What is Your Plan for a “Mysterious” Market?
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What is Your Plan for a “Mysterious” Market?

The chairman of Standard and Poor’s Index Committee, David Blitzer, described what the real estate market would look like in 2015 with one word, “Mysterious.” For professionals making their living off of the success of the Real Estate market, this probably wasn’t the most reassuring word. A few synonyms for the word ‘mysterious’: secretive, enigmatic, shadowy,...

Amazon Prime Day – A Lesson In Winning the Fail
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Amazon Prime Day – A Lesson In Winning the Fail

Amazon Prime Day was’ the shot heard round the world’, what seems to be up for debate, however, is whether or not it was a blank. In case you’re living in a cave (pun intended), check out our summary of Prime Day. Shoppers took to social media early in the day to voice skepticism and frustration at both...

Change Your Perspective and Change Your World Part 1
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Change Your Perspective and Change Your World Part 1

Gathering data and utilizing data are two vastly different things. NextPage understands the need for Big Data and correspondingly knows how to help our clients develop that same information into a strategy. This piece, originally published last year in our Connect magazine, is Part 1 of a 2 Part series on changing your perspective on...

Don’t You Have Better Things To Do?
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Don’t You Have Better Things To Do?

Today’s marketers are pushed to the limit. Between social posting, keyword analysis, data mining, content writing and analytical reporting, there’s just not enough hours in the day. Fortunately, there’s also been many changes in the way that marketing can be done behind the scenes, automatically so that you can do what you do best, which...

How a 200 Year-Old Shipping Tool Can Help You Get More Customers
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How a 200 Year-Old Shipping Tool Can Help You Get More Customers

Have you ever watched a cruise ship come into dock? If you have, maybe you noticed those huge ropes that the crew uses to tie down the vessel. These bowlines are as thick as your arm, and they’re pretty heavy. There’s a big potential problem when you’re dealing with ropes of that size. You need...

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