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(A reprint from a recent Forbes.com interview by Serenity Gibbons with Winnie Hart)

Kick Off Your 2018 Plan

by TwinEngine on Dec 11, 2017 12:31:55 PM

Kick-Off Your Planning for 2018


  • Define what makes you truly distinct to stand out from the competition
  • Target ideal leads and understand motivation to purchase
  • Build brand awareness and strengthen relationships
  • Uncover new...

Your words come together to write your brand’s story. Do you need a microphone to be heard or is your brand story speaking loud and clear on its own?

Do you know your ideal lead?

by TwinEngine on Jul 26, 2017 8:58:27 AM

Your ideal lead is a prospect who fits your defined customer profile and is interested in what you have to offer. This person sees value in using your product or service and can appreciate the differences that your product...

How do you stand out?

by TwinEngine on Jun 20, 2017 4:05:46 PM

What is it that makes your company unique? How do you stand out against the competition? Why should customers choose your company over others?

The Truth is Fact , Good or Bad

by TwinEngine on Apr 25, 2017 10:30:00 AM

Trust has become a commodity that people not only expect from the companies they work with, but demand to know if they can trust the people behind those companies. Everything from our influence, social following, work...

What is Your Reputation Score?

by TwinEngine on Apr 18, 2017 10:30:00 AM

Just as we now have credit scores, in the near future this score will transform into a reputation score, not just the companies we own or work for, but us as leaders and as people.

 The reputation of your company and your brand are as important as your personal reputation, and a lot of times are rooted in the culture of your company. We hear all the time that a leader’s reputation is different than...

People’s perception of you is their reality. Everything you do or say in life directly contributes to people’s perception of you: who you are as a person and as a leader. Here’s the challenge, people don't always know the...