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Food server/waiter, William gave a great lesson on customer service

You So Screwed Up: 3 Tips to Turn Mad Customers Into Raving Fans

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UFD (Upfront Disclaimers) In this article, I'll share some great lessons for… all you social media managers who need to manage comments and reviews—and respond to the occasional belligerent post and all you team managers who want a loyal team. Will take 8 to 10 minutes to read the words, Or 5.7 minutes to watch the video I just Google'd "restaurant reality shows"...
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Online Marketing Presentation

The Biggest Deals About Online Marketing I’d Share On Your 23 Minute Lunch Break

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This Article… is especially for business owners and leaders (Chamber members) as well as for anyone who thought a website was nothing more than an online "brochure" features a recording of a live video presentation (23 minutes, watch it on your lunch break) will take about 4 to 6 minutes to the words gives you a chance to get better, deeper help....
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Predictions: Online Marketing and Facebook

Yet Another Predictions Blog: 3 Marketing Predictions for 2015. Read It. Skip It. Ah Whatever.

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Can you tell from the title I'm not all that hepped up on predictions. I was watching some morning business-news show and the anchors were speculating with their brilliant guest analysts on how well tech and oil stocks will perform in the coming year—and it hit me: past events + person guessing the future = news I don't know if you've noticed but it...
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Wide shot of 70 pharmacy students at Lipscomb

Ask Yourself This One Question Before Creating Any Piece of Marketing Content

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Back Story: I was invited this week to appear as a guest presenter to a class of third-year pharmacy students at Lipscomb University in Nashville.  The plan: to hopefully give the class a little inspiration for their group project involving developing a marketing plan. If you watch the news and quickly need to pull yourself out of a downward slump of...
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The Roof of the Met (Museum)

There’s Really Just One Reason to Go To A Conference

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I like conferences. They're great. Conferences can be such a positive thing for someone's professional trajectory. However, after some quality thinking time (a rare find, but crucial to schedule), I had this epiphany after recently attending an online/email marketing conference in NY recently: Conferences are great for one reason. But first, let's break down some of the other valuable and valid...
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Online Traffic comes in two basic flavors. Natural and Cash-Backed

How the 2 Types of Online Traffic are Like Your Investments

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SEO and PPC to your IRA and IPOs This topic goes deep. Way deep. But in these “Hudge Helper” essays, I like to give some digestible tips that you can take away right here, right now… so here’s your disclaimer: We’re not going to go into a deep-rabbit-hole-dissertation on SEO silos and whether to use "rel=Canonical over a 301 redirect"...
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Easy Things To Do For Online Security

3 Things You Can Do Today for Online Security Peace of Mind

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There’s certainly a rise in the concern for online security – there should be. Hacking and ID Theft are huge deals, but here are 3 “oh-I-can-do-that” tips.

Just in the last month, we’ve learned about the “Heart bleed” vulnerability and some hacker highjacking a baby monitor video camera (it’s freaky enough of a thought to have someone spying on your family with a taken-over web cam but the even freakier …

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