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The Big Picture: Ask a Working Woman

The Big Picture

Talking to Strangers » July 19, 2006. If youre a working woman, participate in the AFL-CIOs 2006 Ask a Working Woman Survey , and your input will be presented "to every U.S. This blog is authored by Shawn Rossi, vice president for marketing and public relations at the Mississippi Hospital Association. Marketing. The Big Picture. A big-picture view of issues and trends affecting associations - in Mississippi and nationally. Shawn on Facebook.

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The Big Picture: The State of the Blogosphere (and the Blogoclump)

The Big Picture

» March 23, 2006. David Sifry , founder and CEO of Technorati, recently posted his first update of 2006 on the state of the blogosphere. Posted by: Jeff De Cagna | March 24, 2006 at 07:15 PM. Posted by: Kevin Holland | April 05, 2006 at 02:05 PM. This blog is authored by Shawn Rossi, vice president for marketing and public relations at the Mississippi Hospital Association. Marketing. The Big Picture.

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The Big Picture: Stamps to Become a Marketing Vehicle?

The Big Picture

The newest Acronym in Washington » May 25, 2006. Stamps to Become a Marketing Vehicle? Gary Elliott, vice president of brand marketing for HP, said stamps were a new "brand canvas." Posted at 10:07 AM in Marketing | Permalink. Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Stamps to Become a Marketing Vehicle? Posted by: LSD | May 25, 2006 at 12:52 PM. Marketing. The Big Picture.

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The Big Picture: What's your association's ROPI?

The Big Picture

Click Here » February 20, 2006. 6, 2006) , he recommends that in the midst of the Abramoff/lobbyist backlash businesses need to take notice of their return on political investment (ROPI) - a companys return on lobbying and campaign contributions. This blog is authored by Shawn Rossi, vice president for marketing and public relations at the Mississippi Hospital Association. Marketing. The Big Picture.

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The Big Picture: New International Survey on New Media Practices.

The Big Picture

Most overused phrases in press releases » December 05, 2006. Posted by: Amanda Chapel | December 05, 2006 at 12:07 PM. This blog is authored by Shawn Rossi, vice president for marketing and public relations at the Mississippi Hospital Association. Marketing. The Big Picture. A big-picture view of issues and trends affecting associations - in Mississippi and nationally. Shawn on Facebook. Shawn on Twitter. Shawn on Google+. Shawn on Pinterest. Shawn on LinkedIn.

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The Big Picture: Five Best Books on Public Relations

The Big Picture

New International Survey on New Media Practices Uncovers Disparity in PR » November 27, 2006. I admire Edward Bernays for his great contribution to marketing and public relations. This blog is authored by Shawn Rossi, vice president for marketing and public relations at the Mississippi Hospital Association. Marketing. The Big Picture. A big-picture view of issues and trends affecting associations - in Mississippi and nationally. Shawn on Facebook.

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The Ugly Truth about Media Bias?and What It Means to PR - TypePad

The Big Picture

Five Best Books on Public Relations » October 17, 2006. This blog is authored by Shawn Rossi, vice president for marketing and public relations at the Mississippi Hospital Association. Marketing. The Big Picture. A big-picture view of issues and trends affecting associations - in Mississippi and nationally. Shawn on Facebook. Shawn on Twitter. Shawn on Google+. Shawn on Pinterest. Shawn on LinkedIn. « Out and About at the Tri-State Conference | Main.

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The Big Picture: Ethics as a Recruitment Tool

The Big Picture

Help Jeff Change This » September 12, 2006. This blog is authored by Shawn Rossi, vice president for marketing and public relations at the Mississippi Hospital Association. Marketing. The Big Picture. A big-picture view of issues and trends affecting associations - in Mississippi and nationally. Shawn on Facebook. Shawn on Twitter. Shawn on Google+. Shawn on Pinterest. Shawn on LinkedIn. « Talking to Strangers | Main.

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The Big Picture: Talking to Strangers

The Big Picture

Ethics as a Recruitment Tool » August 18, 2006. Posted by: John Wagner | August 19, 2006 at 02:31 PM. This blog is authored by Shawn Rossi, vice president for marketing and public relations at the Mississippi Hospital Association. Marketing. The Big Picture. A big-picture view of issues and trends affecting associations - in Mississippi and nationally. Shawn on Facebook. Shawn on Twitter. Shawn on Google+. Shawn on Pinterest. Shawn on LinkedIn.

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The Big Picture: The newest Acronym in Washington

The Big Picture

« Stamps to Become a Marketing Vehicle? Ask a Working Woman » June 21, 2006. And Ive heard through the grapevine that Jeff De Cagna has been working hard already on making sure that the 2006 meeting blog is a success.). Posted by: Jeff De Cagna | June 22, 2006 at 02:59 PM. This blog is authored by Shawn Rossi, vice president for marketing and public relations at the Mississippi Hospital Association. Marketing. The Big Picture.

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The Big Picture: Cell-Only Population Challenges National Polls

The Big Picture

Stamps to Become a Marketing Vehicle? » May 25, 2006. This blog is authored by Shawn Rossi, vice president for marketing and public relations at the Mississippi Hospital Association. Marketing. The Big Picture. A big-picture view of issues and trends affecting associations - in Mississippi and nationally. Shawn on Facebook. Shawn on Twitter. Shawn on Google+. Shawn on Pinterest. Shawn on LinkedIn. « Executives Not Quite Hot to Blog | Main.

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The Big Picture: Corporate Communications Aware of Podcasting.

The Big Picture

Executives Not Quite Hot to Blog » April 28, 2006. This blog is authored by Shawn Rossi, vice president for marketing and public relations at the Mississippi Hospital Association. Marketing. The Big Picture. A big-picture view of issues and trends affecting associations - in Mississippi and nationally. Shawn on Facebook. Shawn on Twitter. Shawn on Google+. Shawn on Pinterest. Shawn on LinkedIn. « Back to the Basics | Main.

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The Big Picture: Back to the Basics

The Big Picture

Corporate Communications Aware of Podcasting—But It Is Rarely Used or Listened To, According To New Poll » April 11, 2006. In the recent 2006 Online News Survey by Tek Group, 92% of journalists say that a company needs an online press room so they can access press releases. This blog is authored by Shawn Rossi, vice president for marketing and public relations at the Mississippi Hospital Association. Marketing. The Big Picture.

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The Big Picture: Words and Phrases That Trigger Some Spam Filters

The Big Picture

The Best Way to Have a Good Idea » February 27, 2006. Tracked on April 13, 2006 at 10:18 AM. Tracked on April 13, 2006 at 05:16 PM. Tracked on April 13, 2006 at 05:18 PM. Tracked on April 14, 2006 at 07:22 PM. This blog is authored by Shawn Rossi, vice president for marketing and public relations at the Mississippi Hospital Association. Marketing. The Big Picture.

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The Big Picture: Do You Squidoo?

The Big Picture

Back to the Basics » March 27, 2006. This blog is authored by Shawn Rossi, vice president for marketing and public relations at the Mississippi Hospital Association. Marketing. The Big Picture. A big-picture view of issues and trends affecting associations - in Mississippi and nationally. Shawn on Facebook. Shawn on Twitter. Shawn on Google+. Shawn on Pinterest. Shawn on LinkedIn. « The State of the Blogosphere (and the Blogoclump) | Main.

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The Big Picture: Click Here

The Big Picture

Words and Phrases That Trigger Some Spam Filters » February 27, 2006. Posted by: Kevin Holland | February 27, 2006 at 10:08 AM. Posted by: Ben | February 27, 2006 at 03:55 PM. This blog is authored by Shawn Rossi, vice president for marketing and public relations at the Mississippi Hospital Association. Marketing. The Big Picture. A big-picture view of issues and trends affecting associations - in Mississippi and nationally. Shawn on Facebook.

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The Big Picture: The Best Way to Have a Good Idea

The Big Picture

I Can Write 600 Words About Anything » February 28, 2006. This blog is authored by Shawn Rossi, vice president for marketing and public relations at the Mississippi Hospital Association. Marketing. The Big Picture. A big-picture view of issues and trends affecting associations - in Mississippi and nationally. Shawn on Facebook. Shawn on Twitter. Shawn on Google+. Shawn on Pinterest. Shawn on LinkedIn. « Words and Phrases That Trigger Some Spam Filters | Main. |

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Abscence (of Discomfort) Makes the Heart Grow Fonder

The Big Picture

The State of the Blogosphere (and the Blogoclump) » March 22, 2006. "Its a juggling act to "determine what the market is willing to pay" and deliver a first-class product that turns a profit." This blog is authored by Shawn Rossi, vice president for marketing and public relations at the Mississippi Hospital Association. Marketing. The Big Picture. A big-picture view of issues and trends affecting associations - in Mississippi and nationally.

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National study concludes Generations X and Y value mail

The Big Picture

High-Tech Hospitality » January 26, 2006. This would be an interesting read next to the report I read a few days ago, where or with whom I cannot remember, about how the extra two cents for postage that began this month will drive even more marketers to the Web. Posted at 03:59 PM in Marketing | Permalink. Posted by: Jamie Notter | January 26, 2006 at 04:58 PM. Posted by: Nick | January 27, 2006 at 10:41 AM. Marketing. The Big Picture.

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The Big Picture: High-Tech Hospitality

The Big Picture

» February 18, 2006. Tracked on February 18, 2006 at 09:29 PM. This blog is authored by Shawn Rossi, vice president for marketing and public relations at the Mississippi Hospital Association. Marketing. The Big Picture. A big-picture view of issues and trends affecting associations - in Mississippi and nationally. Shawn on Facebook. Shawn on Twitter. Shawn on Google+. Shawn on Pinterest. Shawn on LinkedIn.

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The Big Picture: Worry About the Why, Not the How

The Big Picture

Fortune 500 Business Blogging Wiki » January 17, 2006. Posted by: Nick | January 18, 2006 at 08:28 PM. This blog is authored by Shawn Rossi, vice president for marketing and public relations at the Mississippi Hospital Association. Marketing. The Big Picture. A big-picture view of issues and trends affecting associations - in Mississippi and nationally. Shawn on Facebook. Shawn on Twitter. Shawn on Google+. Shawn on Pinterest. Shawn on LinkedIn.

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The Big Picture: I Can Write 600 Words About Anything

The Big Picture

Abscence (of Discomfort) Makes the Heart Grow Fonder » March 07, 2006. This blog is authored by Shawn Rossi, vice president for marketing and public relations at the Mississippi Hospital Association. Marketing. The Big Picture. A big-picture view of issues and trends affecting associations - in Mississippi and nationally. Shawn on Facebook. Shawn on Twitter. Shawn on Google+. Shawn on Pinterest. Shawn on LinkedIn. « The Best Way to Have a Good Idea | Main.

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The Big Picture: Katrina brings life to the classroom

The Big Picture

Worry About the Why, Not the How » January 08, 2006. This blog is authored by Shawn Rossi, vice president for marketing and public relations at the Mississippi Hospital Association. Marketing. The Big Picture. A big-picture view of issues and trends affecting associations - in Mississippi and nationally. Shawn on Facebook. Shawn on Twitter. Shawn on Google+. Shawn on Pinterest. Shawn on LinkedIn. « Time is Money - Save Both | Main.

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The Big Picture: Fortune 500 Business Blogging Wiki

The Big Picture

National study concludes Generations X and Y value mail » January 20, 2006. This blog is authored by Shawn Rossi, vice president for marketing and public relations at the Mississippi Hospital Association. Marketing. The Big Picture. A big-picture view of issues and trends affecting associations - in Mississippi and nationally. Shawn on Facebook. Shawn on Twitter. Shawn on Google+. Shawn on Pinterest. Shawn on LinkedIn. « Worry About the Why, Not the How | Main.

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Artful Living

Idea Architects

clarity calm on a hairy day Sam Sartorius, 2006 20" x 15.5" Ridiculously cheap finds from a flea market hang proudly next to more costly canvases. oil on canvas $650 Without patrons there can be no artists. Without artists there can be no art. Without art there cannot be lives filled with color, melody, motion, drama, and joy. These are the thoughts hardwired in the forefront of my mind after attending the Arts Council of Indianapolis' Start with Art luncheon today.

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Five-Cent Frenzy

Idea Architects

Given its market penetration and pervasiveness, Starbucks probably can do little at this point to shift these two narrative thrusts just as McDonald’s will always be seen as a poor nutritional choice despite its increasing number of healthful options on its menu. Starbucks raised its coffee prices five cents , its first increase in more than two years, and a minor media frenzy ensured. Am I the only one who finds this strange?

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The many hats of marketers

Aaron Wolowiec

A couple months ago I wrote an article for “Associations Now” about how marketing requires different skills than it once did. As more potential tactics and options for marketing have emerged, more is expected of a marketer. You can read the full “Associations Now” article here , but following is a quick summary of just some of the roles marketers are now expected to play: Channel expert. Marketers must have strong implementation and project management skills.

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7 Best Practices for Membership Marketing

Slice-Works

Membership Marketing Best Practice #1. When looking at your membership marketing, you first need to identify the primary drivers of membership for the audiences you are trying to capture. Membership Marketing Best Practice #2. When I sought the program out again in 2006, they had added a weight training component, as well a combo pilates/core strengthening exercise piece. Membership Marketing Best Practice #3. Membership Marketing Best Practice #4.

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China Market Insight – Pushing to Become an Advanced Economy

GlowGlobally

In 2013, MCI will be bringing you a new feature to GrowGlobally.org called “Market Insight” that will offer information on select emerging market countries. The focus will be on data that could be useful to help improve market intelligence and help make business decisions. Support promising industries which may play a strategic role in the global market. In some markets, large volumes of graduates with similar degrees reduce wages for all. 2006.

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Carole Baskin is killing it in marketing: How the non-profit in ‘Tiger King’ dominates digital strategy

Association Success

In fact, I found myself wondering, “Is Carole Baskin actually a marketing genius?”. One of BCR’s early forays into reaching way more people than could ever visit its Tampa headquarters was joining YouTube on August 15, 2006. Your marketing director didn’t.

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The Big Picture: Most overused phrases in press releases

The Big Picture

Factiva Insight has issued a new report listing the most overused used phrases in press releases for 2006 for the US, the UK and globally. This blog is authored by Shawn Rossi, vice president for marketing and public relations at the Mississippi Hospital Association. Marketing. The Big Picture. A big-picture view of issues and trends affecting associations - in Mississippi and nationally. Shawn on Facebook. Shawn on Twitter. Shawn on Google+. Shawn on Pinterest.

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Realtor Study: Recovering Market Will Leave Out Many Former Homeowners

Associations Now

We may be past the era of foreclosures, but a new study from the National Association of Realtors found that one-in-four homeowners whose investments went belly up during the recession will be unlikely to re-enter the real estate market. The real estate market is in the midst of a big comeback. But that leaves out of the market nearly 7 million of the 9.3 million who lost their homes to foreclosure between 2006 and 2014.

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Inability to Scale Biggest Mistake in Trying to Grow Globally.

GlowGlobally

Market & Biz Plan. A Billion More Customers Coming to A Regional Market Near You » Feb. Categories: Market & Bus Planning. Saw this first hand in 2006 while meeting software executives in Bangalore. In other words, they cant scale to meet local demands that require better marketing, adapting product to market, or selling. Often clients need to make a critical attitudinal adjustment as they adapt themselves to new markets.

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The Hourglass Blog: Daring to Lead 2011

The Hourglass Blog

I blogged a bit about their 2006 study , so thought I would give the 2011 update a read as well. In the 2006 study, there was a lot more angst about the crushing inevitability of time, and concerns that the new group of younger leaders were not prepared for their positions and (shockingly!) Labels: Association Management , Baby Boomers , Daring to Lead 2006 , Daring to Lead 2011 , Leadership Potential of GenX , Nonprofit management. Marketing. Daring to Lead 2006.

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The Big Picture: Viral Marketing in Health Care

The Big Picture

Viral Marketing in Health Care. The Kaiser Family Foundation is using the tenets of viral marketing, usually reserved to garner attention for products, to "spread the know" about HIV/AIDS. Posted at 02:05 PM in Marketing | Permalink. Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Viral Marketing in Health Care : Comments. Posted by: max | February 08, 2006 at 03:46 AM. Posted by: Andrew Spark | February 09, 2006 at 11:33 PM. Marketing.

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The Applied Knowledge Gap in India ? GrowGlobally.org

GlowGlobally

Market & Biz Plan. « WSJ – “Emerging Markets Overtaking the Developed Markets” Early Adopters Rethink Regional Office Strategy » Feb. Categories: Market & Bus Planning , Member Services , Product Mgmt. Market & Bus Planning (44). GrowGlobally.org. global association strategy, regional planning and local infrastructure to grow your business. About. Channels. MarCom. Meetings. Membership. Products. Public Affairs.

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Membership Marketing Blog: The Pathway to being a Remarkable.

Membership Marketing

Membership Marketing Blog. Membership marketing – acquiring, engaging, upgrading, and renewing members – is the cornerstone for associations and relationship driven organizations. Whether you are an association professional or a relationship marketer, join the discussion on the Membership Marketing Blog and share your ideas and counsel. I think the findings of this study are as valid today as they were in 2006 when the book was published.

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5 Keys to Effective Knowledge Transfer for Nonprofits

Wild Apricot

While celebrity endorsements have power in marketing, studies suggest that most people are more open to a transfer or exchange of knowledge with a respected peer. I work with Bonasources Wild Apricot marketing team. E-mail marketing. Marketing. December 2006 (5). November 2006 (7). October 2006 (3). September 2006 (3). August 2006 (4). July 2006 (5). June 2006 (4). May 2006 (1). SEARCH.

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Two Slide Shows on Humanize

Jamie Notter

I am posting my slides, below from the two presentations I did in Belgium at the Fusion Marketing Experience conference (which together cover all that I spoke about in Chicago, and then some). December 2006 (10). November 2006 (9). October 2006 (8). September 2006 (10). August 2006 (12). July 2006 (5). June 2006 (9). May 2006 (9). April 2006 (8). March 2006 (9). February 2006 (6). January 2006 (4).

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Internet Association Hires New Director Of Federal Government Affairs

InternetAssociation

In 2006, Amy joined Congressman Jim Sensenbrenner’s (WI-05) staff and served as his Legislative Director and Judiciary policy advisor. Washington, DC – Internet Association (IA) announced today that Amy Bos joined the organization as Director of Federal Government Affairs.