Back to normal this week after what was possibly my favorite series to date (shhh…don’t tell the other series I said that). Marketing in Focus was a rousing success. Catch up with that if you missed out. Here’s what happened this week.
The Marketing Lessons of Mercedes’ Super Bowl Ads
I recall a friend asking why Willem Dafoe had never played the Devil before. I do not remember this commercial. There was an open bar…sorry. Hal recalls it better. Check out The Marketing Lessons of Mercedes’ Super Bowl Ads.
9 Web Design Mistakes Small Businesses Make
#2 is my #1 pet peeve. I’m glad someone else is taking up my cause. Discover the 9 Web Design Mistakes Small Businesses Make.
The 3 Ways to Anchor Your Branding in 2013
Here’s the what, why and with whom. Find out how much your brand can grow with The 3 Ways to Anchor Your Branding in 2013.
Boosting Traffic with StumbleUpon
Just make sure there’s some coffee and snacks. That’s usually what my friends want when they stumble over. Read about Boosting Traffic with StumbleUpon.
The Top 5 Nasty Social Media Habits to Discard
#6 would obviously be taking pictures of your food if you’re not a restaurant. Check out The Top 5 Nasty Social Media Habits to Discard.
Don’t Be a Boss. Be a Leader
Unless you’re Rick Ross. That doesn’t rhyme with leader. So, Don’t Be a Boss. Be a Leader.
The Cloud-y Pros & Cons of Office 365
Is there a chance of meatballs? Discover The Cloud-y Pros & Cons of Office 365.
Benchmark 5: Favorite Super Bowl Comments
Remember the aforementioned open bar? There was also an eight course meal and Charles Barkley. Be impressed that I can even name my Benchmark 5: Favorite Super Bowl Comments.
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