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Tools for making you better Gmailer and Marketer

      In today’s busy social media world we quickly forget how important emails really are. Here are two tools I use daily to help me be a better Gmail user and provide greater service for my clients. (Note they also work for other email programs like Outlook)   Smartr Inbox   Smartr Inbox,

 
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Productivity – Keyboard Shortcuts For Gmail [Infographic]

Make Quick Work Of Your Daily Email With These Gmail Shortcuts! Gmail plays a key role in the online marketing endeavors of majority of internet marketers today. The speed, flexibility, applications and shortcuts make it an important part of online productivity for many. Here’s some popular Gmail keyboard shortcuts that are built right in! See

 
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The Social Media Marketing Industry [INFOGRAPHIC]

In less than a decade, social media has revolutionised the way that products and services are promoted online, with brands and marketers looking to capitalise on these tools with innovative campaigns that engage and delight existing and prospective customers. The road hasn’t always been smooth – marketers are still struggling to accurately measure social media

 
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DIY: 5 Free Tools for Creating Killer Infographics

To paraphrase from The Social Network a bit here, a million (words) isn’t cool, you know what’s cool? An infographic. Nowadays, people don’t have the time or energy to sit and plow through pages or screens of text; they want to be able to ingest information as quickly and easily as possible. Thankfully, with the

 
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Are Retailers Ready for Big Data? (infographic)

Big data is changing business. Retailers can now compile and analyze massive, detailed datasets that standard software never could. But big data isn’t just big — it’s young. A poll of marketing, retail and IT professionals conducted by Brick Meets Click found most respondents had only heard of big data within the last three years.

 
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