Monthly Archives: September 2012

A great start to blogging by this year’s most “mature” student.

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Originally posted on durrantsrants:
I have a confession to make: I don’t have Facebook, I don’t do Twitter, and I never would have started  a blog had I not been asked to by my teacher. In fact, I have avoided…

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Originally posted on THECLEVERMERCHANT:
All week we’ve discussed the topic of “Brand” and the process involved in choosing a name. It apparently takes a well thought out strategic plan with flowcharts and maybe even a palm reader. Wait, that’s not…

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Originally posted on Sarah Deacon:
The world is becoming more and more tech savvy each day and if you don’t jump on the band wagon soon, you’re sure to get left behind.  With the World Wide Web at our fingertips,…

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Originally posted on Edgy Style:
Welcome all to Edgy Style my personal chronicle of everything cutting edge in the advertising and marketing world. Now for a little about me….I’ve had an interest in blogging since I was a teenager but…

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Originally posted on womeninmarketing:
Blogging, blogging, blogging! All I ever hear is BLOGGING! Apparently, so I’ve been told, blogging is becoming a new trend where anyone can post anything regarding any topic that expresses an opinion, offers advice or to…

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The Great MCOM5 Blogging Assignment—round three

If you were to ask 100 teachers to name the least favourite aspect of their jobs, 85 percent would probably tell you it’s marking students’ homework. Well, I hate to sound like a cocky upstart (totally lying here—I’m a cheeky … Continue reading

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