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rob burns
Works at Maps.com
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Lives in Ventura, CA 93001
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Errr hello? Is this where you get updates on the Facebook outage?
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Don't use this at all!
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http://youtu.be/tCsLUt8D6Dk Give my friend and colleague Fred Long a listen for the holidays. If they need a theme for Love Actually 2 this has to be it!
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The online marketing #Funnel
#awareness #seo #blog by Loveinfographics.com
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Excellent illustration. Awareness is the big beginning for sure!
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Looking for a gift for the world traveler? Check out our Maps.com holiday store.
They travel far and wide, each time bringing back a special memory of a fantastic experience. Maps make it easier for your world traveler to remember those experiences or create new ones. From something that can be folded into a back pocket to something that adorns the wall like a trophy, ...
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Vintage National Geographic Wall Maps from Maps.com.
Maps are used in many ways but almost always they are seen as a functional item, uninteresting and made for one purpose. National Geographic maps, and especially vintage maps, are unique in that they combine art and function. Give a vintage fan, map collector—or even an art collector—a vintage ...
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Do you use maps to brand or advertise your realtor service? Would love to hear your stories and thoughts.
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If you’re looking to do something different with your marketing this year, here are five tools for wooing clients that you probably never thought of.
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I would love to hear if you use maps as part of your branding and promotion? We put together this info page and would appreciate feedback. Thank you!
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Holiday Maps and Games geographic fun and entertainment for the holiday from Maps.com
You need a gift for young explorers. You know that much. You may not know the characters but you relate to their quest for adventure: You were a pirate when you were young, she is Katniss in the Hunger Games. You were a pioneer, and he is Indiana Jones. The story is the same but the adventurer ...
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Director of Marketing at Maps.com
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Email Marketing, Content Marketing, Marketing Planning, Creative, Copywriting, SEO
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  • Maps.com
    Director of Marketing, 2009 - present
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Ventura, CA 93001
Previously
Lancashire, United Kingdom - Manchester, UK
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Stranger in a strange land. Luckily I can get my hands on a map.
Education
  • UMIST
    Management Sciences, 1992 - 1995
  • Merchant Taylors School
    1986 - 1992
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The food is usually good at Verdes. But the service can vary from the sublime to the ridiculous. A group of 5 of us went, and with starter, main courses, wine etc we tallied up almost 400 pounds. We did feel a little rushed as they cleared our table before we all finished and took a glass that wasn't empty, but we decided on coffees and sweets. Unfortunately nobody came back for 25 minutes, and despite waving like idiots and short of yelling we got fed up and decided to pay the bill on the way out. On politely informing the manager why we were not having desserts, he told me I was wrong, and that he knew we hadn't waited that long. A charming end to a frustrating meal. So, if you dont mind being belittled and patronised by an assh##e, the food is actually pretty good.
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