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Mobile marketing's changing rapidly. Do you need an app to reach your customers? The mobile web? Both? This week's #podcast  looks at what works today.   #mobile   #mobilemarketing   #strategy  
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This week's episode of the Thinks Out Loud podcast looks at why privacy matters in digital marketing. Check it out when you get the chance.   #podcast   #marketing   #marketingstrategy   #digitalmarketing   #privacy  
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Interested in the top trends among your fellow marketers and e-commerce strategists? Here's what you all paid the most attention to this month. #ecommerce   #ecommercetips   #strategy   #marketing   #marketingstrategy  
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Where's e-commerce heading? Is there still room to grow? This week's episode of Thinks Out Loud takes a look. #ecommerce   #ecommercetips   #strategy   #podcast  
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Google is moving deeper into travel with its Room77 partnership. Should hotel marketers be worried? Or should OTA's? #hotelmarketing   #ecommerce   #strategy   #metasearch  
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If your market includes Millennials or Gen X (and increasingly, it will), you need to see this new data. #millennials   #marketing   #marketingstrategy   #ecommerce   #mobile  
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OTA's are making a push to connect with guests on-property. What does this mean for your hotel? And what can you do about it? Today's Travel Tuesday post takes a look. #travelmarketing   #ecommerce   #marketing   #marketingstrategy   #mobile  
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The latest Thinks Book Review of the Week take a look "The Second Machine Age" by +Erik Brynjolfsson and +Andrew McAfee. Great, important read. Well worth checking out. #strategy   #business   #future   #futureofwork  
I’ve spent the last few days working my way through the fascinating The Second Machine Age: Work, Progress, and Prosperity in a Time of Brilliant Technologies by MIT professors Erik Brynjolfsson and Andrew McAfee. First, it’s worth pointing out that this is not — emphatically not — a marketing book, at least not in the …
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We're locals who hit the Pub almost once a week. The beer is good, the staff is friendly and the food is consistently pretty good. While it's not "haut cuisine," if you like "pub fare," you'll probably like what the Brew Pub offers. The beers are all hand-crafted on premises (no Miller Lite's or anything like that). Several of the beers have won national awards and are the real draw in the place. There are 4-5 beers on the menu regularly with another 2 that rotate during the course of the year. I like the Amber and the Pub's signature beer is it's Lazy Jake Porter. The sandwiches and burgers are always solid and I like their steaks. The fish and chips are quite good, too. The menu changes seasonally, so check out their website if you're curious about what's on the menu at a given time of year. There's usually live music on Friday nights and the outside bar is amazing during the summer.
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Food: Very goodDecor: ExcellentService: Very good
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A truly remarkable hotel. I'm a huge fan of the Wentworth Mansion. My wife and I had an extraordinary stay here and love how welcome the staff makes us feel every time we're in town. We also love Circa 1886, the restaurant on the same premises. A wonderful place with outstanding cuisine. My favorite hotel in town.
Quality: ExcellentFacilities: ExcellentService: Excellent
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