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Magnani Caruso Dutton, Chicago, IL

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Don't Forget the Tried and True

Up Your Game | Danny Flamberg
October 1, 2014

Email is a pivitol marketing vehicle for retailers both online and off, because nearly everyone online uses it. We each average about 416 commercial messages per month. Ninety-one percent of us check email at least once a day and 70% admit to always openings emails from their favorite companies. Seventy-four percent say it's their preferred channel for receiving commercial messages. Social media is fun, but email gets the job done.

Honest Mistakes: What to Say and Why Not to Say It

Honest Mistakes: What to Say and Why Not to Say It

Jerry Northup
October 1, 2014

Each and every organization I’ve spent time with has encouraged me and others to speak their mind about issues important to personal growth or company direction. I’ve never found an example where an “open-door policy” wasn’t in place. So it has always amused me when groups of 40, 50, or mo...

Hollywood Warms Up to Climate Change, Gets Cold Response

Hollywood Warms Up to Climate Change, Gets Cold Response

Shawn Paul Wood
October 1, 2014

Typically, Hollywood gets behind one cause as a collective front. From child abduction to hashtagging on the Red Carpet, it’s like they have their own Intranet discussing “What do we shill next?" Enter climate change into the fray of the beautiful people. Lately, movie stars have been vocally...

How Will California’s Plastic Bag Ban Affect Your Product?

How Will California’s Plastic Bag Ban Affect Your Product?

Cindy Wendland
October 1, 2014

At the grocery store, there are people that bring in their own bags — conscious consumers. There are people that use the plastic bags the store offers — most consumers. There are people that ask for paper in plastic — high-maintenance consumers. California is proposing a law banning single-use...

Could Ello Unseat Facebook?

Could Ello Unseat Facebook?

Jessica Cherok
September 30, 2014

Facebook’s real-name policy may have inadvertently led to the rise of a new social media site, Ello. The site, which launched in May of this year, has experienced a sharp rise in interest, and may be signaling the end of an era for Facebook. The real-name policy on Facebook requires users to go...