5 Marketing Trends to Implement in 2019

Digital marketing is constantly evolving. There is no “secret sauce” to an awesome digital strategy – it’s about constantly learning, tinkering, and innovating as technology changes. As social media algorithms change and clients want more, it’s important to be even more creative in order to help brands grow. Chatbots are the future. As society becomes…

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Miss Michigan Proves America Is Tired of Flint Crisis Excuses

The Miss America Organization has had a rollercoaster of a year, thanks in part to its decision to respond to the cultural shift we’ve seen. But from the leadership changes to new branding to the elimination of the swimsuit competition, one shift in particular could end making a greater difference than most. After announcing the…

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Megyn Kelly Taught Me to Settle For More

I picked up a copy of Megyn Kelly’s newest book ‘Settle For More’ while waiting in an airport and did something I haven’t done in a long time: I read the whole thing in one sitting. In her debut book, she takes the reader behind the scenes to explain how she became known as one…

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If You Don’t Vote, You Can Still Complain

This article was originally published on May 3, 2016. Ah, it’s Indiana Primary Day, baby. And as a lifelong Hoosier, I’ve never seen more yard signs, rallies, and political ads in a primary season than in 2016. Presidential candidates on both sides have made stops across our state and it’s actually kind of cool to…

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Lorelai the libertarian

This article was originally published on the We Are Libertarians website on April 8, 2016. Airing from 2000-2007, the comedy-drama television series, Gilmore Girls, followed the atypical (and sometimes enviable) mother-daughter relationship between Lorelai and Rory Gilmore. Created by Amy Sherman-Palladino, the series developed a cult-following due to the witty writing, fast dialogue, and dynamic cast of…

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How to Cure Online Slacktivism

This article was originally published on October 5, 2015. We’ve all experienced it. Profile pictures changed to colored ribbons. Cartoon characters assigned to timelines. Multiple “shares” and “likes” for non-profits on social media. Since the dawn of the internet, your hippest and most politically active Facebook friends have been able to fill you in on…

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