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Monthly Archives: October 2013
We are again in the midst of the Hallothanksmas Holidaze Season. It seems to me that each year the individual autumn/winter Holidays seem to be fused into one very long selling season. In cities and towns across the country one … Continue reading
Lewis Elin commented: That b.s. exists because some people think that “cutesy” is the equivalent of, or superior to, effective communications. They’re afraid of the truth, afraid to tell a simple story with truth and benefits that convince. They’re afraid … Continue reading
I received this from the Network After Work – Chicago group and thought that it made a lot of sense, so I’m passing it on. 1. Resist the urge to arrive late. It’s almost counter-intuitive, but showing up early … Continue reading
In today’s world we are surrounded by of a myriad of advertising and promotional messages – and on a continual basis. So, I don’t understand why people who are trying so hard to get to their market – blow it by … Continue reading
Well, this post isn’t about marketing on the grand level, but in its way it is about marketing. This week I visited a friend in an assisted living facility. On the wall was a small poster announcing the upcoming Halloween … Continue reading
Spencer Maus commented: Excellent! Very true depiction of what is happening in life with social media. Spencer Maus SpencerConnect firstname.lastname@example.org
Mike Willett commented: Communication was never this country’s population strong point. With the advent of cell phones, pagers, and on and on, communication, other than in short bursts of nothingness are becoming more the norm as time goes on, along … Continue reading