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USDM.net Founder and Chairman Leah Woolford Returns to CEO Position to Spearhead Expansion Plans

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AUSTIN, Texas, April 22, 2015 — Leah Woolford Founder and Chairman of USDM.net has announced that effective April 1, 2015 she assumed the role of CEO from Michael J. Priem, who stepped down after eight years to pursue other opportunities.” “I want to thank Michael for the contribution he has made to USDM and to wish him the best in…

Look What You Might Have Missed by Looking in the Wrong Direction

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You may already analyze Big Data, integrate lots of consumer tracking, and have metrics around all of your marketing and advertising spend. But what if you have been tracking and looking in the wrong direction? What if you have been applying the wrong data to your strategy? Today, influencing your customers and prospects wherever they are is increasingly important. But…

The Badvertising Top Ten

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As a progressive agency that’s passionate about new ideas, USDM feels an inherent responsibility to put forth original messaging that clearly differentiates our clients from their competitors.  The first step in that process is just avoiding cliches and other hackneyed phrases that have become common denominators among do-it-yourself advertisers.  Following are a dozen or so that – except in the…

One-Hour Marketizing

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Guy walks into a psychiatrist’s office and says “Doc, you gotta help me.  My wife thinks she’s a piano.”  Psychiatrist says “Ok, bring her in.”  Guy says “What, are ya nuts?  You know how much it costs to move a piano?!?” Great old joke. Used to be one of my favorites. Until I started managing ad agencies and marketing teams. …