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Brandon Hassler
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Meerkat has been such a fun network to watch. It's crazy to the see the roller coaster they went on.
 
Meerkat is dying - and its death is a great example that PR is insanely powerful - http://seer.is/19EUMlW 
About three days after it received a lavish new funding round, Meerkat died an ugly and embarrassing death. It is hard to decide whether the Great Meerkat Debacle that has unfolded over the past we...
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Had fun doing this interview with +Brandon Doyle, check it out!
 
Our very own +Brandon Hassler had the chance to chat with +Beehive Startups about life lessons, entrepreneurship, and of course Market Campus. Check out the full interview below!
That's when the idea hit to start a program where people with little to no experience could get some solid training to become a strong digital marketer.
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"There is no substitute for honest hard work. You have to earn the privilege of building a “personal brand”, and the only way to do that is to actually execute."
For the first decade of my professional career, I kept my damn mouth shut.
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Anybody else notice that Google is displaying data on recent search result visits? 
#SEO   #Search   #Google  
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It exists since 2 years. Maybe more.
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The last four and a half months have been the greatest months of my life. I'm fortunate enough to wake up everyday doing what I absolutely love: inspiring the next generation of marketers. I've been able to meet some pretty amazing people who are going to accomplish some great things in this world. Super grateful for all those (especially my wife) who have supported +Market Campus and am excited for the future of this program!
#Marketing   #Education   #FeelingBlessed  
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The people that take your course will appreciate that your knowledgeable and approachable. Your a good teacher with a good sense of humor. All those are important qualities to possess for a good teacher.
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+Market Campus was just featured on  KSL again. Check it out and share the love!
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An absolute must watch presentation from +Rand Fishkin at the recent MozTalks. There is a TON of valuable digital marketing insight in his video. 
#SEO   #Marketing   #GoalSetting  
These videos are from the second in our series of free presentations at the Mozplex called MozTalks. For those who couldn't attend the last one with Rand and Dr. Pete (or those who'd like to see them again!), we've got you covered. Enjoy, and we hope that you're able to make the next MozTalk!
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This is why I love working from home. #GoogleFiber #Provo 
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The course dates for Spring 2015 are here! Check out the dates below and apply soon to get our introductory tuition cost! 
#seo   #digitalmarketing   #utah  
Save $500 On Tuition. If you apply for Market Campus by February 15th, 2015 you'll still be able to get our introductory tuition cost of $2300. That's $500 off your tuition! Winter Course #1. -FULL-. 9 Weeks. January 5th – March 11th; Monday 6:30-9:30pm; Wednesday 6:30-9:30pm ...
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Holy smokes! Our January courses are just about full! We still have some seats open so hurry and apply this week! Market Campus has quickly become Utah's go-to place for the best digital marketing training. Apply below!
#SEO   #Marketing   #Education  
January 5th – March 11th; Monday 6:30-9:30pm; Wednesday 6:30-9:30pm; No class on MLK Day & Presidents Day. Winter Session #2. $2300. 9 Weeks. January 6th – March 5th; Tuesday 6:30-9:30pm; Thursday 6:30-9:30pm. Click Here To Submit Your Application. © 2014 Market Campus. All Rights Reserved.
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Everybody Should Learn To Market Online

The following article was written by +Brandon Hassler and discusses how digital marketing is one of the most valuable skills you can learn in today's world, regardless of whether or not you want to be a full-time marketer.
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Through Market Campus I've been really fortunate to meet a lot of amazing people over these past few months. From hopeful entrepreneurs who just launched their business, to young passionate students looking to make a serious dent in the digital marketing industry. Among many of these people I've ...
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  • Market Campus
    Founder, 2014 - present
  • Provo Buzz
    Founder, 2012 - present
  • 97th Floor
    Lead Enterprise Digital Marketer, 2012 - present
  • DP Cheesesteaks
    Online Marketing Strategist, 2009 - present
  • DP Cheesesteaks
    General Manager/Profit Share, 2009 - 2012
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Founder of Market Campus
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Founder of Market Campus, Lead Enterprise Digital Marketer for 97th Floor and Founder of Provo Buzz. I love to post about the latest tech news, entrepreneurship, and various digital marketing strategies.
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  • Utah Valley University
  • Timpview High School
The line was long but worth the wait. Probably waited for about 20-30 minutes until we ordered. It is located in Madison Square park which makes for a pleasant atmosphere while enjoying your meal. It's a park where the shade protects you from the sun and it's a nice break from the big city while still being in it. The patties are a little greasy resting on a soft roll-like bun that makes for a great taste. While the shake was good, it didn't blow me away like I thought it would. It also wasn't as "concrete" as it sounds. The shake was still really runny when I got it. You'll have better luck going to Dairy Queen to get a solid thick shake. Regardless, the fries, burgers and shakes all tasted great and made for a delicious meal and a great experience. This place is a must go if you are in NYC. They also have a "B-Line" with is a short line for people who just want a drink or shake/custard.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
My first stab at Serendipity 3 was in Las Vegas and I got a frozen hot chocolate that didn't disappoint. The NYC location, while still on the pricey end of the scale, was a few bucks cheaper than the Las Vegas menu which is a plus. The food was fantastic and came in a fulfilling size. The service was super friendly and the atmosphere is in a small cafe-like space which was really cozy. I would certainly recommend going at least once if you have never been.
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reviewed a year ago
Most of your money goes to upkeep their fancy lobby. Aside from that I don't think it is worth the price. Granted it is just minutes away from the center of Times Square and Rockefeller Plaza, so it is a great location. The walls are super thin so you can hear every car horn and siren that comes by so don't plan on sleeping in. They also make you go down to the lobby to get free wifi and charge $15 a day for in-room wifi whereas other nearby hotels offer free in-room wifi. Being there for business, I really would've liked to enjoy getting work done from the comfort of my room rather than going down to the lobby. That said, it was a decent hotel for the location.
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reviewed a year ago
South Point really is a hidden gem in Las Vegas. When you leave the hotels off the strip you generally get a depressing and quiet feel, but not at South Point. The rooms in the hotel are just as nice (and in many cases nicer) than those found on the strip. The main floor/casino is always a fun atmosphere which really gives you that Vegas experience. The rooms are spectacular and for half the price you pay on the strip. My only suggestion is they offer some spa suites for couples. Currently the only suites with spas have multiple rooms which I don't care to pay for. Highly recommend this place to everyone!
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Quality: ExcellentFacilities: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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This was my first stab an "New York Pizza" and it didn't disappoint. Being just steps away from the heart of Times Square, I expected outrageous pricing and the pizza ended up being reasonably priced considering its location. The service was rushed and fast paced and the pizza was good. Did it blow my mind? No. Was it bad? No. Would I go back? Probably not, as I've had better pizza elsewhere.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
The Monte Carlo has THE BEST Spa Suite for the money. If you are a couple looking for a relaxing and romantic getaway, drop the extra money and upgrade to a spa suite. The spa is built to comfortably seat two people and stretch out. The view they have of the new City Center is amazing. Grab a couple drinks and live the Vegas experience right from your hotel room.
Quality: ExcellentFacilities: ExcellentService: Very Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Nobody does it better than Frank. He runs the cleanest shop I've ever seen and does a superb job every time. He's one mechanic that you can actually trust. If he doesn't think it's worth your money to fix, he'll tell you. He's extremely affordable and has generally has the job done in less than a day. It doesn't matter what city you live in, don't risk getting screwed by other mechanics and make the trip to Franks.
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reviewed 2 years ago