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November 1 2012 – ELMHURST, IL – Calderone Marketing, a full-service marketing agency, and Nu Crepes, a gourmet crepe restaurant, partner to name Nu Crepes the official Elmhurst “Headquarters for Movember” in an effort to encourage awareness of men’s health issues in the town. Movember is an international month-long event in November encouraging the growth   

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Whoa. Apologies for the lapse in content here. Life has been crazy (in good ways!) and I’ve neglected something that I tell all of my clients to keep consistant: your blog! That being said, this is the first post in the “Freemium Fridays” series highlighting apps and services that use this model: Freemium (via Wikipedia):   

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[Editors note: This post contains about 15 too many cat puns.] Budgeting for a small business is similar to giving a cat a haircut; a lot of cuts happen and in the end, it probably isn’t good looking. No one understands this more than Chicago’s own entrePURRneur Steve Gadlin, founder of Blewt! Productions and recent Shark Tank   

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Google Currents is an amazing mobile app (iOS or Android) that turns any RSS feed into a gorgeous mobile-optimized magazine. It’s free to setup and allows for email acquisition, splash pages, and many other customization tools that turns your feed into a phenomenal mobile experience. It’s free to setup and takes only about 15-20 minutes to get everything   

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Story at a glance: Mark Zuckerberg announced this afternoon Facebook has purchased Instagram Reportedly, the deal is worth $1 billion Instagram will remain growing independently of Facebook Deja-vu? Back in 2008, a similar social networking powerhouse (Myspace) purchased a platform that was drawing great traffic from their network (Photobucket), but only pulled 300 million dollars. Granted we’ve seen   

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Steve, your hypothetical Internet Marketing Coordinator! Something I’ve often come across over the past few years is a frustration with who’s in charge of a business’ digital media and marketing. Since it’s a relatively new industry, I understand the confusion on who’s qualified to help your business and who’s definitely not, with quite a bit   

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