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PERSONAL HAPPINESS, SCIENCE | 6.11.12 | SHARI   The key to having an ‘aha’ moment is not what you might think. You’ve probably heard of and had an ‘aha’ moment, that occasion when something changes and you suddenly have, for no apparent reason, the solution to a problem you’d been struggling to solve. What you

Posted by: Steven Kenniff April 13, 2014 Many businesses work the typical Monday through Friday routine that their clients work, and use this time to post on Social Media outlets, send emails and texts, and generate buzz about their business. What they tend to forget is that there are two other really important days of the week to reach

A few weeks ago, content marketing expert Michael Brenner posted on his blog a list of signs that a business is not ready for content marketing. He brings up an interesting point in that many businesses believe they need to launch a content marketing strategy simply because everyone else is doing it, even though they may not be properly

Marketing Strategies Like everything else, there are unwritten rules involved in social media marketing. Everyone is obliged to follow these rules, but those that are new to the game, may miss out on the basics. Here are 21 unwritten rules of social media marketing that are designed to create a solid foundation for any social

Have you ever found yourself explaining hashtags to someone whose only connection with the word is as a telephone button?

Ok so you just published a brand new website, you are very proud of the design and how your pictures look.  Now what?

Every time I sign up for a newsletter or a new online service I look for the easiest way to fill out registration forms.

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Social media marketing strategy mistakes to avoid: Not having a strategy Not integrating with other digital assets

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The Copywriting Guide to Selling

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There’s an old copywriting formula for direct-response marketing. Many of you probably already know it. AIDA: Attention, Interest, Desire, Action.

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