May Digital Edition

Casual Living Digital Edition

Don’t miss the May digital edition of Casual Living and our third installment of the Elements series—Water. Also, contributor Laurie Rudd shares the latest in fashionable fountains and water features. And lastly, designer Libby Langdon shows how adding a little water—fountain, bubble wall or even a peel-and-stick beach scene—can up the ambiance in any showroom. 

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  • Talking Outdoor Trends with Designers Kelli Ellis and Eddie Ross

    Casual dinnerware. The "softness" of outdoor design. Blurring the line from the interior to the exterior. These are just a few of the trends that renowned designers Kelli Ellis and Eddie Ross discuss with Casual Living Editor Waynette Goodson.

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Exterior Design

Exterior Design

See our new publication!  Exterior Design promises to showcase the best, most innovative product design across all key categories of outdoor.  With a unique vision and a focus on fashion, design, luxury and style, it's a must-see magazine for forward-thinking designers and high-end retailers. See the inaugural issue!

BLOGS

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    Outdoor Focus

    Jennifer Bringle

    May 24, 2017

    How to Avoid a Social Media Blunder

    This week, a terror attack rocked Manchester, England, and the collective conscious of the world. As usual when big news breaks, Twitter was abuzz with reports from the scene, speculation about the culprits and no shortage of commentary. While most of that commentary was serious and on-topic, one Twitter user—writer David Leavitt—took the opportunity to make a snarky joke about singer Ariana Grande, whose concert was the scene of the attack. The response from Twitter was swift and merciless. Leavitt was inundated with thousands of replies and re-tweets, ranging from shock to raging vitriol. Leavitt added a couple ...

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    Casual Marketing

    Bridget Driscoll

    May 19, 2017

    How PPC campaigns can boost sales

    In the digital marketing world, you may have heard the acronym PPC. But what the heck does it mean? PPC, or pay-per-click, is a way to buy listings/ad spaces placed within relevant search results. Paid listings will show up on search engine result pages (SERPs). Money goes to the search engines every time someone clicks on a PPC ad. When incorporating PPC into a company’s online marketing budget, each keyword is auctioned, so the company must decide how much of their PPC spending would go toward each keyword they wish to target. The question you should ask yourself ...

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    Learning to BGR8

    Norman Hamilton

    May 15, 2017

    The Art of Networking

        Networking: noun 1. the exchange of information or services among individuals, groups, or institutions 2. the cultivation of productive relationships for employment or business Have you ever gone to a cocktail party and left early because you didn’t know anyone? Ever notice how three to four people will walk into an event/party and not talk to anyone else except the people they came with? Do you have a hard time keeping a conversation going when customers walk into your store? At a furniture market where there are thousands of people and potential new clients, do you only walk ...

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