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‘Tis the season for shopping, giving in Southwest Florida

November 21st, 2022|Categories: Blogging|Tags: , , , , |

Thanksgiving officially kicks off the holiday shopping and giving seasons. In Southwest Florida, that may have a different look in 2022 because of Hurricane Ian. However, celebrating the holidays with family marks an important return [...]

30 Reasons to be Thankful in our 30th Anniversary Year

November 21st, 2022|Categories: Blogging|Tags: , , |

As Priority Marketing celebrates its 30th anniversary, we want to highlight the many things we are thankful for at this time. Although Hurricane Ian created a multitude of challenges and heart-breaking moments across our community [...]

Event management tips to transform fundraisers from blah to ahhh

July 27th, 2022|Categories: Blogging|Tags: , , |

At the core of every successful fundraising event is a successful event team. Event management includes all aspects of planning, logistics, creative and execution, all within the allotted budget.  Nonprofit organizations rely on these events [...]

7 steps to conduct a social media audit

June 30th, 2022|Categories: Blogging|Tags: , , |

All businesses, large or small, should have a social media presence. Using social media to reach your goals, however, requires a strategy.  A comprehensive social media audit is the best way to establish a foundation. [...]

Client winners: Best of the Gulfshore 2022

June 2nd, 2022|Categories: Blogging|Tags: , , , |

Gulfshore Life’s annual “Best of the Gulfshore” readers’ choice awards honor Southwest Florida’s favorite people, places and things.  Online, write-in ballots survey public opinion to name the top businesses in numerous categories, including arts, entertainment, [...]

Summer marketing strategies to ignite business

April 27th, 2022|Categories: Blogging|Tags: , , , |

Summer business in Southwest Florida was once a misnomer. That’s because there wasn’t much summer business.  In fact, some small businesses would close for several weeks or operate at reduced hours. There simply weren’t enough [...]

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