May 2011 Newsletter – Creative Thought Matters

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May 2011 Newsletter – Creative Thought Matters

Message from the Alchemist

Some days we just wonder, how does it all work? We know it does – we see the results! By integrating each marketing element into a complex formula for success, the result goes far beyond what each element individually could accomplish.

Still, with all the balls we’re juggling for ourselves and our clients, it’s important to keep the big goals in mind. That’s when we reassure ourselves that every cog in our branding and marketing machine works smoothly. But in stepping back, we also see what’s squeaking.

What we offer our clients is the foundation of how it works for Hamptons Creative Group. Last month, many companies looked to us for help focusing their own marketing efforts. We put them back on the road to success. It’s not too late for you, either. 

Heard Around the Cooler

Visit the Hamptons Water Cooler and share your success stories.

The Hamptons Water Cooler has a streamlined navigation bar and a new banner to help us welcome the warmer months ahead. There’s no reason networking can’t also be fun!

Are you checking the events calendar and posting your own events? How about your blog, photos, and videos? The Hamptons Water Cooler is the place to do it all!

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Beach Booty: Tips from Hamptons Creative Group

Building a successful marketing and branding effort is a marathon, not a sprint. 

Reach the finish line by developing great habits for success.

So how do you stay on track? Develop ongoing habits that will keep you moving forward one day at a time, while always keeping an eye on the big picture. Habits like providing an excellent service or product everyday get you noticed. Then your customers will trust you with more business.Need help figuring out how it all works together for your business? Let Hamptons Creative Group help you put together the pieces of your marketing machine and launch your brand success.


Success Stories

What do you do if you’re an author with a new book to promote? You turn to Hamptons Creative Group to create your success story. Author Robert Lovett came to us with his unpublished novel, Fallen Flower Child: A 60’s Mystery of Passion & MurderHe had no avenue for the book to be reviewed or sent out into the world in this day of Facebook and Twitter.

Kindle and other e-readers are important for authors to consider.


Drawing on our previous publishing experience, we handled everything from editing to cover design to getting reader feedback and reviews. Now we’re spreading the word via traditional media and social media. Lovett’s electronic-only book will be available for Kindle and other e-readers soon. Even better? All our steps from A to Z are eco-friendly, and not one tree was sacrificed to bring this effort to fruition – an example of how it all works for the author, the reader and the environment.

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On the Horizon

May marks the one year anniversary of the Hamptons Creative Group website! We’re transforming several aspects of the site which will go live soon. As we’ve kept an eye on how it all works there, we encourage our clients to examine how each piece of their marketing machine is working together to accomplish the big goals.

What are your goals? Start with the Goal Focus Sheet to gain some clarity.

So, what’s on your horizon? Let us know your challenges and we’ll help you make the changes toward your own success story.
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Announcements

Solopreneur Solutions can be found at http://www.infinitepossibilitiescoaching.comDid you get a chance to hear Linda Miller on BlogTalkRadio’s popular show “Solo Talk” last week? If you missed it, you can listen to the entire show here. “Solo Talk” host Donna Amos is also the founder of Solopreneur Solutions Magazine, and thanks to her generosity, Hamptons Creative Group will gain exposure to a circulation of more than 7,200!
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Hamptons Creative Group Blog

Were you inspired into collaborating to spark your creativity in April? Did Gaille Burchill’s guest blog give you an “a ha” moment? It did if you follow our blog, Word of Mouth. Each week, we invite you to join the conversation and collaborate with us, talking about the things, people, places and happenings that get our creative juices flowing. Are you connected?
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