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Stop Talking About Yourself: 3 Ways to Connect with Customers

Let’s just pretend for a second you just asked me, “What’s the #1 problem you see in marketing copy?” People who know me might expect me to say, “Jargon.” And while that is a major problem—and you’ll never convince me there’s ever a good reason to use the word “synergy”—that’s not the biggest issue facing… Read More


To GIF or not to GIF

Let’s be honest, marketing emails can get bland really fast! Full width image, full width text, 2 columns of text, 3 columns of images…rinse and repeat. A simple way to add some flair to your campaigns is to incorporate animated GIF images, but like all other things email related, there are some limitations and guidelines… Read More


6 Tricks for Creating a Best-in-Class Preference Center Experience

Sometimes as marketers, we get so caught up in the latest and greatest day-to-day tactics that we forget to take time to plan. And when we don’t plan, we end up trying to hit a moving target. By starting with your customer’s wants and needs and working backward to your business goals, you can create… Read More


Job Interviews : Always Send A Thank You

As a hiring manager seeking talented technical candidates, there is one thing that I expect from all candidates that I interview.  Whether the interview is in-person, phone or Hangout interview, I still expect it.  It’s a very simple gesture, yet overlooked by many candidates during the job search — the Thank You note. Why do I feel… Read More


Finally, a happy Medium

I’ll tell you a short story about blogs and me. I wanted to start a blog. I started several. I kept up with none. Does this sound like you, too? If so, there may be hope for us. Enter Medium, the brainchild of Twitter co-creators Biz Stone and Evan Williams and the answer to your… Read More


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