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Matisse
Brand Purr-sonality for an Advertising Agency in Rhode Island.
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Matisse Jan 12
LinkedIn for networking is like a cone is to ice cream
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Matisse Jan 12
Check out what a great LOCAL Rhode Island company idea! Wish I had something like this when I was in college....
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Hootsuite Jan 4
Why you should incorporate GIFs into your social media strategy (and where to find them):
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Matisse Dec 17
Do you ever dream of marketing? Sometimes we do...
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Matisse Dec 13
Bacardi and Swizz Beatz Just Created a New Kind of DJ Experience on Instagram
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Matisse Dec 13
Replying to @AKAZAKCI
please explain why you this is incorrect! We would love to hear a different opinion!
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Matisse Dec 12
Mass marketing doesn't work.....
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Matisse Dec 11
Acronyms for marketing? You should know all of these!
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Matisse Dec 11
Ever have a creative block? Try closing the laptop and socialize with coworkers
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Matisse Dec 10
Creativity is key to have your brand STICK
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Matisse Dec 9
Laughing should be a common office occurrence if not, look up a cat video and call everyone around to LOL
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Matisse Dec 8
Looking for jobs on Craigslist? You won’t find your dream job there, try
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Matisse Dec 2
Jump for joy all the content is holiday themed
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Matisse Dec 2
What are your favorite social media goal planning tools?
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Matisse Dec 2
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Matisse Dec 2
Replying to @PARLri
hello! Do you mean December?
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Matisse Nov 29
Holidays+Social Media= CRAZY engagement
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Matisse Nov 29
because the competition loathes it
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Matisse Nov 29
When the cat leaves the room after an idea is discussed, obviously we know his thoughts on it
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Business Insider Nov 23
Psychologists say the 'IKEA effect' explains how to get your employees to work harder
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