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Thanking Employees for Giving

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by David Hagenbuch - professor of Marketing at Messiah University - ​author of Honorable Influence - founder of Mindful Marketing Even during a pandemic, there’s much for which to be thankful.

Will Heinz’s Halloween Promotion Scare Away Consumers?

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by David Hagenbuch - professor of Marketing at Messiah University - ​author of Honorable Influence - founder of Mindful Marketing ​ Halloween is a time when many companies give a glimpse into their dark sides, usually with carefully created, humor-filled ads.

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Will the Metaverse be Meta-Worse?

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by David Hagenbuch - professor of Marketing at Messiah University - ​author of Honorable Influence - founder of Mindful Marketing A name change is seldom a small thing. It’s especially significant when one of the world’s most valuable companies decides to rebrand.

Two Lessons TikTok can Teach Facebook

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by David Hagenbuch - professor of Marketing at Messiah University - ​author of Honorable Influence - founder of Mindful Marketing Most of us have used social media to learn how to do something, from making bread to remodeling a bathroom.

How Startup Leadership Can Inspire the Team to Deliver Results and Become Great

Inspiring the team to do their best, break through barriers and achieve milestones is the core responsibility of the startup leadership. Inspiring people to do great requires installing confidence and the ability to learn from setbacks and failures.

Cutting Out Weight Loss Ads

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by David Hagenbuch - professor of Marketing at Messiah University - ​author of Honorable Influence - founder of Mindful Marketing Have you ever felt self-conscious about your weight?

Is Space Tourism an Unnecessary Splurge?

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by David Hagenbuch - professor of Marketing at Messiah University - ​author of Honorable Influence - founder of Mindful Marketing It’s interesting to see how much people are willing to pay to travel from point A to point B: Is $50 too much for a 15-minute Uber to the airport; is $500 reasonable for a one-way flight from JFK to LAX?

College Athletes Must Get in Condition for Commercialism

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by David Hagenbuch - professor of Marketing at Messiah University - ​author of Honorable Influence - founder of Mindful Marketing College students enjoy talking about ads, especially ones that feature top athletes like Tom Brady, Serena Williams, and Lebron James.

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Four Behaviors of a Peacemaking Brand

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by David Hagenbuch - professor of Marketing at Messiah University - ​author of Honorable Influence - founder of Mindful Marketing In one of my favorite commercials, Liberty Mutual spotlighted acts of kindness that inspired others to pay the good deeds forward.

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Don't Be Naïve About Native Advertising

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by David Hagenbuch - professor of Marketing at Messiah University - ​author of Honorable Influence - founder of Mindful Marketing Christmas Story fans remember Ralphie’s excitement in receiving a long-awaited Little Orphan Annie decoder ring, only to be disappointed by the unexpected product plug: “ Be sure to drink your Ovaltine.”

How to “Kill It” During Your Next Big Change

When it comes to change communication, employees need your help to understand what’s happening. Use these four steps to help employees navigate change.

Gen Z Students Teach Their Professor About Thrifting

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by David Hagenbuch - professor of Marketing at Messiah University - ​author of Honorable Influence - founder of Mindful Marketing Remember the excitement of your first time wearing a new jacket or pair of shoes? Did you wonder how the original owner felt when they wore them?

Natural Light Imitates Art

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by David Hagenbuch - professor of Marketing at Messiah University - ​author of Honorable Influence - founder of Mindful Marketing Often those fortunate enough to earn a college degree proudly display their diploma in their office or another personal location.

When TV Commercials Wink

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by David Hagenbuch - professor of Marketing at Messiah University - ​author of Honorable Influence - founder of Mindful Marketing As a Seinfeld fan, one of my favorite episodes is when George’s eye catches a piece of flying grapefruit, causing him to confuse everyone with his involuntary winking.

Committed to Cursing

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by David Hagenbuch - professor of Marketing at Messiah University - ​author of Honorable Influence - founder of Mindful Marketing ​ Do you have a resolution for 2021? According to Parade , the most popular annual self-promise is to lose weight.

Top 15 Free PR Ideas to Grow Your Online Business

You've got a great idea, you've built your killer team, and you've maybe even gone through the first round or two of funding.

Should Social Media Influence Have an Age Limit?

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by David Hagenbuch - professor of Marketing at Messiah University - ​author of Honorable Influence - founder of Mindful Marketing “Act your age”—It’s a demand that flustered parents make of tantrum-throwing teens and that embarrassed teens make of youth-seeking parents.

Can Google Be Trusted?

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by David Hagenbuch - professor of Marketing at Messiah University - ​author of Honorable Influence - founder of Mindful Marketing ​ Ask people their biggest brand loyalties and they’ll mention names like Apple, Coca-Cola, and Nike.

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A Promotion Unlike Any Other

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by David Hagenbuch - professor of Marketing at Messiah University - ​author of Honorable Influence - founder of Mindful Marketing Fans of The Office know that whenever Michael Scott attended another person’s party, wedding, or baby’s baptism, he would inevitably steal the spotlight, making the event about him.

Corporate Social Responsibility Everyone Should See

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by David Hagenbuch - professor of Marketing at Messiah University - author of Honorable Influence - founder of Mindful Marketing By now we all have a story of how the pandemic has negatively impacted us or those we love.

A CHRO’s Perspective on Substance Use in the Workplace: Supportive Strategies to Help Your Workforce Thrive

Speaker: Smita Das, MD, PhD, MPH, Medical Director, Psychiatry and Naj Wright, MBA, C-Suite HR Executive

Through advances in technology and access to care, managers can be empowered to serve as the front line of defense to help identify employee AUD and SUD concerns before they escalate. Understanding AUD and SUD, and providing tools for your workforce to overcome the challenges that they pose, is key to fostering strong mental health at work. Join us for this important how-to discussion.

Do We Really Want State Farm’s Rodgers Rate?

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by David Hagenbuch - professor of Marketing at Messiah University - ​author of Honorable Influence - founder of Mindful Marketing ​ “How much does it cost?”—It’s

Did Apple Make a Debundling Blunder?

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by David Hagenbuch - professor of Marketing at Messiah University - ​author of Honorable Influence - founder of Mindful Marketing ​ It’s a parent’s classic Christmas morning fail: After having the foresight to purchase the holiday’s hottest new toy, they forget to buy the batteries!

Business’s Best Path to Racial Justice

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Recoloring History

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by David Hagenbuch - professor of Marketing at Messiah University - ​author of Honorable Influence - founder of Mindful Marketing February’s Black History Month was an important reminder of the impactful roles people of color have played in our world.

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The Growth PR Playbook

PR and communications now rely on data-driven, real-time, iterative storytelling with metrics that help to manage crises, get ahead of the competition, and impact the bottom line. Learn how to build a Growth PR plan in this Onclusive whitepaper.

Was Pulling "Finger Lickin’ Good" Just Publicity Grabin’?

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by David Hagenbuch - professor of Marketing at Messiah University - ​author of Honorable Influence - founder of Mindful Marketing It’s comforting when a company puts society’s needs ahead of its own interests.

NFT:  Not Free for the Taking?

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by David Hagenbuch - professor of Marketing at Messiah University - ​author of Honorable Influence - founder of Mindful Marketing Like most people, I was amazed when an NFT of a collage by the artist Beeple recently sold at auction for $69 million.

Should People Be Mascots?

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by David Hagenbuch , founder of Mindful Marketing & author of Honorable Influence After evading public pressure for decades, financial concerns have finally sacked the National Football League’s (NFL) Washington franchise, causing it to change a name that Merriam-Webster defines as “ offensive.”

Leaving a Legacy of Irreverence

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by David Hagenbuch - professor of Marketing at Messiah University - ​author of Honorable Influence - founder of Mindful Marketing A teenage football player’s verbal hits on an MVP NFL quarterback led amateur and professional sports analysts alike to call a personal foul.

Generating Leads with Facebook: A Guide for Businesses

In this Facebook guide for businesses, we’ll help you strategize with tips and techniques straight from our playbooks. We also let you in on the best practices for improving your lead gen campaigns, starting with a review of your performance metrics.

More Diversity Won't Mean More Dollars for Häagen-Dazs

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by Emilie Rush - digital media major and student director of The Pulse media hub at Messiah University As a student of marketing and a person of color, Häagen-Dazs’ new diversity-driven ad campaign quickly caught my eye.

Is Excedrin Out of Its Mind?

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by David Hagenbuch - professor of Marketing at Messiah University - ​author of Honorable Influence - founder of Mindful Marketing Businesses need to do many things well to be successful, but the most basic is getting people to buy their products.

Is It Right to Sell Others Short?

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by David Hagenbuch - professor of Marketing at Messiah University - ​author of Honorable Influence - founder of Mindful Marketing You’re a basketball player whose team just won the NCAA Division I national championship!

Marketing Unity

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by David Hagenbuch - professor of Marketing at Messiah University - ​author of Honorable Influence - founder of Mindful Marketing ​ In his first speech after news media declared him the election winner, Joe Biden urged Americans to “come together as a nation,” “ unite ,” and “heal.”

Harness the Power of Influencers and Advocates

Learn how to find and use influencers and advocates to gain buyer's trust on your behalf.

How Marketing Still Needs Racial Redemption

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by Dr. Sonja Martin Poole , associate professor of marketing, University of San Francisco Our nation is clearly in crisis.

Giving Poor Athletes an Assist

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by David Hagenbuch , founder of Mindful Marketing & author of Honorable Influence Few fans of major professional sports ever say, “I feel so sorry for those players.” ” After all, the average NFL salary is about $2.7

Moving Aside To Let Consumers Drive

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by David Hagenbuch - professor of Marketing at Messiah University - ​author of Honorable Influence - founder of Mindful Marketing It was a frightening experience.

Marketing Giving

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by David Hagenbuch , founder of Mindful Marketing & author of Honorable Influence Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, Cyber Monday. the biggest shopping season of the year can incite even the most apathetic shopper.