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Spring means folks are coming out of hibernation and they’re ready to party! If your not-for-profit or business has an event planned, here’s your checklist for successful digital marketing.
Some view the flippant “my bad” as irritating, but at least there’s been acknowledgement and ownership of the problem. Learning how to manage failure may be more important to your business than how to handle success.
During the drive from Chicago to Los Angeles and back again, our little car needed an oil change. The shop we stopped at excelled at providing an unforgettable sales experience. If you haven’t checked the dipstick in your customer service lately, read on to hear how these boys wowed us.
Because last time folks were so amused, let’s look at a few more etiquette rules Emily Post wrote in 1922 that still work with today’s social media. Her tips on how to move well in society are quite relevant for successful navigation of today’s social media marketing.
Emily Post was born in 1872, but she would have made an excellent social media manager as her social etiquette is still quite relevant today. Read on to see how Post applies to your social media marketing.
Is Social Media a promising 2013 marketing tactic for your business? Or do you suspect it’s all just hype? Read on for a case study and learn from others.
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