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7 Ways Bigshot Companies Delight Customers With Email

If prospects trust you enough to give you their email, you should strive to delight them as you would a friend. Here are seven ways big companies are making their emails feel more like personal correspondence and less like obnoxious marketing.

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The Honor of Marketing: Connecting real people to real value

What comes to mind when you think about marketing? Or better yet, what comes to mind for others when they think about marketing? Read on to discover why marketing is so important to connecting real people to real value.

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3 Questions Your Blog Must Answer or Be Doomed to Wither and Die

You’re doing everything you’ve been told. You’re publishing great content, you’re staying on top of SEO, and you’re all over social media. You even keep in contact with other bloggers in the hope they’ll get behind your blog. But your readership still isn’t where you want it to be. And your dream of working from(...)

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Your Page As A Mirror, Or The Reason People Buy Blocks Of Cheese Product

Includes 8 core takeaways! In this guest post by Kaleigh Moore, dive deep into the subject of mirror neurons. What do they have to do with our marketing? How can you engage the mirror system in the brain to move people to act?

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How to Use Facebook Groups to Get More Traffic and Traction for Your Blog

Frustrating, isn’t it? When you publish another article you’re not sure anybody will read. And you don’t know if it will attract traffic – or crickets. Even if readers do show up, you don’t know if they’ll engage with the content or lurk in the shadows, staying silent. Every new post is a toss-up –(...)

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21 Posts That’ll Help You Decide What Type of Writer to Be

You passionately want to be a “real” writer. A writer whose work is an authentic expression of your true self. The problem is, you feel disconnected from everything you write. It’s like you’re the ghostwriter on a project nobody commissioned. And sometimes you wonder if you should just give up. After all, if you were(...)

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