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By Nick Westergaard on April 21, 2014

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Why You Should Involve Your Whole Team in Your Digital Marketing

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Marketers have long lamented the fact that everyone, regardless of department, always has an opinion about marketing. We’ve always told ourselves that this is because marketing is one of the coolest areas to work in an organization, though it’s more likely that our work is often highly visible and capable of producing a strong response. Marketers have gotten used to taking a series of deep breaths whenever someone says, “You know, I have a great marketing idea …”


Macy Koch

By Macy Koch on April 16, 2014

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Which Brands Rule Twitter (Infographic)

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The ability to engage your audience, interact with your clients (and your peers) and even generate leads in less than 140 characters is practically an art form. It may seem like an impossible task, but there are plenty of top brands who are more than up to the task and as a result they have become Twitter power houses.


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