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+ How-To: Four Ways to Make Local Deals Work
+ PRO-Favorite Seminar: What Marketers Should Know About Google
+ Survey Says: How Americans Use Social Media, and Why They 'Friend'
+ Quick Take: How to Avoid Four Deadly Email Program Sins
+ My View: Why Instagram Matters to Marketers
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How-To Four Ways to Make Local Deals Work
By Amy Fowler
Are your daily deals promotions hurting your bottom line? It doesn't have to be that way. Here are four key tips for using daily deals to boost awareness, gain and maintain customers, and get results. Read More
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PRO PRO-Favorite Seminar: What Marketers Should Know About Google
Google's own Maile Ohye reviews successful approaches—and the pitfalls to avoid—when building a site to make it truly helpful for searchers. In this kickoff to MarketingProfs University: Search Marketing School, you'll learn the latest on Google Search and the evolving search landscape. Read More
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Find out how to use LinkedIn to connect with and research prospects, announce new products, build your company's awareness and more. Learn 6 proven ways to generate leads in HubSpot's new guide “How to Use LinkedIn for Business.” Download your free eBook now.
Survey Says
How Americans Use Social Media, and Why They 'Friend'
Americans use social media—forums, blogs, and social networks—to conduct a variety of activities, from professional networking and consumer products research to entertainment and dating. Read More
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Quick Take
How to Avoid Four Deadly Email Program Sins
Many things can go wrong with email marketing, but marketers shouldn't focus so intently on the small details that they lose sight of their primary objective—to engage customers. Here are four email marketing sins that hinder customer engagement. Read More
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My View Why Instagram Matters to Marketers: Evolving SoLoMo to SoLoMoSto
By Ann Handley
At its core, Instagram allows you to tell stories visually, with a simplicity and immediacy mobile users expect. But at the same time, it adds another layer of elegance and artfulness, and that's what makes its stories so appealing, and (for me) why it breaks new ground. Read More
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By dori 12/21/2011 at 8:38 AM
Our auto repair shop is the first in our area to "go green." We will be having a grand re-opening event in February. Any ideas for the event? Go To Question
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