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Radio buttons — what are they, and how do marketers use them? Well, like most marketing tactics, it’s something you’ve seen everywhere but simply might not have known the name for. A radio button can be used in any form where you need people to make choices, like a survey, newsletter sign-up or a lead generation form.
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… In an effort to provide more up-to-date guidance, the Compliance Council recently revised its “Retailer Affiliate Agreement” whitepaper. Originally published in 2013, the newly revised guide is designed to provide best practices to retailers, including affiliate managers and agencies, on establishing affiliate agreements. Publishers may…
…–not even a social media marketer–is perfect, so it’s understandable that a company’s social media feed may have the occasional language choice misstep. To help you steer clear of wince-worthy words, we’ve collected some commonly seen and heard terms and phrases that can safely be banned from your social vocabulary. If we’ve missed any that drive…