The home stretch

We’re almost there.

Second-year marketing students wrote their second-last blog post last week.

I’ve picked seven favourites for the Week 5 Top Five. That’s two too many. What’s a teacher to do?

I guess I’ll introduce you to them all.

Normally, I provide some of my own insight about something I’ve learned each week, but I’ve been in front of my computer all day and it’s time to enjoy some of that gorgeous late winter sun. So, without further ado, here are my favourite top eight blogs of the week:

Daniel Beals writes about Canada Post’s failure to adequately market itself.

Emily Culhane shares Daniel’s feelings on Canada Post marketing. Read what she has to say here.

Screen Shot 2014-03-09 at 2.43.25 PMThis week, I’m sharing Ashley Kitts’ blog about how culture impacts breakfast cereal sales.

Eloquent wordsmith John Sullivan shares some of the marketing strategies employed by Kellogg’s.

Colin Howard writes about how the YMCA markets itself online.

Kim Lee Santos describes how her client, Omega Fit Club, markets its business.

Screen Shot 2014-03-09 at 2.44.52 PMCraig McMullen hits the Top Blog list for the first time with his post on the social media marketing tools used by Starbucks.

If you enjoyed any of the above posts, please “like” them, leave comments, follow them, or even share them on Twitter or Facebook. I know students would love to know that the world is watching and interested in what they have to say.

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About teachingteacher

Business communications instructor, journalist, corporate communications writer and media trainer ... and Masters Candidate M.Ad.Ed.
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