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"I" of the Consumer Week in Review

One month left in 2012, one step closer to the last day on the Mayan calendar. While we’re all still here, it’s time to start wrapping things up in your 2012 marketing plan. Take a look back and evaluate what worked this year, what didn’t, and what you had planned to do but never got to. Most of you are probably already deep into 2013 planning, and it’s important that we think about the lessons we learned this year and apply them to those plans.

If you spent the last week catching up after Thanksgiving, you may have missed these posts:

  1. Little Things 18 – Go Mobile
  2. Difference Between Marketing and Advertising
  3. 5 Ways to Scare off Potential Customers
  4. 5 Financial Tips for Starting Internet Marketing

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