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GWmagazine Features Cross Media Marketing 101

July 13, 2011
Posted by JFM Concepts at 10:52 AM

The George Washington University Spring 2011 GWmagazine featured James D. Michelson’s (BA 1992) book Cross Media Marketing 101: The concise Guide to Surviving in the C-Suite from Schooner Press in the Alumni Bookshelf both online and in print.

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The book is available online at Barnes and Noble, Amazon, or by clicking here direct from the publisher.  See inside the book, including the table of contents and select pages at Amazon or at the link above.

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That's neat. Any idea how well the book is doing? It looks like I might have to give it a read through to decide for myself.

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