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Tim Rushall
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I'm Tim Rushall and after recently completing my Masters degree in Philosophy I have decided to pursue my passion for writing by undertaking freelance work
I'm Tim Rushall and after recently completing my Masters degree in Philosophy I have decided to pursue my passion for writing by undertaking freelance work

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Who doesn't love an infographic! This one, on the convenience retail sector, is pretty slick.
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Great post I found over on the Retail Management group 
UK Retailers: We've put together some of our top picks on retailers who are excelling on the social media front, would be good to know your thoughts:
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Are your store promotions focused on consumer marketing or shopper marketing? There's an important distinction between the two. We explain it in our blog post this week. Check it out. 
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Noticed this on the Point of Purchase Displays community - Thought I'd re-share as I found it pretty interesting, and worth checking out.
Perhaps we all think of retail as a fairly modern phenomenon, sometimes it’s worth understanding the context of things.
This website History of Retail in 100 Objects does exactly that with lots of inspiration and understanding along the way as well as a look at the future of retail.
You can also download the ebook for free, excellent stuff.

http://retail100objects.com/#getthebook
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Good news about the economy? Couldn't help but share that!
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I'm interested in all areas of marketing, but experiential marketing is, I feel, one of the most exciting. This post gives some insight into how an experiential campaign is planned, and I found it interesting!
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Google patent PPG - Pay Per Gaze technology. Could advertisers soon be paying for when someone 'gazes'  on their advert? Would it be more efficient than paying per view / pageload.

Also, what are your thoughts about their mentioned ability to measure emotional response to adverts based on pupil dilation? Useful, scary, or both?!
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