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Christoph Sisson

Christoph Sisson
Christoph is a marketing and customer-experience practitioner who is committed to understanding customer needs and business objectives. As marketing manager for Walsworth, Christoph enjoys informing customers about solutions that can improve their success.

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Why Walsworth’s G7 Certification is Good for You

You may have noticed from our website that Walsworth is a certified G7 Master Printer and wondered, “What’s that? And why does it matter to me?”

What is G7?
G7 is a color calibration method developed by IDEAlliance that allows printers to reliably repeat color quality across the gamut of printing devices and substrates. The “G” stands for the gray balance required to achieve the standard, and the “7” stands for the seven ISO colors, CMYK and RGB.

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Key Components of a Winning Strategic Plan

If your professional experience is anything like mine, you probably find yourself spending more time on daily issues than you would like. And this pattern probably prevents you from doing the long-term planning that would make your job easier in the future.

Organizations often experience this potentially crippling dynamic as well. With so many people focused on putting out the “fires” of the day, it can be difficult to dedicate the time and resources necessary to plan for the long-term and develop strategic direction for the organization. Unfortunately, without a winning strategic plan to guide it, any organization is likely to flounder in the wake of quickly shifting priorities.

So, what is an organization to do?

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Why Instagram May Be Instagreat for Your Business

You’re probably already aware that Instagram is a place to post and view images. What may not be as clear is how using Instagram can benefit your business.

Similar to points made in our How to Make Pinterest Work for Your Business post, Instagram is best for ideas that can be communicated visually, whether with still images or videos. And, let’s face it, for all the time we spend online, we typically spend most time on websites that are visually compelling. So Instagram can be a great way to increase your audience engagement and expand your audience reach.

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How to Make Pinterest Work for Your Business

Since its launch a little over three years ago, Pinterest’s subscriber base has grown to 70 million users. So it’s no surprise that businesses are using Pinterest as a marketing tool.

Since Pinterest is a visual medium, understanding how to get the most with Pinterest to help market your products is a cinch if you’re a retailer selling goods to consumers. Items from your inventory simply become your “pins.”

But if your organization is in the services or business-to-business space, using Pinterest as a marketing tool may not seem like a natural fit at first glance. The key to success, however, is just to think “visual.”

Here are a few ways your company can take advantage of the marketing opportunities Pinterest offers, even if you’re not in the retail space:

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Four Advantages of Using LinkedIn

If you’re even a little familiar with LinkedIn, the first thing you probably think of when you hear the name of this popular social site is “recruiting,” or maybe “networking.” And, yes, it’s true.

The site did start out with a primary aim of linking employers with potential employees, providing a place for individuals to post resumes and offer referrals and for employers to post current job openings.

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