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Take a Laugh Break: Stock Photo Fail of the Month

At McCauley Marketing Services, we’re always busy tending to our clients’ needs, but every once in a while, something strange will pop up and we simply have to laugh. This happens quite often when we’re searching for the perfect stock photo for a blog,…

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After their ads appeared next to extremist content on YouTube, telecom companies AT&T and Verizon said they were going to pull their ads from the video site. But the fallout may go further than just YouTube. Read more: (via Fox News) https://goo.gl/4AvAfV

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Google Chrome update promises to save your laptop's battery life https://goo.gl/gWRjce

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Google Chrome update promises to save your laptop's battery life https://goo.gl/gWRjce

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This may sound obvious, but it’s a message that not every marketer truly internalizes: everything you release is a representation of your company. Each page on your website, each social media post, each direct mailing, and each print ad could be someone’s first impression of your business, so it’s crucial to put your best foot forward in every case. Sometimes, though, it’s actually making mistakes with the seemingly small details that can make the finished product fall short. [ 619 more words ]
http://www.mccauleyadvertising.com/the-details-you-may-be-overlooking-in-blog-posts-and-articles/

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This may sound obvious, but it’s a message that not every marketer truly internalizes: everything you release is a representation of your company. Each page on your website, each social media post, each direct mailing, and each print ad could be someone’s…

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Just in case you missed it, get all the latest news and updates from the experts at McCauley Marketing Services in our March Newsletter!
http://www.icontact-archive.com/Tl08SBWZF635J4e2HA9xCvgpik87PFp-?w=2

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Google AdWords vs Facebook Ads: How to decide which one is better for your business https://goo.gl/S2rtLb

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For B2C, the possibilities are endless—you can find your target audience driving down the road, researching various topics online, watching television, using social media, reading online reviews, and doing a number of other activities that give you an opportunity to tell them your story. But for B2B marketing, you have a much more specific target audience, so you should use much more specific mediums in order to reach them. [ 293 more words ]
http://www.mccauleyadvertising.com/b2b-vs-b2c-marketing/
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