• Across the ages, stories have been passed down to build culture, entertain, educate and inspire. Storytelling started as an oral tradition, evolved to pictures then to writing.

    A memorable story discloses previously unknown information, offers a new perspective on known information or reveals an unforeseen twist or development. Today, many of our stories live online.

    How can you apply storytelling to enrich your community, the lives of those you serve and your approach to business?

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  • Defining your audience is an important step in guiding your overall marketing strategy. If your efforts are designed broadly, they will not likely resonate with anybody in a meaningful way, and most importantly not with the subset of people that are most suited to purchase your offering.

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  • Big Buzz has been recognized in the 2021 Healthiest Employers of Colorado, an awards program created to honor people-first organizations that prioritize the well-being of their employee population. These companies were recognized because of their commitment to workplace wellness and their exceptional health and benefits offerings.

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  • The country’s leading reviews and rating platform for B2B companies, Clutch, has just released its selection for the 2021 top companies awards in the state of Colorado. For the last few years, Colorado has been the favorite destination for tech companies to target for expansion.

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  • Does this sound like your marketing team? Lots of projects and tasks, not much direction. Vague clarity on what’s working and what’s not, but no real evidence of traction. Lots of action, but no time to examine or replicate what’s working best.

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  • Let’s exchange details about our lives for the convenience of quick searches and friendly connections. What’s the harm? Well, some 20 years of internet advancement has led to data breaches, privacy invasion, distorted information and sheer exploitation.

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  • On a recent Tuesday, top news headlines touched on topics like student loan forgiveness and stimulus checks — both ways the government is positioned to help people. By contrast, a 1918 issue of the Ladies’ Home Journal urged readers in the midst of World War I, "Food will win the war! We ... must help" and "Eat more fruit to save the staple foods for the fighters" — all ways folks could help the country's war effort.

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  • Humankind loves stories. We follow oral tradition. We subscribe to spiritual and political beliefs and nonbeliefs. We glom onto dramatic stories that fire our imaginations. Stories give us a sense of belonging, of being wanted and needed and heard. Stories connect us.

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