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Some interesting stats about how we use our smartphones - are marketers in tune with the stats? #mobilemarketing  
Are addicted to your phone? If not, why is it so hard to turn it off? The infographic below shows just how attached the average person is to their phones.
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What Happens When PR and Social Media Intersect?
I would like to introduce Jayme Soulati to my blog. Jayme is president of Soulati Media, Inc., and a message mapping master. She offers blended public relations marketing with content, social, digital, and internet marketing. Recently, she launched a podcas...
I would like to introduce Jayme Soulati to my blog. Jayme is president of Soulati Media, Inc., and a message mapping master. She offers blended public relations marketing with content, social, digital, and internet marketing...
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A Social Media Conversation
I would like to introduce Keri Jaehnig to my blog. As a social media expert, Keri's quotes have appeared several times here in group posts when I've featured social media tips over the last several years. We met through social media, and while we're on diff...
I would like to introduce Keri Jaehnig to my blog. As a social media expert, Keri's quotes have appeared several times here in group posts when I've featured social media tips over the last several years. We met through socia...
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Thank you for featuring me on your blog! :)
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Is leadership really different in the nonprofit sector? Learn what one nonprofit President/CEO has to say. #leadership
I would like to introduce Scott Bowling, Psy.D., to my blog. Since 1999, Scott has been President and CEO of the Exceptional Children's Foundation (ECF), a nonprofit based in Culver City (California) with 15 service sites thr...
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Thanks to +Dan Forbes - great pic: Happy New Year to all!
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May you have a wonderful 2015! +Debbie Laskey, MBA
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A Reminder for All E-Commerce Sites During the Holiday Shopping Season
With the online holiday shopping season upon us, here's an important reminder for all E-Commerce sites. While online surfing recently, I wanted to make a purchase for a family member and was using a site I had not previously used. I entered the product deta...
With the online holiday shopping season upon us, here's an important reminder for all E-Commerce sites. While online surfing recently, I wanted to make a purchase for a family member and was using a site I had not previously ...
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Tips to Promote Your Breakthrough Idea and STAND OUT!
Other than going on TV’s “Shark Tank” to pitch a product or service idea to Mark Cuban and friends, do you know how to promote that amazing idea you thought of in the middle of the night? Don’t just forget it. Read Dorie Clark’s new book, “Stand Out, How to...
Other than going on TV’s “Shark Tank” to pitch a product or service idea to Mark Cuban and friends, do you know how to promote that amazing idea you thought of in the middle of the night? Don’t just forget it. Read Dorie Clar...
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Lead and Then Get Out of the Way
Allow me to re-introduce Ron Thomas. Ron appeared on my blog and shared some leadership insights back in April 2011, so it’s time for a repeat appearance. Click here for the original post. Back in 2011, the world of social media was quite different. Faceboo...
Allow me to re-introduce Ron Thomas. Ron appeared on my blog and shared some leadership insights back in April 2011, so it’s time for a repeat appearance. Click here for the original post. Back in 2011, the world of social me...
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+Debbie Laskey, MBA Hello, I wonder if I could share with you something Great about what I'm presently doing. Also, It is an international business and I am full support with someone interested to start the business in their country and maybe you can recommend someone. I’m Christopher Rayala from Philippines
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Top 10 Brand Tips for 2015
Early last year, I presented some brand tips for 2014 . As the new year begins, it's a good time to analyze your branding strategies so that you can reach the largest audience possible, stand out from the competition, and create the most buzz. Brand Tip #1:...
Early last year, I presented some brand tips for 2014. As the new year begins, it's a good time to analyze your branding strategies so that you can reach the largest audience possible, stand out from the competition, and crea...
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Marketing Highlights from 2014
With 2014 history, it’s time for my “Top 10” marketing highlights list. What campaigns were great? Which were duds? What stood out as marketing innovation, and what will go down in history that can rival Apple’s 1984 TV ad? What do YOU remember from the 201...
With 2014 history, it’s time for my “Top 10” marketing highlights list. What campaigns were great? Which were duds? What stood out as marketing innovation, and what will go down in history that can rival Apple’s 1984 TV ad? W...
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The Continuity of Leadership
Today, too few businesses plan for change - especially what will happen when the person at the top, the CEO or President, moves on or retires. So, the businesses that do plan provide the inspiration for many others. A nonprofit that believes in planning is ...
Today, too few businesses plan for change - especially what will happen when the person at the top, the CEO or President, moves on or retires. So, the businesses that do plan provide the inspiration for many others. A nonprof...
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This branding story is too funny. Could your brand pull off something like this? #brandstrategy  
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Debbie Laskey has 17 years of marketing experience and an MBA Degree with a concentration in International Marketing and Management. She developed her diverse marketing expertise while working in the high-tech industry, the Consumer Marketing Department at Disneyland Paris in France, the non-profit arena, and the insurance industry. Her expertise includes brand marketing, social media, employee engagement, leadership development, and customer experience marketing. She's served as a judge for the Web Marketing Association’s annual web award competition since 2002, and has been recognized as one of the "Top 100 Branding Experts" and one of the "Top 50 Customer Service Experts in 2015" to follow on Twitter.

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    MBA - Marketing & Management
  • University of California, Berkeley
    BA - Political Science
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