Published by: Rebekah Moon | Published on: 07 Oct, 2019
Even if what you do or sell has nothing to do with Christmas, people often turn to the internet or online solutions during the holiday season. Plus, if you run a business that helps people prepare for the holidays you want your website ready.
Published by: Rebekah Moon | Published on: 23 Sep, 2019
The fall and early winter are a treasure trove of holidays. It seems like we go from one to the next. That's why it's incredibly important to make sure you're using these momentous occasions in your marketing.
Published by: Jennifer Hetzel | Published on: 12 Sep, 2019
Killeen, Texas ranked 5th in U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Places to Live in Texas” study. Factors such as local job market, affordability, average commute time and desirability were used to rank cities in the Lone Star State.
Published by: Rebekah Moon | Published on: 03 Sep, 2019
Weather is an ideal social media engager. In this article, we have eight examples of how your business can use the topic of weather to bolster sales and engage your audience. Sound a little boring to you? You’ll be surprised by the number of shares.
Published by: Deirdre Kirk | Published on: 25 Jul, 2019
Historic downtown of Killeen houses a history that stretches back 137 years ago to 1882 when the Santa Fe Railroad company decided to build track through the area. In 1942 Fort Hood established itself, taking the 780 residents to a population of...
Published by: Rebekah Moon | Published on: 25 Jul, 2019
Full disclosure: I’m a freelancer. I’ve been a part of the gig economy for going on seven years now. I’ve learned a lot in my time working on my own and I wanted to share some insights about the process of getting the best work out of your freelance.
Published by: Brian O'Connor | Published on: 12 Jul, 2019
This article is a continuation on Innovation Districts and how they might be used to shape the Killeen economy. As previously mentioned, studying the actions of other communities often provides cost-saving models to increase local competitiveness...