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Tech Comm=Customer Satisfaction. Or So It Should Be.

As I continue to study my digital marketing course, and I start to delve more into trying to understand content marketing, to me, I end up going back to my foundation, which is customer service and consumer relations, and how that … Continue reading

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Plain language always wins. Always.

I love it when I’m inspired to write a blog post due to something that I read through social media. In this case, this morning I saw a Facebook post written by Jack Molisani, author of Be The Captain of … Continue reading

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Back to School (as a TechCommGeekMom)

Someone mentioned to me recently that as “TechCommGeekMom” that I seem to concentrate on being the “TechCommGeek” than the “Mom” in my posts. I don’t think that’s necessarily true, since I do talk about my son often enough, but it’s … Continue reading

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Harvard Business Review: I Won’t Hire People Who Use Poor Grammar. Here’s Why.

Harvard Business Review: I Won’t Hire People Who Use Poor Grammar. Here’s Why. An English professor friend of mine posted this on Facebook, and it struck a chord with me. While I will never claim to be an expert grammarian … Continue reading

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