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Hey Marketers, Get Your Priorities Straight

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I'm thrilled to announce that my first book is now available in paperback and eBook! Here's where you can get it:
Amazon.com – to get a paperback copySearch an eBook store for the book (Kindle, Apple iBook, Nook, Google Play, and Vook)Free PDF (based on the print version)Infographic based on chapter six of the book I invite you to consider leaving a review of the book wherever you acquired it. If you downloaded the PDF, I ask that you please write a review of it on Amazon — it's the least you can do for a free book, right?!

#marketingpriorities
Join the conversation about setting marketing priorities by using #marketingpriorities on your preferred social networks. Share the marketing tactics you’ve prioritized and those you’ve decided to skip. If you read my book and share it with a friend, I'd love to give you a free button. Just let me know.

Independent Reviews
If you're looking to give a review of the book on your own media channel, here are the basics of my book; u…

Happy Fourth Birthday to My Blog

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Four More Years!
I can't believe I've kept this blog going for four years. Thank you to all who have supported me, shared my writing, and contributed ideas throughout these years. I couldn't have done this without you.

Taking it to the Next Level
I'm excited to announce that I've taken my writing to the next level and written a book. It is called, Hey Marketers, Get Your Priorities Straight. I'll be self-publishing the book within the next few weeks, so be sure to check it out when it comes out.

I'll be giving a TEDx talk at UIC on April 12th in which I outline a few of the basic ideas of my book. There will be a live stream of the event online and I'll post a link to it and the recorded video once I have them.

This Year's Posts
Looking back over the past year, I had five favorite posts. In case you missed them, here they are:
Only Old People Choose Butter Pecan Ice CreamDiapers May Provide a New Market for RedboxLessons I've Learned from Starting My O…