Signs.com Weekly Recap: April 2 – 6

 

The Signs.com Weekly Recap

Happy Easter! Hopefully this weekend is filled with family, Easter Egg hunts and a little Masters watching. While you are relaxing take a look at some of our top stories from the week.

In the News

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce looking to educate SMBs about signage: http://www.uschambersmallbusinessnation.com/toolkits/guide/P03_7035

Really cool collection of sign pictures: http://webdesignledger.com/inspiration/inspiration-type-colors-textures-from-signs

The 10 Commandments . . . of outdoor advertising: http://www.thehangline.com/articles/the-10-commandments-of-outdoor-advertising/

Woman get’s into trouble of lost dog signs: http://www.abc6onyourside.com/shared/newsroom/top_stories/videos/wsyx_vid_16836.shtml

Infographic –  How color affects purchases: http://blog.kissmetrics.com/color-psychology/

On Signs.com

Attending a Trade Show: Planning Ahead
Attending a Trade Show: Walking the Show
The Yale Study That Wasn’t
Most Persuasive Words in the English Language . . . Maybe
Harper Grey: What did you say?
What We Learned From The First Trip To The North Pole

Nelson James

Nelson James is the chief operating officer of Signs.com and is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the company. Prior to joining the Signs.com team, Nelson was the president and co-founder of SEO.com. For over 6 years he helped to grow the company from 2 to over 85 employees. Nelson managed many large accounts during his tenure at SEO.com, including Dell.com. In early 2011, Nelson was recruited to Lendio Inc., where he was VP of marketing and was responsible for the creation and management of a marketing team as well as the strategy, tactics and programs to create interest and demand for Lendio’s products and services. Prior to his work experience, Nelson graduated Cum Laude from Brigham Young University in marketing and advertising from the communications department. Nelson lives in Lehi, Utah with his wife and three children. He currently holds leadership positions in scouting and volunteers in his church and community.