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Online Marketing: Try These 3 Techniques to Tempt Targets

Teddy Snyder | Smart marketers: Check out these suggestions for teasers to get people to open that email or click on your social media link.

Theda C. Snyder - December 1, 2021
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Turn Leisure Reading into Marketing Gold

Teddy Snyder | Funneling information to your clients from the books you read marks you as an expert who stays on top of the news in your field

Theda C. Snyder - November 22, 2021
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Has Texting Triumphed?

Teddy Snyder | Have email and voicemail gone by the wayside?

Theda C. Snyder - October 21, 2021
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Don’t Say This to a Survivor

Teddy Snyder | There is nothing lucky about needing surgery. The business chief who uncovers IP theft is not lucky. Yet we misuse this phrase regularly.

Theda C. Snyder - October 7, 2021
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Recycle Your Bottles, Cans and Work Product

Teddy Snyder | You regularly create quality content in your briefs and memoranda. Here are ways to recycle that document you’ve already created into marketing content.

Theda C. Snyder - September 20, 2021
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Ditch These Super Trendy Hacks

Teddy Snyder | Perhaps the newest words in general use will become generally accepted. Wouldn’t that be groovy?

Theda C. Snyder - August 4, 2021
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Another Thing Spell-check Doesn’t Know

Teddy Snyder | I am finally fed up with spell-check's inability to recognize an indirect object.

Theda C. Snyder - May 6, 2021
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Aberrant Apostrophes

Get to the Point! People who really should know better just love to insert apostrophes where they don’t belong.

Theda C. Snyder - February 1, 2021
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Put Some Color Into Your Vocabulary

Get to the Point! | A forest drive can be a quarantine-approved way to enjoy the reds, golds and oranges of autumn. It could also get you thinking about making your communications more colorful.

Theda C. Snyder - November 10, 2020
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Ditch the Zombie Nouns Starting This Halloween

Get to the Point! | Lawyers are notorious for adding suffix upon suffix to kill off perfectly serviceable action verbs to replace them with monsters: zombie nouns.

Theda C. Snyder - October 27, 2020
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