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- 72 Marketing Definitions
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- Marketing Versus PR: What’s the Difference
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- 28 Amazing Content Marketing Ideas You Can Use Now
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Happy New Year 2014–We want to take this opportunity to wish you the best for 2014.
Wishing you and yours a very happy holidays this Christmas 2013 from our family to yours.
In memory of the death of President John F. Kennedy, here are 7 quotes.
Do you want to be a success in 2013? With the New Year comes a sense of starting over and the chance to do better than you did in the current year. You’re probably wondering why I’m asking this question because: who doesn’t want to be a success?!
Regardless of what holidays you celebrate or traditions you keep, we hope that you find this time one of love and hope. Despite the stress of shopping and travel, take time to appreciate the joy it brings. As you gather with family, friends and others this holiday. take the opportunity to give them a hug and let them know you care.
Wishing you, our US based readers, a very Happy Thanksgiving.
As you gather around the table, take the time to consider the family, friends and others near to you.
Spring is in the air making everything seem fresh and new. But open one of your digital devices such as your computer, your smartphone or your tablets, and there’s stuff that’s accumulated. Just as you give your home a through spring cleaning, go through your digital inboxes, files and profiles on digital devices and social networks to get rid of the information that’s irrelevant reducing your effectiveness. Here are 21 tips from Heidi Cohen’s Actionable Marketing Blog to help you remove the clutter from your digital and social media life this spring.
If you’re thinking SXSW is where all the cool social media kids are except me, I don’t want to burst your bubble but the truth is you’re not alone. Of course, many of those who aren’t at SXSW probably won’t tell you because they don’t want to publicize the fact they’re not part of the in-group. Instead of sitting in front of your Twitter client watching the tweets go by feeling left out, take advantage of this opportunity to do something special for yourself.
In honor of Thanksgiving, I’d like to express my thanks to my family, friends, colleagues, readers and social media connections. Although life continues to throw us curve balls, you continue to show me how to make cosmopolitans from lemons; to celebrate both the small magical moments as well as the milestone events.