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Take a look at the infographic I wrote and created. Yes, she's wearing a mask! It's funny, right? Humor can increase employee engagement. Why should you care about employee engagement? Because internal communications is the NEW corporate communications. - Margo Dwight, Internal, Corporate and Marketing Communications Consultant: My experience. Your results.

Take a look at my mini-infographic. It's called: Employee engagement: Define engagement goals in realistic, everyday terms. I've said it before: Internal communications is the NEW corporate communications. My focus is on communications and marketing strategy. I'm not a professional graphic artist; I'm a professional communicator and strategist! - Margo Dwight, Internal, Corporate and Marketing Communications Consultant: My experience. Your results.

Take a look at the infographic I wrote and created. It's called: Rethink your strategy: Email marketing campaigns. - Margo Dwight, Internal, Corporate and Marketing Communications Consultant: My experience. Your results.

Take a look at the infographic I wrote and created. It's called: Are brands engaged with their followers? Yes! Are followers the same as customers? No. - Margo Dwight, Internal, Corporate and Marketing Communications Consultant: My experience. Your results.

Take a look at the infographic I wrote and created. It's called: B2B digital marketing. - Margo Dwight, Internal, Corporate and Marketing Communications Consultant: My experience. Your results.

Take a look at my infographic. It's called: How to improve employee engagement. Ronnie Battista, Rutgers, shares a quote from Forrester: "Companies need to understand ... the relationships among a company's EMPLOYEES, partners and customers that determine the quality of ALL CUSTOMER INTERACTIONS." I've said it before: Executives, why should you care about employee engagement? Because internal communications is the NEW corporate communications. - Margo Dwight

Take a look at the infographic I wrote and created. It's called: Employee engagement: Choosing the right manager is crucial to your company's success. Internal communications is the new corporate communications. - Margo Dwight, Internal, Corporate and Marketing Communications Consultant: My experience. Your results.

Take a look at the infographic I wrote and created. It's called: How to create successful email marketing campaigns. - Margo Dwight, Internal, Corporate and Marketing Communications Consultant: My experience. Your results.