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By Amy Sukol Everything old is new again.  That was the important message that Annie Hughes, President of Type A Strategies,  shared at the November DMAW Luncheon , Smart Copywriting = Success. Despite the fact that the world of communication has changed radically in the last 10 years, the basics of excellent fundraising communication remain…

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By Sue Marchese, Director of Business Development, Production Solutions Senior Strategist of Social Media at Living Social, Jason Peck ironically thought back in 2007 that “Twitter is for stalkers, thieves and jealous girlfriends.”  Fast forwarding to Jason’s presentation at the DMAW’s October Lunch & Learn, Jason now not only embraces Twitter today, but he encourages…

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by David Plaut “Build it and they will come.” Well, maybe but will they keep coming? And who will come? Customers? … Probably. Competitors? …Definitely. I happened to come up with the right product at the right time about 20 years ago and come they did. I created software in 1990 to help students write papers…

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By Hilary Baar Yes, Twitter is now main stream.  When I first learned about Twitter at DMAW’s New Media conference two years ago from Geoff Livingston, I had no idea how it would be used.  The day after the conference, I dutifully went back to my office and signed up for a Twitter account.  And, that’s…

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