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Why You Shouldn’t Say “There’s More” In Your Marketing Copy

My blogging this week is going to be sparse. Between the holiday and moving this week, I think I’ll be lucky to just get the weekly video of the week in. I do have one thought for today, however. Why … Continue reading

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3 Things I Learned From The Car With 1000 Stickers

Today I was with a friend when we parked behind a most unusual car on the street outside his house. I wish I had taken a picture of the car. The only way to describe it is that the back … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Visa’s ‘Go World’ Should Go Away

Today we have a guest post from none other than my own brother, Mike Seaver…no, not that Mike Seaver…my brother Mike Seaver. Anyway, he’s on the pastoral staff at Crossway Community Church in Charlotte, North Carolina, but he sent me … Continue reading

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Traditional Marketing Doesn’t Matter As Much (As It Used To)

Last week I was in a meeting with people from a number of different organizations all discussing a common issue. I was the “social media” guy at the table with a few traditional marketers with various specialties along with non-marketing … Continue reading

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