your party be on the losing team. Create a winning watch party by trying some of these creative ideas to wow your guests. It doesn’t take a lot of time or […]

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Market Online Like A Pro

So your small business has come together nicely. You have a business plan; you’ve got a solid customer base. You’ve chosen the right accounting software, office space, and staff. You’re executing against the plan, but you’ve noticed that incoming customer leads have slowed down from your initial launch timeframe. You realize it’s time to enhance […]

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Six Tips To Make 2015 Your Company’s Best Year Yet

It’s hard to believe, but we’re halfway through the first month of the year. If you haven’t yet done so, it’s time to think about what moves you really need to make to accomplish new goals for your business in 2015. You know that saying, “The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and […]

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Building a Bubbly Brand

Often, entrepreneurs create a business plan based on solving an everyday dilemma. Keith and Patrycia Miller, owners of Bubbly Paws, an upscale dog spa based in Minnesota, are no exception. Soon after their first dog, Roxy, joined the family, Keith and Patrycia learned a lesson all dog owners experience – grooming is no easy task. […]

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