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Three great questions about social media strategies

Last night I led a full house class called “Advanced Social Media Strategies” at General Assembly. This class is fun to teach, and we had a very large group with tons of great feedback, questions, and anecdotes to share. There were three questions in particular that we spent some … Keep reading >>>

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Nonprofits

Daddy's Girl

Debi was raised in a Jewish household. In her words, “we weren’t religious, just culturally we were Jewish.” Debi had two older brothers, and she was adopted at birth by her Mom and Dad. “I grew up in Savannah, and we had a very normal life. I was a Daddy’s … Keep reading >>>

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Nonprofits

Daddy’s Girl

Debi was raised in a Jewish household. In her words, “we weren’t religious, just culturally we were Jewish.” Debi had two older brothers, and she was adopted at birth by her Mom and Dad. “I grew up in Savannah, and we had a very normal life. I was a Daddy’s … Keep reading >>>

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Guest posting on Atlanta Tech Blogs? Yes.

I hope our loyal readers have taken quick notice today of a new author on Atlanta Tech Blogs: Joy Ugi. I met Joy – virtually, we haven’t actually met in person yet – when I began the series of untold stories from behind the scenes at Atlanta Mission.… Keep reading >>>

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Content Marketing Takes a Turn for the Worse

When content marketing was first hailed as an initiative for brands to reach customers, marketers and consumers alike couldn’t get enough of it.

But in the past couple of years, content marketing has turned down a dark path.

We’re now producing gobs of articles and podcasts and social posts that … Keep reading >>>