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Our Hearts and Minds are Bored with Lazy Language

Posted by Scott on March 18, 2014 | 0 comments

Our Hearts and Minds are Bored with Lazy Language

Today’s spokespeople—and the media themselves—have gotten lazy with language, especially television media. I find myself shaking my head more often than my poor, sore neck is prepared for.

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The Walking Dead: Why does America Love them So Much?

Posted by Scott on February 24, 2014 | 0 comments

The Walking Dead: Why does America Love them So Much?

It’s beyond question “The Walking Dead” is a phenomenon. It’s America’s number-one television show, it has sparked its own one-hour talk show, and its viewership surpassed that of the Winter Olympics the Sunday night they both aired. The interesting question is, “Why?”

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Is Facebook’s New Business-Page Model Soaking Small Business?

Posted by Scott on January 3, 2014 | 0 comments

Is Facebook’s New Business-Page Model Soaking Small Business?

Facebook is not going away, at least for the time being, and nothing in this blog post is intended to suggest that you eliminate Facebook as a part of your marketing plan. New developments at Facebook, however, raise the question: Should Facebook be your primary social media marketing tool when there are so many other social media outlets available for marketing your business?

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Dear Clients: We Can Guarantee You a Top Google Ranking!

Posted by Scott on December 12, 2013 | 2 comments

Dear Clients: We Can Guarantee You a Top Google Ranking!

Actually, no we can’t. Among the practices I find most disturbing in the field of web development is the email spamming of site owners and inexperienced web designers touting unrealistic promises to achieve top Google rankings.

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Remembering Pearl Harbor: A role for Public Relations?

Posted by Scott on December 7, 2013 | 0 comments

Remembering Pearl Harbor: A role for Public Relations?

Seventy-two years ago today, the former Japanese empire launched a sneak attack on military bases at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. While today Americans nominally recognize this as a day of remembrance and mourning, the significance of this event seems to have diminished with time. Why?

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