What you can learn about tweeting and social media

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By Sara Rider   |   January 27, 2014

Over the last several years, we’ve had lots of discussions with clients about what role social media should play in their marketing.  Some companies are avid social media followers and participants—others still aren’t comfortable with social media in their marketing mix.  Sometimes this reluctance seems to be based in a “how would my company benefit from that?” type of mentality.

At the end of 2013, the The New York Times took a look at how the twitter side of its social media efforts was going,

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What happens when your favorite store gets hacked?

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By Allison Mabry   |   January 14, 2014

With the ongoing stories about Target’s data breach, a few of us at DeLaune and Associates have felt all kinds of emotions—including yours truly. I’ll freely admit it, I’m a Target shopaholic. So, of course, I shopped there during the peak of the breach timeframe: Nov. 27 to Dec. 15, 2013. And thank goodness, there has been no fraudulent activity on my credit card account. (Well, none yet: whew.)

From a marketing perspective,

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Welcome to the DeLaune and Associates blog

By Renee DeLaune   |   January 14, 2014

Every advertisement or marketing program tells a story. That, we all know. But what we see behind the scenes at DeLaune and Associates is that every advertisement or marketing program also is a story. There’s a reason why each exists—from individual customer needs to broad industry trends.

Those behind-the-scenes stories are the ones we’ll be telling in our agency blog. We’ll keep you updated on interesting projects we’ve produced, trends in communications and advertising we see,

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