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50 years ago today Ali floors Liston, and one of the most iconic sports images ever is captured.
 
Makes a nice billboard +adidas​
“May 25th, 1965: #MuhammadAli defended his heavyweight championship for the first time in a rematch with #SonnyListon. The bout lasted 2:12 minutes before…”
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Tends to happen on holidays.
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This looks more like a post for Thanksgiving! Good Luck Charlie Brown, let's see if Snoopy can be talked into one!!!! 
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Enterprise Mobility should be all about the end user

"The IT industry needs to step up and present them with applications that reflect their workflow at a holistic level, rather than presenting them with a plethora of unrelated apps. Solutions must be robust and not coverage dependent. Likewise, integration to systems of record must serve as part of the story, not the dominant theme."

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The enterprise mobility market isn’t getting easier for CIOs.
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The KFC "Tray Typer" syncs with your smartphone via bluetooth to let you type with greasy fingers.


It's a first world solution to a first world problem: a super-thin, rechargeable Bluetooth keyboard that arrives with your tray of fast food, connects to your smartphone, and lets you text with...
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Summer Food Festivals Lean on Digital Marketing to Boost Expansion

Social and other digital media are great tools for increasing awareness, attendance, participation, and word-of-mouth advertising for events.
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Infographic: How the (Real) Clients From Mad Men Are Doing on Twitter Now

Only a handful of clients in the show were fictional. Most were real, many are still around today, and some are interacting with consumers on Twitter.

Interesting to see how they advertised during the time of the show vs. how they use today's technology to reach customers.

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A little humor at the expense of marketers to start your morning
Do you feel manipulated by advertising? Don’t worry, Michael Spicer is here to drop another truth bomb on the murky world of marketing.
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Top 5 Reasons for Marketers to Understand Intellectual Property Law

Marketers spend their days developing branding, logos, slogans, and copy for their clients, and those ideas often result in valuable intellectual property (IP).
Marketers are unaware of most of the intellectual property involved in their business.
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Why No One Uses Your Enterprise Mobile App

It may not be obvious at first thought, but application design and usability belong at the forefront of any enterprise mobility strategy. It's not good enough to just replicate an ERP module on a mobile screen.
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Well +Sean Grace​ thank you very much for blazing the way! ☺
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B.B. King's Warmth, Talent and Laid-Back Charm Made Him the Perfect Ad Star

A look back at the Beale Street Blues Boy's contributions to advertising over the years. 
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Media Companies Take It on the Chin, Donating Ad Space for Red Nose Day

Great example of many companies collaborating for a cause marketing initiative.

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Google Enables Transactional Search to Place Orders

If you thought that ordering delivery couldn't get any easier, Google might convince you otherwise thanks to a new feature that gives mobile users the ability to order food directly from its search results.
If you thought that ordering delivery couldn't get any easier, Google might convince you otherwise thanks to a new feature that gives mobile users the ability to order food directly from its search results.
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  • University of Cincinnati
    MS-Marketing, 2006 - 2009
  • University of Cincinnati
    BA- Business Economics, 2001 - 2005
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Marketing Pro - Brand Strategy, PR, Digital, & Social
Introduction
Looking for help with your marketing? I love building and executing strategies that leverage online and offline resources to increase sales and develop strong customer advocates. 

I provide a comprehensive set of consulting services, which include content creation, social media management, Google/Google+ training, copywriting, SEO, database management, and email marketing. I'd love to help you reach your business goals. My email address is sean.grace52@gmail.com. Give me a shout!

About me: I have many interests, and more are added as I explore my networks and the world around me. There are not enough hours in the day to fully engage every one of them. But, I try. 

I love Marketing, Comedy, and Genuine People. Music Enthusiast. Film Buff. Beer Lover. Proud Cincinnatian

Here on my personal page I post on anything I find interesting and want to share with others. Topics include marketing, social media, tech, innovation, music, movies, and more. 

If you're new to Google+, or just want tips on how to use it better, scroll down to my weblinks - the first bunch on the top are all about getting the most out of the network.

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  • Mobile Marketing
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  • Small Business Marketing
  • eCommerce, Social Commerce, Mobile Commerce
  • Android
  • Startups & Entrepreneurship
  • Cincinnati, Ohio
  • Vegetarian,Vegan
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Marketing Man - Need help w/ online/social media strategy? I'm your man.
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marketing, social media marketing, branding strategy, digital marketing, CRM, content creation, PR
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  • enosiX
    Marketing Manager, 2014 - present
    The enosiX framework provides .NET developers with a simple way to interact with SAP business processes and data by eliminating the need for SAP expertise or ABAP knowledge. The technology is rooted in both the Microsoft and SAP platforms, allowing the framework to manage all aspects of the integration from a .NET solution into SAP. The framework component resides within SAP and governs the communication of incoming requests from client apps to the powerful Smart Business Objects that are configured to interact with existing SAP business processes. The enosiX Smart Business Objects encapsulate the complexities that surround the use of the standard SAP APIs and expose a simple and intuitive API for .NET developers to code against.
  • Marketing Consultant
    2010 - present
  • CoupSmart
    Marketing Director, 2012 - 2013
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I've gone for the 'cook your own dinner' before. Not my favorite experience, but that's me. Their wine is decent. But, the annual 2-day festival the first weekend in September is an event I never miss. Ever. Great atmosphere to spend the day with friends walking through the vineyard and listening to live music with a bottle of wine.
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
One of my favorite places to go for lunch when I'm in the area. Great food. The hot and sour soup is something I have to get with my meal every time.
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
Nice staff. But, I avoid going here because the parking lot is so torn up. Nothing but potholes everywhere getting worse year after year. If they don't care to fix it, I don't care to spend money here.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Went here for an early dinner on Saturday. It has a rustic look with wooden walls and furniture to compliment the wood-fired oven. The lights are in lanterns. Local craft brews on tap. Pizza is great. I liked the service.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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One of my favorite places to go for good food, drink, and atmosphere downtown.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
First time here this morning. I went through the drive thru and got their "red eye" coffee with shots of espresso. It was really good. The service was friendly, and I like the original menu. I'll be going back again.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
The decor of the restaurant is nice. Stone work, aquarium, framed photos of the city, etc. Like many restaurants, the lobby/waiting area is horribly inefficient with people waiting in line to get on the list several minutes before realizing that it wasn't a line at all, just people milling around waiting to be called to their table. The food is pretty much the same cookie-cutter food you would get at any American chain restaurant - you have your burgers, seafood options, appetizers that are the same as anywhere else. I know this doesn't apply to everyone, but there is a real lack of vegetarian options - either a plate full of sides, or the spag-lasagna with marinara instead of meat sauce. At the very least, it would be nice to be able to sub a veggie burger for meat in their burger choices. The food was average - I had onion rings (good batter), chips & queso, spinach dip, salad, and spag-lasagna. Nothing I would have to go back for. The service was good though, and the prices are fair.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago