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For marketers, the focus this Thanksgiving was on Black Friday. Or should we call it Black Thursday? For the first time, some stores started their sales Thanksgiving night. Thousands of Americans skipped Thanksgiving dinner to wait in line for “once in a lifetime” deals, only to learn that the most coveted items were limited to as few as two per store.
Last week I joined 1,000 other online (or inbound) marketers in Boston to hear Guy Kawasaki, Brian Halligan and Dharmesh Shah talk about the future of inbound marketing – and to finally meet one hundred or so other HubSpot partners “In Real Life."
It happened again today. I got a phone call from an entrepreneur seeking advice about how to grow his business.
If there’s one mantra I repeat over and over, it’s “Don’t preach to the deep green choir.”
Three years into Twitter now, and great things still happen. A few weeks ago, a sharp eyed tweeter caught my blog post about best practices for hiring interns in sustainable businesses. The result? An invitation to our intern, Adrienne Weil, to blog about her experience working with 4GreenPs.
By now, you’ve probably read some marketing and sustainability trend forecasts for 2011. Why another? Because there’s not another one out there exactly like this one!
If you’re a marketer of “green,” “eco-friendly,” “natural,” “sustainable,” or “organic” products, today’s date – December 10, 2010 – should be circled on your calendar.