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Just when you were getting comfortable navigating the high seas of Facebook, Zuckerberg sends a tidal wave of new features and changes your way. This post is the first in a three-part series designed to give you a port during this storm of change.
Ask yourself honestly: which of these three pitfalls is keeping you from developing an effective marketing plan for 2012?
At Burgess, we’ve helped dozens of clients plan effectively, on time and on budget. We know how to locate your best prospects, and how to talk to them persuasively.Read More
If I see any new trend in social marketing for 2011, it’s connecting the communications dots. For many companies, 2010 was the first step into expanding their e-communications:
But in many cases, these first efforts were NOT always connected to each other...Read More
Everyone loves to believe that guerilla marketing – a grassroots approach to getting attention for your product or company – is the great panacea...the one idea that will work even in a down economy. Sure, it can be cheaper than paid advertising and garner more media attention than traditional send-out-a-press-release PR methods, but what if it backfires?Read More