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    … Ahh, the age-old question: what image should I use to accompany a blog post? A stock image? A screenshot? Any old thing you find from Google Image Search…? (No, definitely don’t do that last one.) When people ask me, I usually send them down the Flickr Creative Commons route, as I hate stock imagery and Flickr images often feel more genuine…

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    … Let me guess. Your business sells products and services that help your customers. Your products are unstoppable, your service is unparalleled, and you beat out the competition every time. There’s just one problem…. Your customers aren’t looking for a hero. They’re looking for a way to be a hero. Which is why, Bob Dragich — marketing…

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  • [Checklist] 7 Essential Elements of Email Design

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