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Newsletter #1028: The “Lessons from Employers” Issue

[Welcome back to the Damn, I Wish I’d Thought of That! newsletter. This is text of the great issue all of our email subscribers just received. Sign yourself up using the handy form on the right.] Like marketers, employers have to get creative to stand out from the competition, offer something worth talking about, and share the […]

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Newsletter #868: The “Use What You Have” Issue

[Welcome back to the Damn, I Wish I’d Thought of That! newsletter. This is text of the great issue all of our email subscribers just received. Sign yourself up using the handy form on the right.] Great marketers aren’t just looking for the new and shiny — they’re also looking at how to get the most out […]

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Sears Holdings Corporation’s case study: How we’re building and engaging our fitness community

Come to our upcoming BlogWell: How Big Brands Use Social Media conference in Atlanta to hear UPS, The Home Depot, Coca-Cola, Solo Cup, Newell Rubbermaid, NCR Corporation, DeVry University, and Georgia-Pacific share 8 great case studies on corporate social media. You’ll learn how to get started, get past roadblocks, and make your social media program […]

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Newsletter #818: The “Make it Personal” Issue

[Welcome back to the Damn, I Wish I Thought of That! newsletter. This is text of the great issue all of our email subscribers just received. Sign yourself up using the handy form on the right.] Any time you make something more familiar, more contextual, or more personal for your fans and customers, the better off […]

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