Author: ETMG

Three Ways to Improve Your PowerPoint

Sometimes, presenters overload slides with too much text. They forget about the built-in visual features that PowerPoint offers to improve design and flow. While both content and design need to capture and keep your audience’s attention, we’d like to highlight a few of PowerPoint’s great visual design features. Used the right way, these visuals can […]

Marketing to Gen Z: Keep It Brief, Tech-Savvy and Real

They’re hard-working, focused and fiscally responsible. They’re also independent, tech-savvy and entrepreneurial. Their social media habits are similar to those of Millennials, the generation before them, but they frequent different sites and care more about their privacy. They tend to be socially conscious, and they want the brands they choose to be the same. Meet […]

Case Study or White Paper? Do Both If You Can!

Marketing folks are starting to put budgets together for the upcoming quarter and they may be asking themselves which sales tools to focus on moving forward. Case studies and white papers can both contribute significant value within a sales cycle so let’s take a look at the benefits of each. White papers: The overall value: […]

Editing and Layout: 4 Ground Rules for Better Documents

A piece of writing isn’t finished until it’s been edited and laid out, in that order. We know that now, but it wasn’t always so. In the Beginning: Layout and Corrections The earliest documents were copied by monks, word by word, thousands of times over centuries. Their own handwriting doubled as both layout and print. […]

The Power of EQ: How Emotional Intelligence Can Strengthen Your Marketing

When it comes to your typical marketing meeting, it’s not unusual for people to look to the smartest person in the room to set the direction and tone of their campaigns. But while high intelligence, or IQ, can certainly be an asset in marketing, high emotional intelligence, or EQ, can be even more valuable. What […]