Month in a Minute Feb ‘20: 10 marketing stories from around the web we think you’ll love

Modern Marketing


Feb.24.20
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Every day there are more than 3 million blogs posts created, more than 4 million hours of content uploaded to YouTube and well north of 5 billion Google searches. With our Month in a Minute series we save you from the bottomless pit of the Internet and serve you up 10 stories from recent weeks that we think you’ll love. 

 

  1. Never mind the internet. Here’s what’s killing traditional retail stores.
  2. Why you need to invest in sales associates at smaller retailers.
  3. Burton names John Lacy as CEO, owner Donna Carpenter becomes chair of the Burton board of directors.
  4. Deer overpopulation meets its match: Women who hunt.
  5. The brand/customer relationship shouldn’t end once the receipt is printed - customer service wins from ExpertVoice experts. 
  6. REI Co-op ranks on Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For list for 23rd consecutive year.
  7. The Boy Scouts of America said on Tuesday that it had filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
  8. Increased customer interaction builds competitive advantage and strengthens loyalty.
  9. Looking for new hunt or fishing gear? Find out what experts recommend.
  10. Why offline identity is key in a cookieless future

 

Have a story you think should be featured in next month's edition? Share it with connor.jones(at)expertvoice.com.

Written By

Connor Jones , Sr. Manager of PR and Communications
ExpertVoice

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