by | Branding, General, Industry News

Every part of a brand is influenced by its personality. Keep reading to learn more about the different personality types.

by | Branding, General, Industry News, Online Marketing General, Social Media, Web Design

Every brand has a unique personality. What is yours? Take the Brand Personality Quiz to find out!

by | Chicago Online Marketing Events, General, Google, Local Marketing

Having your business on Google Maps is an important step in giving your business a positive reputation.

by | Branding, General, Social Media, Web Design

Deciding to update your brand isn’t always an easy choice to make – or an obvious one – but it’s something all businesses should consider doing from time to time.

by | General, Web Design

At The Loop Marketing, we have been designing websites almost exclusively with WordPress since 2010.  Since it’s an open-source engine, concerns frequently arise about the overall security of WordPress sites […]

by | General, Online Marketing General

Getting your story noticed by the media isn’t always easy. Not only does it have to be newsworthy and timely, but you also need to know who to pitch, more importantly, how to pitch them effectively.

by | General, Social Media

With over 90% of its 1 billion users following at least one brand, Instagram is uniquely positioned to take your digital marketing to the next level. Any business, small or large, can market on Instagram – but that doesn’t mean every company should.

by | Content Marketing, Google, Industry News, Online Marketing General

If you’re struggling to find topics or create content that connects with your audience, turning to Google Question Hub might be a solution to consider.

by | General, Local Marketing, Online Marketing General, Social Media

Utilizing TikTok in your marketing efforts isn’t always the right fit, especially when discussing organic marketing efforts rather than paid ads.

by | General, Industry News, Social Media

People from all walks of life are using Clubhouse to engage in discussions for an average of 11 to 22 hours every week. Here’s what to know about the fast-growing app.