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Welcome! My name is Colleen Bruemmer and I'm a Direct/Database and Inbound Marketing professional. I'm interested in and will post about direct/database marketing, social media, inbound marketing, mobile marketing, personal branding and job search.

I also post quotes and occasionally scripture passages that are intended to inspire and motivate. I enjoy humor and will share the lighter side of life too.

I am currently in transition so to learn more about me, please see my LinkedIn profile or my About.Me profile at
Who I Follow

Facebook Brand Timelines: 6 Big Changes Every Marketer Needs to Understand
Victoria Ransom is founder and CEO of Wildfire Interactive, the global leader in social media marketing software. Victoria and Wildfire will host a free webinar on March 2 at 10 a.m. PT, entitled “Timeline for Brands: How to Make the Switch,” further outlining best practices for brands in tra…

This cartoon comes courtesty of HubSpot’s blog today.  I’ve been working on an Inbound Marketing Professional Certification program through their organization and have just recently started reading their blog. 

Information about their blog including a link to subscribe is provided below.  They offer some great information about inbound marketing and I highly recommend their blog and other resources.

The HubSpot Inbound Internet Marketing blog covers all of inbound marketing - SEO, blogging, social media, lead generation, email marketing, lead nurturing & management, and analytics.

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This blog post from HubSpot demonstrates the power of social media — and in particular — video. This 9 year old boy was able to work with his Dad (a journalist) to ask the GOP candidates “If you could be a superhero, who would you be and why?”

The blog post is an interesting read and the 5 minute video they created is fun to watch — regardless of your political affiliation and/or support of any one candidate.


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There is nothing noble in being superior to your fellow man; true nobility is being superior to your former self.
Ernest Hemingway (via thefreenomad)

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