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Campbell Ewald, W Hollywood, CA

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4 Personal Branding Habits of Highly Successful People

Career Oxygen | Catherin Kaputa
July 7, 2015

Why are some people successful while other talented people fall short? Desire and talent are always the main ingredients for achievement. However, highly successful people stand out not so much because of what they know or even who they know, but because of how they brand themselves.

Reading on Paper and on a Screen – 'Equally Engaging'

Reading on Paper and on a Screen – 'Equally Engaging'

Doug Bedell
July 7, 2015

The Columbia Journalism Review has come up with an interesting finding on the difference between reading on paper and on a screen – there essentially is none. That was the result for reading “a heart-wrenching true story that prompted empathy and emotional engagement.” ...

Who Deleted Me?

Who Deleted Me?

Jennifer Graber
July 7, 2015

There it is — the Facebook logo. You log on, and a wave of terror comes over you. Something has changed; your friends list has inexplicably dwindled. You are no closer to solving this mystery than you are to finding the lost city of Atlantis, but there is hope for this unthinkable first-world prob...

The Relaunch of the Agency Model

The Relaunch of the Agency Model

Dwayne W. Waite Jr.
July 7, 2015

There is no doubt that agencies are facing a hostile environment. Agencies not only need to prove why they are needed, but they also need to perform on a higher-than-expected model in order to prove their value. ​Not an easy position to be in. The question is, then, what can the agency do to...

As Writers, Shouldn’t We Know You’re from Your?

As Writers, Shouldn’t We Know You’re from Your?

Cindy Wendland
July 7, 2015

OK, I have a pet peeve about people using the wrong word. Choosing to use it’s vs. its is not that hard. Choosing when to use you’re and your is simple too. Why do we struggle with this and keep getting it wrong? Why do I read articles in print that can’t get it right? Let’s take a little gr...