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Echo & Sway - Issue #2

Maybe it's ironic that the second issue of my new newsletter focuses on "stop doing stuff." Yet, I've
Echo & Sway - Issue #2
By Joe Taylor Jr. • Issue #2 • View online
Maybe it’s ironic that the second issue of my new newsletter focuses on “stop doing stuff.” Yet, I’ve had a bunch of conversations with clients over the past few weeks about maintaining legacy systems (and content) that customers don’t actually use. Summer doesn’t start for a few more weeks—there’s still time for “spring cleaning” across your communications platforms.

Why your competitors’ online presence catches the spotlight—while you’re stuck in the shadows
'A fun adventure, not a business': The Weather Channel stopped publishing video on Facebook - Digiday
How the ‘World’s Most Comfortable Shoe’ Is Challenging Nike and Adidas - WSJ
Cheating here, since I took this photo during our vacation in February. But I hope you got to enjoy a view like this during the holiday weekend!
Cheating here, since I took this photo during our vacation in February. But I hope you got to enjoy a view like this during the holiday weekend!
Echo & Sway
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