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The ENX2 team sounds off on what’s going on in the world today. Please note that the blogs found in this archive do not represent the opinions of ENX2 Marketing, its management, or other employees.

#MeToo: Sexual Harassment and the Power of the Hashtag

I am one of the fortunate ones. I never experienced sexual harassment — in the workplace, that is. Sure I got the catcalls and rude gestures from men while walking down the street, one even had the balls to try and touch me inappropriately while I was walking to the store. Needless to say, he […]

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Happy Thanksgiving from ENX2 Marketing!

November 22nd, 2017

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Happy Thanksgiving, everyone! During this time of the year, we all take a moment to pause and show appreciation for all the good things in our lives. ENX2 Marketing just wants to take a moment to wish all our families, friends, and loved ones a wonderful holiday season. We are exceptionally thankful to all our […]

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Dogs and Cats Living Together: The Social Media Insanity Following the Presidential Election

Please note: Wendy Lindars’ opinions does not reflect that of ENX2 Marketing, its management, or its employees. We all woke up to a country that’s gone insane. At least that’s what it looks like on social media this morning. In the wee hours of the morning, Donald Trump was declared the winner of the 2016 […]

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The Marketing of an American Tragedy

September 13th, 2016

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On Sunday, we all took a moment to remember the events that occurred 15 years ago that changed our nation forever. For those who were alive and witnessed the Twin Towers fall, watch the smoke rise from the Pentagon, and watched the wreckage of a plane in Pennsylvania, it’s hard to forget what happened that […]

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Reflections Upon Turning Age 40 or Taking Stock is a Good Thing

August 23rd, 2016

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Tomorrow I hit a milestone birthday (or as my father calls it, the anniversary of my birth). I become the big 4-0. Oh the horror, oh the pain. This number has been plaguing my mind since I turned 35 but I got to say, I’m not dreading my 40s. When I was much younger and […]

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Don’t Ask What You Can Do For Millennials; Ask What Millennials Can Do For You

August 3rd, 2016

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As a recent college graduate, I can attest to the difficulty that comes with finding a job. Every communication/public relations/marketing company wants agency experience. Even with six internships in my field, I was struggling just to get the interview. In cases like these, it’s not necessarily our fault. People are hesitant to hire millennials. Whether […]

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How the Stanford Rape Case Turned into Social Media Hysteria

It’s Friday night and two generic college students are stumbling back to someone’s dorm room after meeting at a stereotypical college party. They’d both drank more than they should and their talking turned into flirting, flirting into dancing, dancing into kissing. The door to the dorm room closes and what happens after that no one […]

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Marketers can learn a lot from David Bowie

This week we learned of the passing of a rock god. David Bowie was more than just a rock star — he was an artist. From his psychedelic beginnings in the ’60s, to his glittery alien persona of the early 1970s, to the Thin White Duke of the ’80s and finally the rock legend of his […]

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Businesses Need to Stick By Their Promises

November 17th, 2015

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This past weekend, I got roped into helping one of my closest friends move from her apartment in Scranton, PA to a cabin in the woods in New Jersey’s Pine Barrens. She had recently accepted a job as the director of a wildlife refuge, a dream job for her. However, the move was anything but. […]

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