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Beth Harte

Beth Harte

Beth Harte is a marketer, blogger, speaker, communicator, thinker, connector (people & dots), adjunct professor and Community Manager for MarketingProfs.
Saturday Morning Reads: Celebrating Mom-Centric Marketing -
Glad we connected. Lots in common. See - Judy H Wright
Who Has More Power Over Your Organization: Stakeholders or Publics? -
Your “Industry Experience Only” Requirement Is Hurting Customers, Employees and Shareholders -
Saturday Morning Reads: What’s the Return on Investment (ROI) of Content Marketing? -
What Integrated Marketing Is Not (Hint: It’s Not Integrated Tactics) -
Dear CEO: Your Customers Really Want You To Know Them -
Hey Marketers! What’s Your Customer Service IQ? -
Are You Leading Your Industry As A Wikibrand? -
Is Personal Social Media Experience A Negative For Job Seekers? -
Saturday Morning Reads (Late Edition): Is Social CRM Bringing Companies & Customers Together Yet? -
The Marketing & PR Conundrum: Lying to Customers -
Saturday Morning Reads: Do Marketers Need to Become Social Psychologists? -
Killing Giants: Let Your Customers Help You Topple Your Goliath! -
RT @cloudspark it's not just your influencers that count, it's every single customer no matter their SM profile. #imcchat (Yes, indeed!)
RT @nataliecupps Women and Facebook: Brands, Deals, and Friends They Hate #marketing #digital #socialmedia #brands
RT @emmaemail 3 key ways to add value to your B2B content from @MarketingProfs
RT @TalentCulture Prolonged Unemployment: Problem Solve, Cope and Stay Resilient via @forbes #jobsearch
For Hire! Searching for My Next Career Opportunity -
Sure I love the conversation but... (@Marc_Meyer takes at alignment of B2B & social media beyond the conversation.)
For Hire! Searching for My Next Career Opportunity (Any help would be appreciated, thanks everyone! )
Saturday Morning Reads: Influence, Persuasion, Manipulation, & Propaganda -
I've been thinking about Influence, Persuasion, Manipulation & Propaganda lately. Slippery slope or independently used?
RT @HarvardBiz When Customer Rebellion Becomes Open Revolution
RT @B2Community: Jeep Wagoneer: Old Brands Getting New Life -- We had a Wagoneersauraus!! (ancient Jeep). Loved it!
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