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Elliott Cunningham is a strategist with a successful track record of developing, positioning, creating and marketing a variety industries. He is the co-author of  the Social Media Magnet course-ware and live practicum.

Top of My Mind

  • Branding ~ Invest in One of Your Best Assets
    Your brand should be the focal point of your marketing effort. Many times the sales and operations efforts will swamp the branding and eventually dilute the best. Starbucks saw this first hand in its efforts to improve efficiency when it converted to automated espresso machines. While producing Read More...
  • Develop your own Stimulus Package
    Now is the time to develop and focus your promotional efforts to create your own stimulus package and grow your business. Don’t cut off your future by hunkering down and forgetting to promote for tomorrow. Whether it is your word-of-mouth promotion via non-paid methods or full blow ad Read More...
  • iPhones and Airlines
    Some companies have a clear idea of what they want to produce and who they are producing it for. In other words, they’ve created their own culture. Apple is one of these companies. Their designs have been revolutionary (take the iPhone or the iPod, for instance), and their products have Read More...

and Much Much More…

  • Redeeming the Creative Process SyFy
    Top of Mind
    Working in creative endeavors has always been interesting. Balancing art and commerce is a fine line, and when it applies to advertising, promotion and marketing, it can get very blurry. You can always tell the ads and creative marketing ideas that had “too many chefs.” I had an embarrassing moment Read more...
  • No Dissing On the Bus
    Leadership and more
    One season, we ran a tour with two bands on a tour bus, living on the road together for a month at a time over 9 months. It is typical for folks to chide one another, and it can get pretty tough when they are living on a “land submarine” 12 hours a day! I realized as we pulled into venues for shows Read more...
  • Can Web 2.0 go to work?
    and much much more
    Over the past two years, McKinsey has studied more than 50 early adopters of Web 2.0 who are using technologies such as blogs, wikis, information tagging, prediction markets, and social networks. In this article they have drawn six insights on how companies can best use these technologies and they Read more...