Why is speed important? Let’s get this out of the way: having your web pages load quickly is probably the …:
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2022 Marketing Tactics in Higher Education: A Comparative Study
In the midst of our everyday work, collaborating on exceptional projects with client-partners nationwide, Yes& | Lipman Hearne stays attuned …
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Happy Children’s Book Week!.
In Bruce Eric Kaplan’s marvelous, all-too-true picture book, You Have to Read This Book, a father bear desperately tries to …:
Your campaign’s public phase: the pre-pre-pre-public phase of your next campaign.
If you’re raising funds on behalf of one of the many organizations rounding the corner into the public phase of …:
Civic responsibility and our client partners.
There’s no question that our civic fabric is in need of major repair. Survey after survey finds that Americans have …:
“Frankenstein” was never really a monster — 5 tips to get the most out of à la carte feedback.
As creatives, we’ve all been there—that moment when a client loves every concept and wants to merge the best parts …:
How to Build a Philanthropic Strategy that Protects Against the Variability of the Economy.
As you’ve probably seen in the Chronicle of Philanthropy or in coverage of 2022’s Giving Tuesday, the recent philanthropic environment …:
Big Takeaways and Even Bigger News.
Traveling from Chicago to National Harbor, Lipman Hearners Alexia Koelling and Kirsten Fedderke packed bags containing more than just a …:
The Marketing Equivalent of “What Ails?”.
We’re big believers in brand workshops—getting communicators and other brand ambassadors together in a room (or on Zoom) and walking …:
Countdown to Giving Day 2022.
Whether you plan to participate in Giving Tuesday on November 29th or choose a different day in what’s left of …: