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Podcasting for Manufacturers

A podcast is a digital audio file made available for downloading to a computer or mobile device. Podcasts are typically available as a series and new installments can be received by subscribers automatically. The term podcast is a combination of iPod and Broadcast.

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Uncovering Money Leaks for Manufacturers

What are money leaks and how are they affecting the profitability of your operation?

Money leaks are small ways that business expenditures are wasted. These leaks cause unnecessary profit loss and require an organization to generate more revenue to compensate. In a recent chat for USA Manufacturing Hour on Twitter, host Adam Baker from Schooley Mitchell in Pennsylvania led a discussion about ways to eliminate money leaks and increase profitability.

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Customer Journey Mapping: How To Orchestrate An Amazing Customer Experience

Customer Journey Mapping is an ongoing process of mapping the steps a customer goes through in their interaction with a company. This process creates a visualization that looks like a map and includes the needs of a customer throughout the entire process with the hope of improving customer experience. In a recent Twitter chat for USA Manufacturing Hour, participants discussed this very topic, led by host, Nicole Donnelly of Donnelly Marketing Group in Virginia.

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Packaging and Sustainability

Even before the big focus on the environment, it was common for the packaging industry to get a bad rap. Using non-recyclable materials, using too many materials or using single use plastics all have a negative effect on the environment and presented the packaging industry in an unflattering light.

Packaging is so prevalent in everyday life in today’s world that it has put the focus on sustainable packaging. But what makes packaging sustainable? In a recent chat for USA Manufacturing Hour on Twitter, Nathan Dube of Industrial Packaging in Massachussetts led a discussion about sustainable packaging.

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How PR Can Support Business Objectives

Can Public Relations support business objectives? That is the question that was answered in a recent chat for USA Manufacturing Hour on Twitter. Host, Dana Engelbert, a freelance PR and content developer focused on small- to medium-sized businesses led a discussion about how PR can not only support but also enhance business objectives.

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Overcoming Hiring Challenges

It’s a tough time for hiring and retaining employees. So many factors contribute to this but at the end of the day, positions need to be filled and it has been a struggle for a lot of employers to keep up with turnover and an ever present need to find the right candidates. In a recent Twitter chat for USA Manufacturing Hour, participants discussed this very topic, led by host, Tami Matthews and Ruth Johnson from Lane Supply in Colorado.

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How to Shift Your Business When Surprises Happen

Surprises happen. They happen in business and they happen in life. The ability to pivot and shift quickly when the unexpected occurs is an important skill. What are some of the best ways to shift past surprises when they happen? Kirsten Austin of DCSC Inc in Missouri led a discussion for USA Manufacturing Hour on Twitter, discussing this very topic.

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Buyer Personas

Buyer personas are a very important part of understanding the ideal customer for a business. According to Nigel Packer from PelaTis Online in Wales, United Kingdom, there are important and specific ways to create buyer personas and understanding how buyer personas impact sales can help create positive results in a business. Packer hosted a recent chat for USA Manufacturing Hour on Twitter and shared some insights with participants about the benefits and impact buyer personas can have on a business.

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How First-Mile Inefficiencies Cause Last-Mile Problems for Manufacturers

To say the world is experiencing supply chain challenges is a vast understatement. From shortages to delays, the world is struggling on all sides of the supply chain. Is there any way to create a positive impact? According to Sarah Scudder from Source Day in Texas, creating efficiencies at the start of the supply chain can help with problems that can occur at the end of it for manufacturers. She was the host of a recent chat for USA Manufacturing Hour on Twitter and shared some insights with participants.

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Company Culture that Works for You

The culture of a company is an important part of who the company is and what they stand for. Generally a company’s culture develops over time from the traits of the people who work within an organization. How can company culture impact a business? In this chat for USA Manufacturing Hour on Twitter, Kelley Plats from North American Coating Laboratories in Ohio led a discussion about the impact of company culture on an organization.   

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