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How to avoid the Noid | Points of Interest November 12

But why would you want to avoid the Noid? It’s time to get nostalgic for comforting things: pizza in under 30 minutes, silly brand mascots and good, ol’ fashioned storytelling! We’ve spun 6 yarns for you,...

School’s in session | Points of Interest August 27

While the kids get ready to go back (either in-person or online), we’ve got some virtual learning for you - packed into six nugget-sized lessons. (Read all six and you get a gold star on the chalkboard.)

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Feel the burn … melt away | Points of Interest August 13

The topics of this week’s issue include data privacy, project management and work-from-home burnout. That alone can raise your stress level. BUT, we’ve included some plans within these tidbits to lighten your load and illuminate some light bulbs...

The summer of pork? | Points of Interest July 30

We knew this summer was gonna be different (thank you, pandemic). But that doesn’t mean marketing takes a three-month vacation. The Pork Council’s letting pigs fly to try and save restaurants! While they help North Carolina barbecue, we’ll...

A picture’s worth 1,000 w… | Points of Interest June 25

What? Where? Weasels? Oh, words! Yes, images speak volumes about our business brand and personal brand, so look deep into these POIs to discover how photos and design can perform wonders for your bottom line.

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Be transparent, not invisible | Points of Interest May 29

Health care front line workers are inspiring the world in this time of crisis. We are also learning from health care marketers, whose dedication to information transparency will inspire trust even after we turn the corner on the...

A-wop-bop-a-loo-bop | Points of Interest May 18

A lot of people discovered rock pioneer Little Richard’s Wikipedia page this week following his passing. If a potential new client had a Wiki page, that’s likely one place we’d begin discovering things about them - discovery being...

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