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"I" of the Consumer Week in Review

Two weeks from Labor Day Weekend and the unofficial end of the summer. I hope you got the most out of this summer that you possibly could. Take a moment to reflect on the last couple of months and if there is any part of your questioning whether or not you took advantage of the season, take a day or two before the end of August off and do something with it. You deserve it at this point in the year. No excuses.

If you were out of the office in the last week, you may have missed the following posts:

  1. Little Things 3 – Image Tags
  2. Marketing by Standing Out
  3. How Companies Can and Should Act Like People
  4. How to Sell Anything Online

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