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SMC Presents: Mad Men & Women of the New Millennium

Today, 200 communications professionals from the corporate, nonprofit, real estate, healthcare, and education sectors joined us for our 23rd SM& Presents panel, “Mad Men & Women of the New Millennium: Communicating Your Brand in the Age of Integrated Media.” We were honored to be joined by a panel of all-star communicators from leading brands, moderated…

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How to Survive ‘Mobilegeddon’ 2015

April 21, 2015 marks the day that the world’s largest search giant Google is making some pretty significant changes to its algorithm – some are calling it ‘mobilegeddon’. The update, which Google announced back in February, is designed to penalize sites that have not been deemed “mobile-friendly”. About 60% of online traffic now comes from mobile…

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Insights from the Corner Office

What do you get when you put four dynamic and game changing CEOs in a room together with a well-known and respected marketer who has launched 25 brands?  The answer:  A lot of great takeaways. Last week the Harvard Business School Association of Boston had its 7th Annual CEO Roundtable—Building Leading Brands and Driving Growth.…

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Journalism Sure Could Use a Little Good News

The title of this blog is ripped from one of my favorite songs about the news business. (It’s right up there with Fleetwood Mac’s Murrow Turning over in His Grave and Don Henley’s Dirty Laundry). Anne Murray’s 1983 tune laments the tidal wave of depressing news of the day: the economy, fighting in Lebanon and…

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The Brigham Shooting: Another Case for Preparedness

Two years ago this spring, in the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombings, we were reminded once again that our city’s hospitals are among the greatest in the world; our medical professionals among the most skilled and passionate. But just as critical was the entire community’s training and readiness for a crisis. It was credited…

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