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At Walker Marketing, we don’t just talk about thought leadership — we practice it. You’re invited to read our blog posts and learn about our thoughts on marketing and public relations. We welcome your comments and questions.

Four Ways to Improve the "Social" Attributes of Your Shopping Cart

By Walker Marketing | Aug 23, 2010

As an alternative to adding ecommerce to social sharing sites, consider reconfiguring your existing website’s post conversion pages with social media tools!

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Friends, Fans and Customers

By Erin Richey | Aug 16, 2010

More and more we see companies large and small experimenting with social networks to see how and if it can benefit their bottom line.

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Today's Communication Tools may be Mightier than the Sword

By Walker Marketing | Aug 9, 2010

Technology cuts away barriers and gives each of us a global platform for capturing and distributing news.

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How Old Spice Created New Opportunity For Senior Businesses

By Walker Marketing | Jul 22, 2010

New viral advertising campaign should be a blueprint in future strategic planning for seniors.

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4 Keys to Home Care Marketing Success

By Walker Marketing | Jul 18, 2010

Follow these four simple rules to improve your marketing results and to better reach today’s and tomorrow’s caregiver.

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Smart Phones Growing Factor in Web Design

By Walker Marketing | Jul 1, 2010

The move to smart phone browsing continues to gain momentum.

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10 Ways to Conduct Effective Team Project Meetings

By Walker Marketing | Jun 6, 2010

Don’t rely on formulas or gadgets to govern resources associated with company meetings. Good old fashioned meeting planning, structure and follow up will yield efficiencies every time.

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Don't Overestimate Facebook Expertise

By Walker Marketing | Jun 2, 2010

Clients, and their customers, are familiar with Facebook but they may not know how to use it to its fullest potential.

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