Month in a Minute April: 6 marketing stories from around the web we think you’ll love

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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.

Month in a Minute: 6 stories from around the web we think you’ll love

  1. A journalist spent two weeks in the underbelly of Amazon’s fake review economy and emerged questioning our collective trust in the stars.
  2. Customer experience > customer service. What this fake brand’s pop-up can teach us about the power of events.
  3. Looking for a new product designer? Look no further than Utah State University’s first graduating class of the Outdoor Product Design and Development Program.
  4. Couldn’t make it to the 2019 Bicycle Leadership Conference? Check out Bicycle Retailer and Industry News10 take-aways from the event.
  5. Bridging the gap between sales, marketing and product to create better consumer experiences.
  6. REI launched a gear rental program in 115 doors giving customers opportunities to make more sustainable choices while experiencing high-priced gear before making a purchase.
Written By

Connor Jones , Sr. Manager of PR and Communications

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