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The marketing clichés you need to stop repeating - iMediaConnection.com
April 12-14, 2015. Minneapolis, Minnesota The lines between online and offline shopping aren't just blurring; they've disappeared altogether
A Guide to Understanding Your New Year's Resolutions
Some estimates say more than 40% of Americans make New Year’s resolutions. Only 8% Achieve them. What are the secrets behind those who succe
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You've developed your brand but how do you get customers and clients to be your brand advocates? By helping them connect to sources that are
Content Marketing Starter Guide | Chuck Sink | LinkedIn
I'm sharing a recent newsletter article as a post because I thought it would be helpful to my network and the greater LinkedIn community. Co
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Thousands of health care providers now utilize Twitter and other social media as a means of communicating and staying in touch. We follow co
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Crass attacks won’t dissuade this young conservative public servant.
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When someone tells me to "Have a nice day," I don't think they mean it. I think they're just saying it as a kind of mundane, almost impolite
Why banner ads are dead and native ads are the future : LaunchBit
Striving to get the right messages to the right people at the right time...
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Two Simple Rules to Booking Yourself Solid - Marketing & Sales
This just in: nice guys (and gals) finish first.