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Casie Gillette
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Just a search marketing girl in a crazy internet world. Love food, SEO, the outdoors, marketing & Boston.
Just a search marketing girl in a crazy internet world. Love food, SEO, the outdoors, marketing & Boston.

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Multichannel marketing means a lot of things to a lot of people. Good breakdown here of challenges, benefits, and future of.

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Love the tip about knowing where your 'more' tag is.

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Woo woo!
#LinkaratiChat Tomorrow @ 1PM EST w/ +Casie Gillette

Don't miss the chat tomorrow where we will discuss "Tips for Managing an SEO Campaign" 
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So...it's gonna be a busy fall for the KoMarketing team! Find us at +Search Marketing Expo (SMX), +Pubcon, +USCommercial Ser, SearchLove, Inbound & more! 

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18 Ways to Build Trust Within Your Online Network by +Derek Edmond

Finding opportunities like these on a regular basis is a simple way you or your company can start building trust and brand online. http://bit.ly/1KQLPa1 #B2B #Marketing  

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Another good post from +Ryan Young on how to drive awareness through content marketing.

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Last night was supposed to be full of thunderstorms and a potential tornado. Instead we got a beautiful evening...perfect for rooftop drinks. Man I love Boston summers.
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Creating a good presentation isn't easy. You need to understand what the story is you are trying to tell your audience and present it in a way that's interesting to them.

I love these tips from +Rand Fishkin who is one of my favorite speakers to watch. He keeps the audience engaged and always presents something that is unique and interesting. 

Even if you don't speak in public, these tips are useful for client presentations or even internal presentations.

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After reading Talk Like Ted I realized that many of the same lessons that apply to public speaking can also apply to client presentations. Result? This blog post.
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