This interview with Joe Hage provides insight into the discipline that underlies highly effective marketing.
On Twitter there’s just no excuse for mind-numbing teasers, drive-by rants, and self-congratulatory re-runs.
Joe Hage dissects and analyzes an email blast from a conference organizer to prospective attendees.
Joe Hage tests the “old school” approach to direct marketing. What do you think?
The Definitive Twitter Guide is a must-have for contemporary marketers. Author Shannon Evans provides a substantive, thoughtful description of how the market has evolved to a place in which 140-word messages, carefully crafted and frequently sent, can establish, communicate, and reinforce a company’s reputation.
Does your child’s or grandchild’s school need an AED?
I’d stop reading blog posts full of tips except there are always those few that stand out from the crowd and offer some information that significantly changes the way I approach a project, a client, or my career.
A year ago, Peggy Sturdivant, a Seattle neighborhood news blogger, invited me to do a joint presentation for a PR class (the PR Certificate program) at the University of Washington. […]