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Weekly Tidbits – June 3, 2011

Social media is hot now, what’s next? – emerging technologies on the web, get ready!

Are you the average Facebook user? – see how you measure up

How companies are using Foursquare to measure promotion effectiveness – yeah, MIT spent time on putting this study together…and it’s pretty good!

Working backwards to create social media offers – a fresh approach to developing a successful campaign

Blogger PR tips – how to reach out to bloggers for additional press (the right way)!

Sweet Events

The “Summer of Social Media” continues next week with “LinkedIn for Creatives”. If you are a fashion designer or graphic designer, photographer or videographer or a freelance writer, we will showcase the best way to drive business  tactics for various industries, including nonprofit, real estate and creative fields. Click here for more info…

Freshly Baked Communications (FBC) was established in 2008 to provide professional marketing communication services and consulting to entrepreneurs seeking unconventional and emerging methods to promote their business ventures.

We combine brand marketing strategy with creative writing and mix well…

FBC can provide fresh and innovative marketing services that will surpass your expectations without exceeding your budget. To learn more, visit http://www.FBC-Chicago.com or call 800.698.6858.


About Lauren Young

Award-winning author of "Pour - Marketing Success Starts with the Right Ingredients", "Stir - Achieving the Perfect Marketing Mix" and the CEO/Founder of Freshly Baked Communications and Knead to Rise. Visit my website at http://www.FBC-Chicago.com.


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