Check Out BrandingWire

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Ironically, I have not had as much time to blog now that I am back in the job market. I do; however, have time to refer you to a great new collaborative blog called BrandingWire.   The team that writes BrandingWire is made up of 12 marketing experts with a wide variety of branding, marketing, PR and communications skills. The pundits of BrandingWire not only maintain individual content-loaded blogs, but also have banded together to collaboratively offer perspectives and commentary on a variety of branding themes. Several of their personal blogs are listed in my blogroll.

Each month, they will focus their creative bandwidth on a particular branding challenge or topic, and collectively give their perspectives on how they would apply best branding practices.

Check them out!

1 comment so far

  1. Becky Carroll on

    Thanks for the shout-out to BrandingWire, Doug! It was a fun exercise, and one I look forward to doing again next month.


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