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My Campaign Sucks…Now What?
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We’ve all been there. It took three months to launch that marketing campaign from start-to-finish.  Yes, there were many hurdles along the way, but you pulled it together with the help of your team and even launched on time. You pop the champagne and toast to a job well done. A week goes by.  There […]

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The Ultimate Social Media Holiday Calendar for 2017 [Resource]
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Whether it’s International Cat Day, Pizza Day, or Talk Like a Pirate Day, it seems like almost every day, the internet is celebrating a holiday. Whenever I log onto Twitter, I quickly scan what’s trending on the left-hand side of the screen. Have you ever had this experience — when you see an obscure holiday […]

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The 10 Companies With the Best Reputations Worldwide
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Rolex is the company with the best reputation among consumers worldwide, according to recent research from the Reputation Institute. Read the full article at MarketingProfs

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The 7 Elements of Graphic Design, and How to Apply Them
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Have you even looked at a seemingly simple design and thought: I could totally do that. But later, when you sit down to actually give it a whirl, you don’t know why your attempt doesn’t measure up to the professional version. What gives? It turns out professional graphic designers have a few tricks up their […]

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How to Create and Share an Infographic Resume [Infographic]
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The modern job search is incredibly competitive, and technology has made it easier for your resume and job application to be overlooked and discarded before you even make it to the interview. Luckily, technology is also here to help. There’s no longer a template for how to apply for a job — you can use […]

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Dagnabbit: Why We Love Marketers Who Curse
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We’ve been together for a while now, Marketing Blog readers. I’ve shared stories with you about business school, my surprise revelation that I’m an introvert, and other personal tidbits here and there. Here’s one that I hope won’t lower your opinion of me: I have a bit of a potty mouth. My first instinct is […]

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What Consumers Really Want From Your Video Content [Infographic]
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Video content is no longer an option: It’s a necessary component of any successful marketing strategy. The good news? Your audience wants to see more videos from you, and they engage with them at higher rates than other types of content. Email open and clickthrough rates improve when the word “video” is used in subject […]

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5 Steps for Improving Your Media Outreach: Insights From 1,300 Publishers
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The media needs content to report, and marketers need exposure for their content. Together, it seems like these two would have a pretty simple, mutually beneficial relationship, right? Unfortunately, like most modern-day relationships, it’s never really that simple. Marketers and PR professionals have long been denounced by the media as spin doctors thanks to poor […]

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How to Become a Household Name
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“Google it.” “Can you pass me some Kleenex?” “Let’s take the Jet Ski out.” These are just a few examples of how brand names have been worked into our common vocabularies. When people ask for a Kleenex, they usually just mean they want a tissue, but because the Kleenex brand is so popular, we’ve started […]

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