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Will Hull

Very true. We are working on identifying campaigns of a new target audience here and we are thinking in many of these ways. Thanks for illuminating it so concisely for us at UCP.

Beth Kanter

Love David Armano's work and it's adaptable for nonprofits. I think one way to bring the ROI wall down is to use his "listen learn adapt" methods

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V. true ... and half the time we don't even realise we're doing it.

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