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Analyzing Mad Men

"The 12 critical essays in this collection offer a broad, interdisciplinary approach to this highly relevant television show, examining Mad Men as a cultural barometer for contemporary concerns with consumerism, capitalism and sexism. A detailed cast list and episode guide are included"--Provided by publisher.

Study: Majority of SMBs Struggle to Integrate Marketing Tools - MarTech Advisor

Josh Braaten, Director of Marketing − Website Conversion at LeadPages presents findings of a survey of 1,000+ small-business marketers concluding that there's a big disconnect between small business owners' goals and the marketing tactics they're... Small businesses want to expand their marketing efforts in 2016. But few of them have the technological tools and knowledge they need to get there. That's the overarching message in a recent survey of more than 1,000 U. S. small business owners about their marketing practices, challenges, and goals. In December, LeadPages and Infusionsoft commissioned a study of 1,026 self-identified owners and managers of small businesses via Google Consumer Surveys to create the 2016 Small Business Marketing Trends Report. The main findings hint at a disconnect between the marketing goals and the methods used to reach them:. The majority of SMBs (52%) use fewer than three digital marketing properties/platforms, including their website and social media. Nearly half (49%) of all small business owners and managers say they don’t know whether their marketing efforts are effective. SMBs will be more than twice as likely to invest in additional awareness (51%) in 2016 as they will be to invest in conversion efforts such as email marketing (25%) and landing page tools (22%). Turning leads into customers will be the number one... Although SMBs say their biggest marketing challenge is turning leads into customers, their marketing efforts are anchored at the top of the marketing funnel. The only digital marketing asset used by a majority (71%) of small business marketers was their website. Meanwhile, tools that directly support lead generation (such as landing pages) and sales (such as sending marketing emails or following up with leads with the help of a CRM) are used by fewer than 40% of small business marketers. Only 25% plan to budget more for email marketing in 2016, and about 1 in 5 (22%) plan to invest more in building landing pages. Without the help of focused, targeted landing pages and automated email marketing, the 51% of respondents who plan to invest more in digital advertising are unlikely to see an optimal return on investment. With nearly half (47%) of all small business owners and managers reporting that they are a one-person marketing show, it stands to reason that they’re spread too thin to create a marketing machine. Being able to integrate multiple technologies may also present a challenge given that many of the 1,876 marketing technologies available today don’t integrate with one another without advanced knowledge or resources. The overwhelming complexity and number of choices may be why up to 21% of small businesses will be avoiding digital marketing in 2016 altogether. For the complete survey results (and more in-depth analysis), read the full 2016 Small Business Marketing Trends Report here. We see this as the first edition of an annual study focused on understanding and empowering small business marketers, and we're curious to see how these trends will shift next year.


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Rogan Josh Lamb Curry Recipe (bay leaves, black pepper, cardamom, ginger, lamb, onions, garlic, peppercorn, water, yogurt, vegetable oil, coriander, cumin, paprika)

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Curry Chicken & Cauliflower (Low Carb) (chicken, cauliflower, chili powder, cumin, curry sauce, garam masala, garlic, green pepper, onions, yogurt, water)


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AGG’s Annual Golf Scramble - American Gold Gymnastics
Thank you to all the golfers, sponsors, staff, and volunteers who made the 12th Annual American Gold Gymnastics Golf Scramble a huge success! We had a great day ...


Christmas Ornament 2013
Three of our Fargo-area North Dakota National Guard Youth Council members, along with Nikki Braaten, Child & Youth Program coordinator, crafted an ornament for the White House Christmas tree this year. Each state provides one ornament to represent the state and the National Guard. Youth Council members Leah, Josh and Elizabeth, whose parents serve in the North Dakota National Guard, met one evening and collaborated on what each youth thought North Dakota stood for and crafted the ornament. The brown represents the rich soil, the green represents the agriculture and the yellow represents the corn, sunflowers and support of the North Dakota military. The youths spent three hours creating the ornament while following specific guidelines.
SMBMSP #44 – Interactive Project Management & More
A Conversation with the Geek Girls Guide March 30, 2012 514 Studios, Minneapolis, MN Photo by Josh Braaten
SMBMSP #44 – Interactive Project Management & More
A Conversation with the Geek Girls Guide March 30, 2012 514 Studios, Minneapolis, MN Photo by Josh Braaten

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