Category Archives for DTR


con·tempt noun the feeling that a person or a thing is beneath consideration, worthless, or deserving scorn. I was listening to the Audiobook Blink by Malcolm Gladwell a few weeks ago. In the book he discusses a relationship expert who … Continue reading

23. February 2014 by Salem Stanley
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All About Facebook Marketing

I was invited to speak at Altitude Summit – SLC yesterday on a panel with three women who I have a tremendous amount of respect for. The title of the session was: Growing Your Community with  Jen Hansard of Simple Green Smoothies … Continue reading

25. January 2014 by Salem Stanley
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Why DTR?

re·la·tion·ship noun the way in which two or more concepts, objects, or people are connected, or the state of being connected. The internet and social media have enabled people and brands to connect with their customers in a way that … Continue reading

17. January 2014 by Salem Stanley
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