Category Archives: Marketing

Lessons in social media planning from Sesame Street

Getting your groove in social media takes planning. But like the saying goes, you probably learned everything you need to know about social media in Kindergarten. Continue reading

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Word-o-rama: time to purge 2010 slang

Very few slang words have staying power. Which ones would you vote to keep from your generation? Continue reading

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Plan that PR stunt

Noise, noise, noise. It’s hard to get attention these days for your ideas or product. But not all attention is worthwhile… I found a story in this morning’s news that describes using a well-timed illusion to raise awareness about driving … Continue reading

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Making sense of chaos

During my most recent academic experience, an instructor posed the question: is our world complex or complicated? Many people don’t know the difference between the two, so here goes: Wiring an airplane’s electronic system is complicated. There’s a lot to … Continue reading

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