Doughbar Secures $300,000 Investment from The Sharks

We think it goes without saying that going on Shark Tank is the Holy Grail for hungry entrepreneurs. We've always loved Shark Tank, but when we started our business, we embraced it even more knowing what it could do for our family/company. Listening to the stories of entrepreneurs “like us” felt therapeutic. While we felt as though we took the advice the Sharks gave to others to heart and dreamt what it would be like to have such incredibly successful mentors, we never thought it would be possible. But when we found out Shark Tank was auditioning in our city, we felt we had no excuse but to try! 

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2 Ways Apple Just Changed the Way You'll Market Online

For hardcore Mac users like me, the anticipation of a new update to our iOS devices and operating systems is the 'adulting' version of Christmas Eve as a child. Today, designers, photographers, developers, and marketers wait anxiously around the soft glow of their Apple logos. Thoughts of new UI, and UX, and desktop wallpapers dancing in their heads, filling the void from when we found out Santa wasn't real, but Tim Cook is...he may be a robot, TBD.

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Strictly Local Talks Digital Marketing with Pine & Bars Co.

This edgy, fun one hour show will bounce around the Granite state looking for the best food, music and beer with local Nashville songwriter, avid cook and amateur home brewer Dusty Gray.

Strictly local will dive into the New Hampshire scene interviewing special guests from local establishments keeping you up to date on what is going on in the local area.

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The Airbnb Generation

Welcome Home. The words that, over the last year, greeted guests to Airbnb. Innocuous and charming. Small town language for a big world vision: to let people feel a part of a culture by placing them at the sacred heart — the home.

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Why Snapchat Will be Great for B2B Companies

They don’t see that these platforms start off young, start off consumer based, start in a niche, and then go mainstream. It baffles me that people don’t understand that when an app hits 100 million active users, it’s gone mainstream. And what does that mean? It means that the platform can start to mature and start getting deeper into the business world. That’s because once you have the attention of the 35 to 65 year old world, you now have the potential to cross over into the B2B world.

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Side Project Marketing is the New King

Blogging is an interesting journey. At the beginning, hitting the publish button seems to be the most difficult step. Once you are finally over it, you are likely to struggle with the next hurdle: hitting that publish button on a consistent basis.

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