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9 Essential Social Media Management Tools For Agencies

Article written by Charli and published at Hubstaff, leaders in employee communication software. Providing social media marketing services seems like a glamorous job. Agencies have unlimited resources at their disposal such as a team of writers, graphic designers, social media managers and campaign planners plus unlimited budget and an expensive coffee machine … Right? In

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Pride Marketing Campaigns I’m Loving This Month

Summer is here with June being one of my favourite times of year. Why? Because it’s nearly my Birthday (hint) and also it’s Pride Month. And while the diversity, strength and equality of the LGBT community should be celebrated daily, it’s a good opportunity to acknowledge inclusivity and acceptance. It’s great to see so many

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Dear You

Dear you, I was only twenty three You were older then Dear you, you’re the one who got away Even though I told you to. Dear you. Dear you, in the starry lane Kissing me hard in the pouring rain. Dear you, with your lips like summer wine And your hands like ice. Dear you.

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5 Stages of Team Development: What You Need to Know

Article written by Charli and published at Hubstaff, the home of smarter team communications. “Great things in business are never done by one person. They are done by a team of people.” – Steve Jobs It doesn’t matter what your organization does or sells. At its core is human talent. And for your business to

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Here Are the Biggest Team Communication Challenges, and Strategies to Solve Them

Article written by Charli and published at Hubstaff, leaders in team communication software. When creative minds, analytical thinkers, and customer-focused team members work toward a common goal, great things happen. Whether you’re powering through a joint project or you’re a part of a busy team, an effective communication strategy is essential. Unfortunately, it’s ineffective team

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Hers

Hers was a chameleon soul Flitting with the moons ebbs and whims A freewheeling compass That led her dancing in riddles A blur of soft kisses on the shoreline And kaleidoscope lights in her mirror A million smiles shattered on the landscape And split between them Each claiming he knew her Each an affinity with

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Why Marketers Need to Stop Being the Fake News They Hate

Falsehood flies and truth comes limping after it. This famous quote by Jonathan Swift, the author of Gulliver’s Travels, may have been wonderfully hyperbolic a couple of centuries ago but it’s as relevant as ever in this day and age due to the presence and dominance of fake news. Incorrect statistics and fabricated stories are

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Want a Less Invasive Teramind Alternate? We Found Five of the Best

Article written by Charli and published at Hubstaff, the home of smarter team communications. “Big Brother is Watching You,” stated George Orwell in his chilling classic 1984. That sentence has become synonymous with privacy concerns, government spying and intrusion into our personal data. However, it has also grown to be associated with employee tracking software

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2 Years On – Director Learning Lessons

Being a director means getting a pedi at your desk and swanning off for extended lunches, right? As Creative Director of Contentworks Agency – a leading marketing agency for the fintech and finance sectors, I’ve certainly learnt a whole lot over the past 24-months. And as our brand prepares to celebrate its 2-year birthday, it’s time for

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6 Things PR Agencies Need to Do With Social Media

Originally published at AgoraPulse, the social media management experts. Using social media effectively is essential for a good PR agency, especially for one about to add social media to its services for clients. Let us tell you 6 Things PR Agencies Need to Do With Social Media  1. Just Listen The first thing a great PR

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