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Jayme Jenkins
Oregon transplant exploring the world's wonders in Utah. B2B Digital Marketer by day and obsessive do-it-herselfer on the weekends.
Oregon transplant exploring the world's wonders in Utah. B2B Digital Marketer by day and obsessive do-it-herselfer on the weekends.
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The Daily Herald just ran a story on Market Campus!

Enjoy the read and help spread the word by sharing! If you are interested in learning more about our fall course, apply at http://marketcampus.com/

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Even the simpliest of tactics are overlooked by companies. Example, treat like blog post and use a headline every post.

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Yep, Jay Baer, is spot on.

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Here's some formatting tips for G+, +Theresa Loe 
How to Bold, Italic, Strikethrough Text in Google +
If you're new to G+, using these text tools can make your posts stand out. Four text formatting tools are listed below.  Here are some more from +James Lawson-Smith http://youtu.be/xKfmaSPznnI  

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So true, +Avinash Kaushik!
I'm sure there are some lessons to be learned from Apple and Amazon and Gieco and BRKB and other glorious companies. But the number of lessons applicable to your company are less than zero. Because you are not Apple, you never will be.

And there is nothing wrong with that. We can hear what these companies are doing. We can see if there is any part of our culture, people, customers, products, vision, strategy, that are even remotely conducive to adapting Apple's beat practices. If not, we are way better off spending time developing our own unique obsession with customers, our own obsession with destroying product stupidity, our own obsession with a insanely focused culture, and so on and so forth. 

For all of the reasons above I'm not a big fan of conference speakers or books that are entirely based on: "You should do x, y, z, a, b, c because those are exactly the reasons Facebook/Apple/Walmart are successful."

What works for them will not work for you. Find your own way.

#harshrealities   #beyoubecauseeveryoneelseistaken  
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hey +James Rogers, I want more peaches to make this caramel #recipe. Better yet, you make 'em and bring to work!
Conquering my culinary fears with these homemade Peach Caramels:
http://www.loveandoliveoil.com/2013/08/peach-caramels.html

#recipe #candy   #peach  
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Having troubles understanding Google+? Lesson 1: it's not Twitter or Facebook and never sought out to be, so start changing the way you think about it.

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The 5 Corner Stone Strategies for Local Search You Can't Ignore
Posted by +John Mee, Google Engage Ireland

 Prominence in the local search results is often considered the Holy Grail for bricks and mortar businesses.

 Targeting area-specific terms in your SEO efforts is extremely profitable. People searching for goods in a particular area are much more likely to be actively looking for somewhere to purchase, rather than just casually browsing the web. They know what they want, and more significantly, the location of where they wish to find it. Essentially, they are just waiting to become a happy conversion statistic.

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Find and try the spell check shortcut, +Theresa Loe.
Do you want to speed up your writing time in #WordPress? Then start using these time saving WordPress keyboard shortcuts.

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