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Knowledge Improves Lives Speaker Series: Uncle Sam Wants You! (To Optimize Content Strategy) - July 24, 2014

June 17th, 2014

By Julie Hentz, Director of Social Issue Marketing

Announcing the second seminar of the IQ Solutions Knowledge Improves Lives Speaker Series! Featured at the event: Uncle Sam Wants You (to Optimize Your Content) by Karen McGrane. Event takes place July 24, 2014 at the IQ Solutions Offices.
 

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Can Social Media and Email Marketing Be Friends?

Can Social Media and Email Marketing Be Friends?

June 2nd, 2011

By Derek Hidey, Interactive Communications Associate II

At first glance, social media might seem at odds with traditional email. After all, email communication seems primitive and archaic in comparison, first appearing in the early 1960s and predating what we know as the Internet by roughly 30 years. Despite its age, however, email still provides the backbone for most of the services and tools that can be found on the Internet today.

My Mental Health Day

Do You Need a “Mental Health Day”?

May 25th, 2011

By Stephanie Adams, Vice President, Research and Marketing Analytics

With “My Mental Health Day” coming up on Saturday, May 28, I invite you to join me in taking a mental health day.

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Aging & Health: A Great Adventure

May 13th, 2011

By Meredith Pond, Writer

“Aging is not for the faint hearted,” my grandmother told me as she took cautious steps from the car to the back door of our house. I was 6 then, and she had just turned 60. Things have changed. People say 60 is the new 40. To support that claim, this year’s National Women’s Health Week spotlights energetic older women who participate in 5K and 10K races, triathalons, and marathons.

From Womb to Tomb . . . to the Caucus Room?

From Womb to Tomb . . . to the Caucus Room?

May 12th, 2011

By Stephanie Adams, Vice President, Research and Marketing Analytics

Not too long ago, “women’s health” was simply a euphemism for family planning and abortion. Over the past 20 years, there has been a revolution in how we define women’s Health.