Upcoming events

    • 17 Apr 2014
    • 265 Franklin Street, 17th Fl., Suite 1702, Boston, MA 02110
    • 11

     
    WRITING CREATIVE BRIEFS THAT WORK  

    Date: April 17, 2014 

    Time: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm

    Trainer: Patricia Hambrick 

    Audience: Anyone that provides creative direction or receives creative direction, including: brand managers, marketing  managers, account executives, account managers, client strategists, brand and client engagement members, creative strategists, creative directors, art directors, copy writers and production managers.

    Price: $525 member | $595 non-member 

    Location: 265 Franklin Street, 17th Fl., Suite 1702, Boston MA 02110 

    The goal of this one-day workshop is to learn, practice and build skills that result in developing the best creative executions to meet specific marketing and business goals and objectives. The training focuses on how to write clear and concise briefs so the creative team can develop breakthrough executions that are on strategy.

     Key Topics

    • Purpose and role of the Creative Brief
    • Who should develop it, use it, manage it
    • Creating smarter strategies
    • Using the creative strategy to work smarter
    • Using the brief to develop better creative
    • 10 tips to better brief writing 
    • Techniques for
      • Writing through the eyes of your customer
      • Writing insightful briefs
      • Using the brief to inspire the creative team
      • Evaluating and selling the creative based on the brief


    "I gained a lot of new ideas about how to approach things from a new angle" -Jamie Mair, SwervePoint

    "Very helpful to have a mix of creative and account people throughout the process. Learned where to provide some "color" in a brief and where to trim back to allow creative juices to flow!" -Teri Davidson, New England Aquarium

    "Actionable take-aways that I can use in my role."         -Kaitlyn Scannell, Partners+simons

     

    Patricia L. Hambrick
     

     
    Patricia Hambrick has been an active member of The Ad Club faculty and our professional development program since 2006. Her teaching experience began in 2001 at Boston University’s School of Management. She continues teaching there as a  professor of graduate and undergraduate courses in Global Strategic Marketing, Brand Management and Core Marketing. She was recently asked to present a new pedagogy approach using technology to bring the international experience into the classroom. As an adjunct, she is consistently rated one of the top professors in the business school. 


    For over 20 years, Patricia has helped shape corporate visions and develop pioneering strategies that build lasting brand reputations for Fortune 500, as well as early stage companies. In all of her assignments, Patricia has played a major role in leading and educating organizations to think and act differently thereby taking their business to the next level and better connect with consumers of today. Her clients include global companies Reebok, Sperry Top-Sider, Timberland and Andre Agassi Enterprises; women’s high-image brands such as Lindt, L’Oreal, and J.Jill; and the consumer electronics giants Bose Corporation and Chaney Instruments. Patricia has also worked with companies to build new consumer on-line markets: eDiets.com, the first on-line dieting site; Kozmo.com, the first on-line one-hour delivery service; and Bag Borrow or Steal.com, the “Netflix for high-end handbags” and the precursor to on-line flash sales. 

    Patricia is recognized as one of the most influential women in marketing, and over her career has won numerous awards including Ad Age’s Most Influential People in Marketing, Sporting Goods Business Woman of the Year, Women’s Sports 20 Most Influential People, Sports Trend Magazine’s Top 100 Industry People, Sports Marketing Executive Marketing Leadership Award, and Drug Store News’ New Product Introduction of the Year Award. She frequently speaks at conferences, most recently at the OMMA Social Media conference in NYC, 85 Broads Women’s Conference, and for The Ad Club of Boston. 

    A competitive triathlete, marathoner and sculler, Patricia has a BS degree from the University of California at Berkeley and a MBA from the Thunderbird School of Global Management in Arizona.

    Space is limited. Register today!

    Have questions about Professional Development? Contact Clare Cox at clare@adclub.org

    • 30 Apr 2014
    • 8:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    • Downtown Boston, TBD
    • 16

    NEGOTIATING WITH INFLUENCE  


    Date: April 30, 2014 

    Time: 8:30 am - 1:00 pm 

    Trainer: Denise Rosenblum 

    Audience: Participants should have at least 3 years of experience and be in a management role that requires negotiation in their role at work. 

    Price: $295 member | $350 non-member 

    Location: Downtown Boston, TBD

    Every day we negotiate solutions and convince people to understand our point of view. Negotiation is influence. This training will empower participants (you) to negotiate effectively with confidence while building strong relationships without conflict. 

    You will learn to assess your audience and prepare for a negotiation that will influence them, and gain agreement and mutual respect. The workshop is very interactive and participants will provide input prior to the workshop about the types of negotiation scenarios they deal with on a daily basis.

    Key Topics

    • Identify your goals and prepare for the outcomes
    • Understand your audience and gather key information
    • Effective communication and the importance of listening
    • Knowing when to say no and how to say no
    • Dealing with impromptu negotiations
    • How to manage conflict and take the emotion out of the discussion
    • The negotiation model- the key steps to reaching mutual gain
    • Negotiation tactics and strategies for peers vs. supervisors
    • Being your own advocate


    "Loved the interaction. Very customizable while covering lots of real life scenarios." -Christine Kotseas, Boston Red Sox

    "Relevant and impactful training." -Jill Cohen, The Business Journals


    Denise Rosenblum

    Denise RosenblumDenise Rosenblum is the President and Founder of Dynamic Development, a training company that specializes in developing employees to become stronger communicators, leaders and managers. Denise has over 25 years of marketing and training experience having worked in Account Management at a number of global companies including McCann Erickson and Young and Rubicam where she lead businesses such as Nabisco, Gillette, Brown Forman, Reebok and AT&T. Prior to founding her own training company in 2006, Denise worked at Arnold Worldwide for eight years as a Senior Vice President, Group Account Director, where she ran integrated marketing assignments for Talbots, Target and Children’s Hospital Boston. She also ran the Talent Development department for Arnold as she takes great pride and interest in helping employees reach their fullest potential as leaders. Denise spent the early years of her marketing career in New England working on building brands such as KEDS, Stratus Computer and HOOD ice cream.

    Denise is a seasoned speaker, trainer and expert in communications and leadership skills. She has excellent insight into people’s strengths and opportunities for growth and an extensive track record of training and building successful managers and leaders in all types of companies. Denise has a BA from Tufts University in Political Science and lives in Natick, MA with her husband Scot and sons, Matthew and Eric. Denise is on the Board of the Children’s Hospital League in Boston and is an avid athlete and foodie!

    Space is limited. Register, today!

    Have Questions about Professional Development? Contact Clare Cox at clare@adclub.org
    • 06 May 2014
    • Downtown Boston, TBD
    • 21


    ACCOUNT MANAGEMENT ESSENTIALS 

    Date: May 6,, 2014 

    Time: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm 

    Trainer: Marta Stiglin

    Audience: Entry to mid-level account managers working for an internal or external agency.

    Price: $525 member | $595 non-member 

    Location: Downtown Boston, TBD

    What makes a great account manager? What’s the value of your role? How do you demonstrate it within the agency and with your clients? This interactive workshop covers everything from basics to best practices-- including the skills, behaviors  and attitudes necessary to succeed in account management. 

    Through a mix of detailed content, workbook exercises, facilitated discussion and participant role play, Account Management Essentials targets real-world challenges that account managers face in their daily dealings with clients, colleagues, creative contributors and others. 

    Key Topics

    • Deep dive into account management and how it relates to other agency functions
    • Core competencies of an effective account manager- what it takes to be great!
    • Knowing your clients, including what clients want from an account manager
    • What constitutes a strategy, and the mechanics of project planning and workflow
    • Tools and techniques for more effective project and meeting management
    • Communication practices for managing breakdowns and building partnerships

     

    "Extremely fun and informative. I left with some great new ideas and knowledge that will help me do my job better. Marta is a great presenter!" -Matt Isgro, Staples

    "Reinforced some of the things I like about my job, and I was able to see I'm not alone in some things I struggle with." -Marva Lebrun, John Hancock


    Marta Stiglin


    Marta Stiglin started out as a designer, until one day the principal of the agency she worked for handed her a sketch on a cocktail napkin in lieu of a creative brief- at which point she realized her true calling: Account Management. Marta spent much of her career as an account person on the external agency side, advancing to executive management before joining the in-house agency at Bose Corporation. At Bose, Marta led the planning and development of marketing communications for the  company’s consumer products divisions undefined overseeing  advertising and merchandising for the direct, retail and wholesale channels. Today her firm, Stiglin Consulting, partners with companies to advance their brand strategies as well as their  management and organizational practices to increase their competitiveness in the marketplace. Marta is a current Board Member and former Chairman of IHAF (the In-House Agency  Forum) as well as a guest speaker/session facilitator for a host of industry events, and an active trainer for The Ad Club’s professional development program for over 6 years. 

    Space is limited. Register today!

    Have questions about Professional Development? Contact Clare Cox at clare@adclub.org

    • 07 May 2014
    • Downtown Boston, TBD
    • 6


    COPYWRITING ESSENTIALS+ WORKSHOP

    Date: May 7, 2014

    Time: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm

    Trainer: Daisy Scott

    Audience: Copywriters and marketing writers with at least 1+ years of experience. 

    Price: $525 member | $595 non-member

    Location: Downtown Boston, TBD

    Pre-requisites: 1) Complete a brief questionnaire to provide the trainer with insights about your background. 2) Bring two ads to class: one you love and one that you really don’t like. 3) Bring a sample of your own writing work that has given you problems.


    The Ad Club’s Copywriting Essentials+ Workshop offers advertising and marketing writers a one-day immersion in good copywriting practice. 
    The training covers essential elements of persuasive writing and includes practical problem-solving, hands-on exercises, and critique. 

    Participants will analyze what works and what doesn’t. You’ll learn techniques that will move you more effectively through strategies and make concepting more productive, drafts stronger, and your final product harder working.  This workshop will answer the following questions, and along the way, provide the opportunity to look at and learn from the good, the  bad, and those ugly projects we all have to face:

    • How do you get someone’s attention? How do you hold it for a nanosecond longer?
    • Why should a consumer listen to you?
    • What’s the difference between a feature and a benefit? Does it matter?
    • Where can you find ideas?

    Key Topics

    • Understand the major elements of persuasive writing
    • Learn and practice techniques that lead to good copy
    • Learn to mine strategies for nuggets of strong communication
    • Understand and practice what makes a voice or brand
    • Practice working with visuals
    • Practice editing and catching grammar errors
    • Learn to adapt messages to different media
    • Add to your writing toolkit


    "This class is an immersive writing bootcamp that blasts bad habits!" -Carly Leahy, Digitas

    "Helpful combination of tips, practical assignments and critiques." -Becky Prior, Babson College

    "You don't have to be a writer to benefit from this workshop!" -David Doob, Bose

     

    Daisy Scott

    Daisy Scott is an award-winning writer in commercial, educational and entertainment media. Her advertising clients have included American Express, McDonald’s, Ocean Spray, Talbots, New England Conservatory, Boston Lyric Opera, Stride Rite, MCP Hahnemann Hospital, Alere, and all the banks that Bank of America used to be, among many others.

    Outside of advertising, she has written for the children’s public television series “Arthur” and “Peep,” produced by WGBH in  Boston. Her work has also appeared on Discovery Channel, in the Boston Globe, in two travel anthologies and on TV in China.  She’s written screenplays, letters to her senators and once she wrote one of those roll-up horoscope things you used buy at the counter in convenience stores. Those things are 35,000 words long.

    Daisy’s awards include Hatch, ANDY, Clio Finalist, NEBA (Regional Broadcast), Design Show, ADWEEK’s Creative All-Star Radio Copywriter, and Most Enthusiastic: St. Joseph’s Pro-Cathedral School Eighth Grade Awards.

    Daisy has taught creative strategy development and creative concepts for the Ad Club for the past 7 years, has taught at Emerson College, the Cambridge Center of Adult Ed, and has been in demand as a panelist for portfolio reviews in the Boston area for many years.

    Space is limited. Register today!

    Have questions about Professional Development? Contact Clare Cox at clare@adclub.org

    • 22 May 2014
    • Downtown Boston, TBD
    • 18


    ACCOUNT MANAGEMENT MASTERS 

    Date: May 22, 2014

    Time: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm

    Trainer: Marta Stiglin 

    Audience: Ideally suited for account directors and senior-level account managers from an internal or external agency, with at least 5+ years of experience managing and mentoring account staff. 

    Price: $525 member | $595 non-member 

    Location: Downtown Boston, TBD

    Whoever said the consummate account manager is a jack of all trades and master of none didn’t go far in this job. To be a leading account service professional, you must demonstrate mastery of advertising and marketing, client-relationship management, business development, staff/team management and operational effectiveness. It’s not for the weak of heart! 

    In an increasingly competitive business environment, agencies need their senior account staff operating at peak -- thinking strategically, planning creatively and managing superbly. With its blend of rich content, case review, group discussion and interactive exercises, this directed session challenges you to reach new levels of performance. 

    Key Topics

    • Applying business and managerial acumen to deepen client partnerships
    • Techniques for advancing the strategic contribution of an account service team
    • Proven practices for project planning, scoping and briefing
    • Operational excellence -- how to enable the smooth flow of information and drive collaboration among internal and external resources
    • Communication skills for more effective staff, colleague and client management
    • Talent development practices for increasing individual and team performance

    "Provided a great understanding of what and how others want from Account Managers." -Tori Orr, MIT Lincoln Labs
     
     
    "The content and relevance to my role was strong. It was less focused on tactics and day-to-day and catered to a senior, strategic level." -Erica Holmes, CVS

     
     

    Marta Stiglin


    Marta Stiglin started out as a designer, until one day the principal of the agency she worked for handed her a sketch on a cocktail napkin in lieu of a creative brief- at which point she realized her true calling: Account Management. Marta spent much of her career as an account person on the external agency side, advancing to executive management before joining the in-house agency at Bose Corporation. At Bose, Marta led the planning and development of marketing communications for the  company’s consumer products divisions undefined overseeing  advertising and merchandising for the direct, retail and wholesale channels. Today her firm, Stiglin Consulting, partners with companies to advance their brand strategies as well as their  management and organizational practices to increase their competitiveness in the marketplace. Marta is a current Board Member and former Chairman of IHAF (the In-House Agency  Forum) as well as a guest speaker/session facilitator for a host of industry events, and an active trainer for The Ad Club’s professional development program for over 6 years. 

    Space is limited. Register today! 

    Have questions about Professional Development? Contact Clare Cox at clare@adclub.org

    • 10 Jun 2014
    • Downtown Boston, TBD
    • 24

    SELLING CREATIVE

    Date: June 10, 2014

    Time: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm 

    Trainer: Lou DiGiusto 

    Audience: Anyone that sells and presents creative ideas and creative work.  

    Price: $525 member | $595 non-member 

    Location: Downtown Boston, TBD


    The goal of this one day workshop is to help communications and advertising professionals develop a consistent set of skills that result in superior presentations to internal or external clients. 

    The training focuses on the importance of pre-selling ideas, and addresses common challenges such as jumping to executional thinking, dealing with clients that have pre-set expectations and working with a familiar, predictable business or brand.

    Key Topics

    • Making creative ideas come to life for a marketing audience
    • Over 15 specific ways to sell an idea in under 60 seconds
    • Techniques that satisfy the questioner
    • Techniques for thinking quickly on one’s feet
    • Techniques for turning negatives into positives
    • Techniques for creating a single-minded focus for all presentations
    • Techniques for “blueprinting” presentations
    • Techniques for opening and closing

    "You'll learn tools and techniques in this class to help you excel as a professional and wow your clients!" -Melissa Cordial, Fallon Community Health Plan

    "Very insightful. The same tools I learned to "sell" I feel I can also use to "create." -Emily Pinney, Manasian
     
    "This session was extremely helpful as we position our agency to stand out against the competition." -Neil Costa, HireClix


    Lou DiGiusto
    Lou DiGiustoLou is a frequent instructor for The Ad Club’s professional development program.  
    As an Executive Coach, Lou has provided training to literally hundreds of corporate and agency executives in The Ad Club, Genentech, Novartis, Texas Capital Bank, the American Association of Advertising Agencies (AAAA), the American Advertising Federation (AAF), University of North Florida MBA Program, and for many advertising agencies and public relations firms throughout the country. 

    Lou served as a marketing communications consultant and coach for clients such as Wal-Mart, The Scotts Company (Miracle-Gro Brands), The National VFW Foundation and WWII Memorial, Minutemaid, Coca-Cola, Dow Chemical, Skinner Management Corporation, University of Florida, Nova Southeastern University and American Forests. Lou also served as the Legislative Coordinator for the American Association of Advertising Agencies in Florida.

    As Vice President of William Cook Marketing Communications, Lou developed marketing strategies and managed advertising/PR plans for clients such as Mayo Clinic, Republic Industries, Alamo Car Rental, Florida Medical Association, Government of the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism, First Union, Barnett Banks, Winn Dixie Stores, Ford, CSX Railroad, Charter Company, Humana, Independent Life Insurance, IBM and Bell South.

    Over the years, Lou has coached dozens of high-ranking officials in public office in addition to NFL players, entertainers and celebrities. 

    Space is limited. Register, today!

    Have Questions about Professional Development? Contact Clare Cox at clare@adclub.org
    • 17 Jun 2014
    • Downtown Boston, TBD
    • 12
    High Performance Leadership

    HIGH PERFORMANCE LEADERSHIP IN ACTION

    Date: June 17, 2014

    Time: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm 

    Trainer: Clare Cox 

    Audience: Managers, supervisors, senior staff/emerging leaders with 2+ years of management-leadership experience but little or no formal leadership training.

    Price: $925 member | $995 non-member 

    Location: Downtown Boston, TBD 

    This leadership "bootcamp" teaches how to 
    manage and lead with competence,
    confidence and compassion. The agenda includes discussions about best practices and trends, such as understanding the critical role today’s manager plays in attracting, developing, engaging, and retaining great talent.

    Key Topics

    • Leading with EQ--the link between emotional intelligence and leadership effectiveness 
    • Impact of employee engagement and disengagement
    • Discovering your unique leadership style, strengths and leadership potential
    • Addressing gaps and leadership "derailers" 
    • Building and leading high performing teams
    • Growing your professional network 
    • Strategies for success, including how to:                        -Adapt and lead situationally                                              -Manage competing priorities and strike a balance              -Lead a multi-generational workforce                                  -Gain organizational influence 

    The course is a powerful blend of classroom exercises, peer interaction and one-on-one coaching tailored to individual needs. It features personalized assessment feedback related to leadership characteristics for increasing self-awareness and developing success strategies.

    Pre-requisite: Complete online talent assessment (trainer will contact participants with link and passcode after they register).


    "Great class!" -Chris McIntosh, Boston Business Journal 

    "The presentation, materials and group interactions were highly engaging. I learned a great deal."               -Antoinette Coakley, Stop & Shop/Ahold

    Past participants include leaders from CVS, Hill Holliday, HP Hood, TJX Companies, WBZ/CBS, and many more.
     

    Clare Cox
    Clare CoxWith over 25 years of talent development experience, Clare serves as a trainer, coach, facilitator and consultant for industries that include advertising, retail, banking, financial services, healthcare,
    manufacturing, and higher education.

    Clare was recently named as one of 40 local top women leaders selected by the Boston Business Journal to "speed coach" 200 women at the launch of BizWomen during Mentoring Monday.

    Clare's expertise with performance psychology and Emotional Intelligence in the workplace has been instrumental in showing organizations how to identify, develop and retain top talent. 

    Clare manages professional development for The Ad Club, where advertising and communications professionals throughout New England grow their careers. She is among a top-ranked faculty of nationally known trainers that teach open enrollment classes as well as custom, in-house training for leading agencies and brands. 

    Utilizing a variety of powerful assessment tools, Clare helps teams and leaders increase self-awareness and build exceptional working relationships. She is certified in DISC, TriMetrix and the EQ-i assessment designed to help individuals achieve academic and career success.

    Clare is an active member the Women’s Business Connection Leadership Council of the South Shore, and former Chair of ATHENAPowerLink®, a unique mentoring program that increases the growth and profitability of women-owned businesses. Clare has served as a mentor to senior corps members of City Year Boston transitioning from leadership service to higher education and careers. She holds a Masters degree in Education from Boston University and a BA from the University of Massachusetts. Clare is an outdoor enthusiast, cyclist and avid Boston sports fan. She and her husband live on Cape Cod.

    Space is limited. Register, today!

    Have Questions about Professional Development? Contact Clare Cox at clare@adclub.org

Past events

26 Mar 2014 Creative Concepts
28 Jan 2014 Professional Development: Selling Creative
30 Jul 2013 Copywriting Essentials+ Workshop
16 May 2013 Account Management Masters
10 May 2013 Account Management Essentials
30 Apr 2013 Writing Creative Briefs that Work
13 Mar 2013 Creative Concepts
15 Nov 2012 Selling Creative
13 Nov 2012 CMO Breakfast Series with MassMutual
07 Nov 2012 Under The Dome | BI Worldwide
09 Oct 2012 Essentials of Account Management
03 Oct 2012 Creative Concepts
25 Sep 2012 CMO Breakfast Series with Stonyfield
21 Aug 2012 CMO Breakfast Series with The Ninety Nine Restaurants
16 Aug 2012 Habits of The Holiday Shopper Webinar
10 Jul 2012 CMO Breakfast Series with Patron
20 Jun 2012 Creative Concepts
30 May 2012 CMO Breakfast Series with John Hancock
23 May 2012 Under the Dome | Ad Networks: Beyond The Banner
26 Apr 2012 CMO Breakfast Series with Life is good
20 Apr 2012 Under The Dome | The Science of Social: Facebook Engagement
19 Apr 2012 Selling Creative
18 Apr 2012 Yahoo! Webinar: Marketing to Hispanics in America
27 Mar 2012 CMO Breakfast Series with The Boston Red Sox
25 Mar 2012 Mad Men Watch Party
21 Mar 2012 Essentials of Account Management
29 Feb 2012 CMO Breakfast Series with Boloco
31 Jan 2012 CMO Breakfast Series with L.L. Bean
15 Nov 2011 CMO Breakfast Series with CVS
26 Oct 2011 CMO Breakfast Series with Dunkin' Donuts
29 Sep 2011 CMO Breakfast Series with Staples
25 Aug 2011 CMO Breakfast Series with Welch's
19 Jul 2011 Ad Exchanges and Real-Time Bidding... Demystified
23 Jun 2011 CMO Breakfast Series with XEROX
23 Jun 2011 Essentials of Account Management
08 Jun 2011 Smart Gamification: 7 Core Concepts for Brands
24 May 2011 CMO Breakfast Series with Jim Speros, EVP & CMO at Fidelity: Presented by Microsoft
28 Apr 2011 CMO Breakfast Series with Karen Coppola, SVP of Marketing at The TJX Companies, Inc: Presented by Microsoft
22 Mar 2011 Selling Creative
01 Mar 2011 Creative Concepts
28 Feb 2011 CMO Breakfast Series with Aetna: Presented by Microsoft
25 Jan 2011 History of Advertising...Rewritten
24 Jan 2011 The Ad Club Annual Meeting
15 Dec 2010 Essentials of Account Management
14 Dec 2010 CMO Breakfast Series with Zipcar
22 Nov 2010 CMO Breakfast Series with the Boston Celtics
09 Nov 2010 Ad Club Book Club: ANYWHERE with Emily Nagle Green
19 Oct 2010 CMO Breakfast Series with Liberty Mutual
19 Oct 2010 Essential Communication Skills & Strategies
07 Oct 2010 Ad Club Book Club: Marketing Lessons from the Grateful Dead, with Brian Halligan
30 Sep 2010 Ad Club Book Club: Series Discount
30 Sep 2010 Ad Club Book Club: EMPOWERED, with Josh Bernoff
29 Sep 2010 Creative Concepts
21 Sep 2010 CMO Breakfast Series with Jet Blue
26 Aug 2010 CMO Breakfast Series with Reebok
28 Jun 2010 CMO Breakfast Series: Brand Reputation Management
27 May 2010 CMO Breakfast Series: Growing Your Brand
05 Apr 2010 Foursquare & the Rise of Location-Based Social Networking
25 Feb 2010 CMO Breakfast Series: Reinventing Your Brand
01 Dec 2009 I Have To Make A What?
14 Oct 2009 CEO Roundtable: The Passionate Consumer ... Your Brand's Best Friend
23 Sep 2009 Creative Concepts
18 Sep 2009 Embracing Change: New Media & New Thinking
10 Sep 2009 Conversations and Connections: Lessons Learned on the Way from Intern to CEO
05 Aug 2009 All About Crowdsourcing
15 Jul 2009 The Ad Club TweetUp
12 May 2009 Creating a Brand in 0-90 Days using Social Media
16 Apr 2009 Social Media With Julie Hall
 

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