Teacher, Teach Thyself? Lessons Learned in Marketing Myself

Beverly Bambury/ March 25, 2014/ Marketing, Psychology, Public Relations, sales, Social Skills, writers/ 10 comments

It’s been interesting prepping for my upcoming self-promo webinar sessions. Over the last several years I’ve learned a lot about the different types of writing. Stuff I know both practically and from my education: sales writing, business writing, formal argumentation, Facebook posts, etc. So perhaps ironic would be a better way of describing my efforts instead of interesting; because I

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The Power of Default Choices: Psychology, Influence, and Bank of America

Beverly Bambury/ May 20, 2013/ Marketing, Psychology/ 0 comments

This is another originally posted on elsewords.com. This is a favourite of mine, combining some of my consumer interests and media literacy interests. Update: It looks like reports like the one I discuss below have led to another solution. Some cursory info here: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/12/31/foreclosure-review_n_2389431.html. I was browsing my beloved Consumerist the other day when I came across this piece: Bank Of America Provided Cheat Sheet

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