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BOLD, a series of interactive workshops, has chosen Corey Brown as the keynote speaker at their first event on September 19, 2019. Brown is the Director of Web Services at Knucklepuck, a digital marketing agency in Arlington, VA and the founder of No Treble, the online magazine for bass players. When announcing the selection, KiKi L’Italien, a BOLD founder, said:...
Corey Brown Selected to be Keynote Speaker at BOLD
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Corey Brown Selected to be Keynote Speaker at BOLD

BOLD, a series of interactive workshops, has chosen Corey Brown as the keynote speaker at their first event on September 19, 2019. Brown is the Director of Web Services at Knucklepuck, a digital marketing agency in Arlington, VA and the founder of No Treble, the online magazine for bass players. When announcing the selection, KiKi L’Italien, a BOLD founder, said:…

Knucklepuck’s Corey Brown & Joey Blake Featured at WordCamp 2018 Baltimore
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Knucklepuck’s Corey Brown & Joey Blake Featured at WordCamp 2018 Baltimore

Corey Brown, Director of Web Services at Knucklepuck, opened WordCamp Baltimore with the 1st presentation of the weekend. Brown was passionate about the importance of recognizing that— beyond building an effective front end of the website — designing the CMS (content management system) for the content managers responsible for the site is of critical importance. “Content managers understand content, taxonomies…

5 Things I Learned From Bamboo Chalupa
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5 Things I Learned From Bamboo Chalupa

Bamboo Chalupa? It’s a digital marketing podcast I first learned about when I clicked on the headline “25 Podcasts That Will Make You a Better Marketer.” After checking out many of the recommendations on the list, I came to the opinion that the number was inflated. Bamboo Chalupa was one of the good ones, though. Let’s address the elephant in…

Alternatives to Google AdWords
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Alternatives to Google AdWords

Google Adwords is the 800 lb gorilla of the search ad market. According to the research firm eMarketer: Last year, Google grossed about $24.6 billion in revenue from search ads. That’s more than 75 percent of the market. Google ad search revenue is expected to grow to $36.6 billion in 2019 and estimated to have a search ad market share…

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