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Hunter Gibbons

Dynamic Signal CEO Russ Fradin Talks VC’s, Being Nice And Why...

Yesterday, Venrock kicked off their new podcast series, Running Through Walls. This inaugural effort had Venrock’s Brian Ascher interviewing Dynamic Signal CEO and co-founder Russ Fradin about lots of different topics and trends. It’s a great...

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Hunter Gibbons

Planning Your Content Campaign With Distribution in Mind

Great content marketing requires more than just great content; you need to also consider your audience and your distribution methods. If you aren’t crafting content with those two factors in mind, even the most fantastic article ever written...

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Hunter Gibbons

5 Content Distribution Metrics Your Marketing Team Should Be Obsessing Over

Output is seductive. It feels great to crank out lots of content and call your strategy a success. But prolific doesn’t always mean effective. Marketers must resist the allure of vanity metrics to ensure their content actually resonates with their...

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Hunter Gibbons

3 Ways to Bring Internal Communications Into the Modern Era

In 1899, the Philippine-American War was getting started, Bayer had just begun selling aspirin to the masses, and Lever Brothers in London created the first known employee suggestion box. Lever Brothers successfully introduced the concept of...

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Hunter Gibbons

#EAmonthly: Show Me The Content

Every month we hand pick some great social posts for this series entitled “Show Me The Content.” It’s never an easy choice, but this month a few rose to the top. Check ’em out below. Unicredit Celebrating a company win is something every...

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Hunter Gibbons

How to Build Employee Trust and Increase Business Performance

The 2016 Edelman Trust Barometer is a wake-up call for business leaders who have failed to consider the importance of employee trust. For the first time ever, we added specific questions to our global survey to collect data on employees’ trust in...

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