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Leslie Carruthers Search Guru

Guest Blogger – Leslie Carruthers: Gain more visibility for your business with your site by using Google Webmaster Tools

May 9, 2013

You work hard on your site, highlighting the products and services that you sell, and you’re proud of what you’ve done. But, you still aren’t getting the traffic that you want and wonder, why not? What am I doing wrong?

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Sharon Toerek Legal and Creative

Guest Blogger – Sharon Toerek: Content Creation: Legally Speaking

February 20, 2013

My friends at designRoom Creative have creatively chosen the theme of words, copy and content for this month’s blog. They have graciously asked me to share thoughts about legal questions that word choices can create in marketing, branding or advertising. I’m always happy for the opportunity to talk (write) about protecting original creative work. The choice and use of words and content raises specific legal issues to think about early in the creative process. These are some of the ones that I see most often in my practice.

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Jordana Revella Orosz

Guest Blogger – Jordana Revella: Marketing automation: Let’s get there in one piece

January 31, 2013

What does a new year mean to a marketer? In my experience as an in-house marketer and a consultant, I find it usually means tackling a new technical monster project that — if it doesn’t eat us up — improves message relevancy, effectiveness and ROI. In years past, such projects for me have included researching and implementing an HTML email marketing solution, an online meeting solution, and a content managed website solution.

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Why Logos Matter

Why Logos Matter

November 8, 2012

This month, dRC will be discussing one of my favorite things to design – logos. First off, it is important to know that your logo is NOT your brand. The term “brand” can be confusing because it has evolved from its origins on the ranch, branding cattle with a hot iron to signify ownership, through the early days of advertising, during which “brand” simply described a logo or package design, to what it means today, sort of a catch-all word.

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