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Essential Effects Marketing and Promotions
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A website and graphic design company, specializing in branding and marketing for small businesses and non-profit organizations.
A website and graphic design company, specializing in branding and marketing for small businesses and non-profit organizations.

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Kick Your Social Strategy Into Overdrive: The Ins & Outs of Testing Social Media http://buff.ly/1qyQqxK

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How far is too far when it comes to using dead celebrities to market a brand? 

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Dropbox added a bunch of tools that will be useful for businesses. http://dthin.gs/1cYdgyz #dropbox   #business  

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We got a late start and we're down to the wire. We are only 50 votes away. Vote for us by 11/15- https://www.missionmainstreetgrants.com/business/detail/103570 ….   #ChaseBank   #google   #smallbiz   #missionmainstreetgrants
 Why?: We seek to provide a space where small business owners can receive hands-on assistance and consulting with print and internet marketing and design, but also have meeting and work space. There will be opportunities to attend seminars and classes as well. I intend to employ skilled individuals and continue to build strategic business and community partnerships. I know that business start-up can be difficult and costly, which is why I try to alleviate some of that stress, by being a reasonable resource to start-ups, small business owners, entrepreneurs, and nonprofits.

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What to do if your social media account has been hacked or hijacked - http://tnw.co/1axrEKb  #socialmediatips  

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People are accessing the web via mobile more than ever. So far in 2013, 17.4% of web traffic has come through mobile - a 6% increase since 2012: http://on.mash.to/14h9NVJ

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Researchers in China are reportedly using a special 3D printer to print an ear cartilage sample made from real tissue.
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