Man it feels good to be back blogging! Since my last blog post, social media has only grown more popular. In the near future, I will expanding on the topics on my blog posts; however I will still be heavily focused on transparency and authenticity. Thank you for your patience and I look forward to reading your comments.
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- Switch For Marketers: How To Change Things When Change Is Hard April 15, 2011 Christopher Runyon
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