As we all begin to emerge from this pandemic, you may be thinking new client development is going to look completely different than it did two years ago. Although we may not have as many lunch meetings as we used to, and most of our days are now filled with Zoom meetings, one thing still […]
At the ripe age of six years old, Michelle Wheeler learned about the world of marketing through her mother, Terrie Wheeler, founder of PSM Marketing. Michelle would spend evenings stapling her mother’s proposals, assembling presentation packets, and learning the lingo of marketing for professional services firms. When asked what her mom did for work, young […]
In 2012, 42-year-old Kristy Gusick quit her marketing day job. She had been working in this position for over three years and felt burnt out. She needed to make a change.
Wondering about the ROI of marketing? In this post we are going to focus on how to quantifiably measure your marketing results.
I’ve compiled some LinkedIn best practices for you on how to fully complete your profile, add quality connections, and start engaging!
The purpose of this brief article is to convey PSM LLC’s approach to public and media relations for lawyers and law firms.
The very first thing you need to do is complete your LinkedIn profile. The simple fact is that we live in a virtual society and even if your primary source for new business is from referrals, prospective clients will still Google your name before they contact you. LinkedIn is generally one of the top pages that people will find, so let’s make yours a great profile!
A three part series offering an inside look at the women behind PSM-Marketing, the early days, career perspectives & entrepreneurial challenges. Part one is with Terrie Wheeler, MBC, President and Founder of PSM Marketing, LLC.
Times are changing, and our definition of professionalism is at the forefront of that transformation. This blog post examines the two largest paradigm shifts that working professionals can expect to see in post-pandemic America. any Americans still hold views of professionalism rooted in the patriarchal, sexist, and racially exclusionary tropes of 1950s America.
For more than a decade, there has been a saying in marketing that “content is king.” It is still true but has been elevated to an even higher level. Thanks to the pandemic, content marketing has become the Emperor. And like the fictional Emperor, it needs new clothes. There is a simple reason for this. COVID-19 lockdowns blocked smaller businesses and professional practices from many of the traditional marketing and business development activities that generated new business in the past.