And Now For a Little Bit of Housekeeping…

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It’s been over a year and a half (and about 75 posts) since we launched the Jenerosity Marketing blog.  We have covered many topics and have searched high and low for the most interesting and current information.  Now, we need a little rest but we also want to hear from you!

As many of you already know, the objective behind launching Jenerosity Marketing was to help bring the worlds of licensing, promotions and digital marketing closer together.

The main goal of our weekly blog was to raise relevant topics for discussion.

Some of the topics we have covered include:

  • Hard and soft sales tactics
  • What makes a good promotion
  • Identifying licensing and promotional partners
  • Negotiation skills
  • The rise of digital content viewing
  • Millennials and new social media
  • How to prepare for major trade shows
  • The best sales tactics
  • Net neutrality
  • The “Internet of Things”
  • Positive and negative effects of social media
  • Virtual currencies
  • Internet safety
  • Free speech and social media
  • Gamefication
  • Branded apps

And many others…

There are many other topics we can cover and that you will see in the upcoming months, but we wanted to get your feedback and better understand your needs.

Having started this adventure with you, we would love your input as to what have been the most interesting articles and which ones you could have done without.

Please help us to improve our blog and make it a resource to which you would turn to get your questions answered in an easy-to-grasp manner.

On a separate note, while you are thinking of questions you would like answered, we are letting you know that we will be reducing the frequency of our posts during July and August to every 2 weeks.

We all need a little break and this seems like as a good a time as any.

We look forward to resuming our weekly posts in the fall and wish you all a wonderful summer!

Thanks so much and, as always, please submit your suggestions for future posts in the Comments section below…

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