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    Savoring the Surprises: A Marketer’s Secret Weapon

     
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    Webinar: How To Become A Category Leader

     
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    Is Big Data a Big Disappointment?

    Every single choice we make online is documented somewhere in black or white, yes or no, one or zero. Millions of people, making millions of decisions creates an excess of data available for those looking to mine its insights. 
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    Customer & Brand Insights: The Value of Many Sources

    Aligning your business around an experience that serves customers’ needs fully, every time - this requires a deep understanding of their motivators, needs and behaviors in the context of the market and the larger culture. You’re not going to get there with some...
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    Pasta? It’s Complicated.

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    Jobs To Be Done for Marketing

    Allow me to paint a picture of your role and our experience as modern marketers... We’ve found ourselves in a race to be better. Better than the direct competitors in our market category. Better than others we may not deem comparable, yet find are feeding off our...
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    Jobs to Be Done: A better way to research the customer journey

    Customer journey mapping documents the typical process your customers go through as they make a decision to purchase. The output of the mapping exercise is a visualization of the process with details around customer views, motivations, questions and typical brand...
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    Delight Your Customers with Jobs To Be Done

    You know delighting customers is key to driving word-of-mouth referrals and growing your business. What you may not know is how you can use the Jobs To Be Done theory to identify exactly how, when, and where to delight them.
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    Our Customer Research & Brand Development Process

    As an agency, we've found that in order to create powerful and emotionally resonant marketing campaigns, it’s critical to first do brand development and customer research work.
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