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Proper Care and Feeding of Your Marketer (or What a Marketer Should Examine When Taking on a New Role)

Please don’t roll your eyes and assume this is a whiny piece about how much control we marketers feel we should have over one aspect of business or another. 1,082 more words


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Modernist Marketing helps organizations and non-profits launch products, refocus corporate missions and refine audience engagement. 87 more words

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Reading on Airplanes - Branding Faith

Just back from a business trip to Florida to meet with a client. Since I can’t sleep on planes, I used my time in the air to read… 40 more words

CSR for a Cause: Is Corporate Participation in Cause Awareness Events Worthwhile?

Contributor: Justine Dodgen

Many companies use volunteerism as a way to engage employees in sustainability efforts and as a way to increase visibility in their communities. 514 more words


4 reasons your charity needs to be on periscope

Periscope is currently the fastest growing social media platform out there. Earlier this week Kim Garst published a blog post about the 6 reasons your business needs to be on periscope. 84 more words


Four Reasons Why Non-Profits Must use Social Media and Blog

Presently there are about 133 million plus blogs globally.  The virtual world doesn’t need more bloggers, right? Wrong.  In the last two years that I have been blogging on development challenges in Africa here, I have come to the conclusion that blogging is an essential part of successful non-profit strategy. 698 more words


The Power of NGO’s Social Influence

Contributor: Deanna Hendrick

Not only are CSR corporations using social media as a tool to discuss responsibility and sustainability, but also NGO’s are using this tool effectively to either compliment a company on their CSR practices or target corporations for their lack or effort. 734 more words