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Our best posts of 2018

Our best posts of 2018

We’re reflecting on what we did in 2018, and later this week we’ll be planning out 2019. As part of our reflections, we’re looking at what we did well in 2018. One of the things we are most proud of is our blog posts, this year we’ve been...
Manage Comics Featured in London Inc

Manage Comics Featured in London Inc

We were recently interviewed by Sean Meyer for an article in the December / January London Inc. Magazine.  In the article we talked about how our online comics subscription management tool for comic stores, Manage Comics helps stores improve their customer service and...
The secret to sales? Stop selling

The secret to sales? Stop selling

The definition of LOW KEY is “Not elaborate, showy, or intensive; modest or restrained.” The definition of SALES is “The exchange of a commodity for money; the action of selling something.” What happens if you combine the two? People think...
What Your Website Says About Your Business

What Your Website Says About Your Business

Over the summer we completely overhauled our Manage Comics website, while doing that we put a lot of thought into what the site says about who we are. As an internet marketing company, our website is incredibly important. We need to clearly state what we do, how we do...
How Mature is Your Marketing?

How Mature is Your Marketing?

Three years ago Craig and I sat down and created a download called “The Kickstart Guide to Marketing using Science, Not Magic”, it was basically my bootcamp into the world of marketing. I had always considered myself a “marketing minded...
Meet the All New NorthIQ Team

Meet the All New NorthIQ Team

When NorthIQ started in August 2015, it was just one man with a mission, to make the web a better place. I started out with one client, All New Comics, and a plan to build out Manage Comics. Very quickly I found that people wanted to talk about bigger projects, and in...
The Importance of Tea and Cookies

The Importance of Tea and Cookies

Ryan McFadden of Revival Renovations told me about the “Tea and Cookies Meeting” a while ago. Most business these days can be done by email and phone. In the renovation business you need to see the space, get measurements and make some choices. Then...