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Word Of Mouth: Reasons People Talk. Reasons People Listen.

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Five Expert Twitter Tips For Better Connections

Five secrets to make even stronger, meaningful connections with your Twitter followers. For each and every person who has chosen to follow you on Twitter: Read their profile. Follow and explore the link they provided in their bio. Send a personal direct message to each and every one who chooses to follow you. If they are listed as a company …

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Age Of Conversation III: Great Writers. Great Book. Great Cause.

If a marketing book with one writer’s opinion is helpful – imagine a book by over 150 writers from around the world! Age of Conversation: It’s To Get Busy is that book. As the official description states… …This collaborative work investigates the roles that community, conversation, experimentation, engagement, and collaboration play in shaping the 21st century’s economy of ideas. As …

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National Trademark Expo: Oct 15/16 Washington DC

One of the benefits of living near the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) is you get to bump into celebrities. For example, today – just outside our neighborhood Starbucks – we saw T. Markey! I wonder if he has a girlfriend named Brandy? He was walking the neighborhood to build awareness of the National Trademark Expo event taking place …

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Free Guide To Great Reading: Innovation, Remarkability, Brand Building

Sand For Your Inbox October 2010 I’m excited to share with you a free Guide To Great Reading which includes fifteen books we recommend in the categories of: Creative Thinking & Innovation, Be Remarkable, and Brand Building. I know you’ll love the books listed. (If you don’t, let me know! – Paul)

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More Tips For Remarkable Ideas: Sandbox Innovation

The lead at your last brainstorm session probably preambled with something like this: “Remember team, there is no such things as a bad idea in brainstorming. And there are no boundaries. Let the sky be the limit!” They were correct. Yet, the process of coming up with ideas to solve, grow, think or create is a process that expands and …

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