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Tracy Lewis

Tracy Lewis is the director of talent and a senior consultant at PR 20/20. She is also the community manager for Marketing Agency Insider. She joined the agency in March 2009 after graduating from Ohio University. Full bio.
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Clean Up Your Business' Online Presence

Posted by Tracy Lewis on November 22, 2016

My favorite local hangout is a restaurant less than five minutes from my house. The large food portions, reasonable prices and friendly staff keep my husband and me returning. But, they weren’t always right down the street. Before moving to their current location, they were 10 minutes up the road.

When they announced the opening of the new, larger space, most established customers followed them eagerly. But would new customers be able to find this hidden gem?

That depends on where they are looking.

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Does the thought of a job interview make you squirm, as if you are about to face the Spanish Inquisition? It doesn’t have to be that way.

In my experiences (as both an interviewee and interviewer), I’ve learned that the right amount of preparation and a little know-how can take you far. Below are some basic tips to ace your next interview and land the marketing job of your dreams.

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In a Manhattan parlor, 500 people lined up, quarters in hand, to peek inside Thomas Edison’s moving picture machine, the Kinetoscope. It was April 1894—and the event marked the opening of the first commercial motion picture house. What followed was a media evolution unlike any seen before.

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Dropbox. LinkedIn. Microsoft.

What do these companies have in common?

They all employ growth-hacking techniques to drive success. Meaning, they run continual marketing and product experiments with scalable growth as the core objective—all along learning and applying new strategies to expand the business.

But how do you do it? In the SXSW 2015 session, “Secrets of Growth Hacking: From Zero to $50 Million,” growth hackers Sean Ellis (@SeanEllis) and Tammy Camp (@TammyCamp) provided their first-hand experiences.

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Boards control the purse strings and power in many organizations, and achieving their support is often paramount to your success as a CMO. However, for many, board meetings are an elusive ordeal, in which you’re not quite sure what to present or how your marketing program is being evaluated.

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Marketing talent, technology and strategy gaps are very real, and they are impacting your business’ performance. But with obstacles come opportunities. Smart marketers who are able to adapt and overcome the challenges in their paths can exceed ROI expectations and outperform their competition.

Paul Roetzer’s newest book, The Marketing Performance Blueprint, draws on key findings and insights from dozens of industry reports, articles, books and interviews to demonstrate the gaps that exist in today’s marketing programs. The infographic below highlights some of our favorite findings.

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October 2013 data from Wanted Analytics found that digital advertising and marketing jobs grew at a 19% year-over-year increase from 2012 to 2013.

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We’re all publishers. Blogs and social networks have made it easier than ever for companies and individuals to be heard. Yet, with this opportunity comes great responsibility.

Everything we publish must withstand both legal and ethical standards, or we risk diminishing our brands and even our pocketbooks.

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How to Hire Inbound Marketers

Posted by Tracy Lewis on October 2, 2013

At age eight, I found my first four-leaf clover. My best friend and I were so excited that we mounted it on a small piece of cardboard—sure it was to be our newest lucky charm.

Not wanting to share, we then spent the next week scouring our backyards in search of a twin. We crawled on our knees, plucking the little weeds up one by one, analyzing them, and then tossing them aside.

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Will Feedburner, the free RSS management system that many of us have come to rely on, be discontinued? This has been a topic of discussion over the past few months, in response to several notable actions taken by Google:

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