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PR Crisis

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Speeding bullets are of little concern to superheroes. But for mere mortals who lack chests of steel and magic bracelets, metal projectiles can be deadly.

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Mentoring

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Did you know that 71% of Fortune 500 companies rely on mentoring for personal development?

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Customer Service

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The customer is always right. But, the customer isn't always right, but he or she always comes first with customer service.

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Shoestring Marketing

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It's a tough reality, with direct implications on the marketing budget. What's a business owner to do when the economy stumbles?

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Logo Placement Matters!

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Employees at a Walgreens are actively working stocking and facing shelves, having a logo on the back of the shirt makes it very easy to find help!

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Slides Are Not Handouts

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Okay, hold on tight. This might rock your world a bit. You know those conference handouts that are really just miniatures of the speaker's presentation?

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Commitment

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Commitment enables you to be fearless in the face of obstacles so that you can turn obstacles into opportunities and personal development.

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Integration 101: A crash course in comprehensive marketing

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You flip on the morning news and watch it out the corner of your eye as you simultaneously check your e-mail and do a little Web surfing online.

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Guest Post: John Van Den Brandt Shares a Story Behind the Photography in Our Wildlife Calendar

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Wildlife photography is one of my passions and I'm proud of the images contained in this year's calendar which is also a perfect promotion.

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Open House

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People have a natural curiosity about how their favorite products get made. For some brand loyalists, a factory tour is akin to a pilgrimage.

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