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If you haven't shifted to a customer-centric strategy - you're falling behind!🏃‍♀️😫  Kathy Cunningham speaks at the Women in Automotive conference about how to position your brand for modern retailing and address customer expectations in a meaningful way! Watch Kathy's full keynote…

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How to Measure Success in Marketing

For marketing, measures of success for your social media efforts are also important. While there’s no hard and fast rule that defines success, here’s some food for thought: Different Levels of Success Very Successful You planned and executed your campaign…

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SOCIAL MEDIA NEWS: LA Times reports new law that requires social media sites give minors a DELETE option!

REPRINT OF LA TIMES ARTICLE: By Melanie Mason and Patrick McGreevy

Gov. Jerry Brown approved a new law Monday giving young people the ability to remove embarrassing information they post on Internet social networking sites.

California is now the first state in the nation to require websites such as Facebook to give minors a way to take down photos and other posts from their sites, according to Common Sense Media, a nonprofit group that promotes children’s privacy in digital media and tracks federal and state legislation on the issue.

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