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Meet Female Founder: Rebecca Borough

Meet Female Founder: Rebecca Borough

 Knitting Together a Bright Future with Rebecca Borough By Adewole Williams We’re wrapping up our weekly features of boss ladies for women’s history month with the woman responsible for bringing you engaging, educational, and useful content; none other than Knit Marketing founder Rebecca Borough! Rebecca has worked tirelessly to be a resource, and beacon of hope to other entrepreneurs, and startups by sharing her knowledge and bringing like-minds together to engage in conversation and be a catalyst for the next big idea. After college, Rebecca worked as a platinum event coordinator with Exquisite Events. She loved seeing how all the details came together to complete a grand vision. Soon, however, she wanted to see how the other side lived; the […]

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10 Things We Learned at the Get Stuff Done Conference

10 Things We Learned at the Get Stuff Done Conference

Intro: On December 9, 2017, we invited guests to join us at our first Get Stuff Done Digital Marketing Strategy Conference in Downtown Los Angeles. We heard from guest speakers all about Brand Storyline, Podcasts, Instagram Stories, Chatbots, YouTube, and Webinars. Guests were given a workbook to help guide their learning throughout the day, and were able to have in-depth discussions with the speakers and fellow attendees. We’ll be publishing a lot more about the conference in the coming weeks, but we wanted to give you a glimpse of what we learned at the conference. 10 Things We Learned at the Get Stuff Done Conference By #TeamKnit 1. We were given really useful tips on how to get a podcast started by […]

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Now Introducing #MiniKnit – Digital Marketing Consulting Services

Now Introducing #MiniKnit - Digital Marketing Consulting Services

Now Introducing #MiniKnit – Digital Marketing Consulting Services At Knit, we talk to many small business owners and entrepreneurs who are in a grey area of deciding whether to outsource their digital marketing efforts or keep them in-house. This can be a tough decision to make based on time available, skill level, budget, and more than anything – the interest to do the work. For small teams with small budgets, we generally recommend keeping things in-house. This helps the startup define and develop their voice, test what works and doesn’t work, and have more of a direct relationship with their customers. For those teams, we’ve developed #MiniKnit – which is everything we do for our monthly clients, but in a […]

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