After reading, “The Rhetorical Power of Popular Culture: Considering Mediated Texts” by Deanna D. Sellnow, my eyes have been opened to the vast extent of how much control the media has over our society as a whole

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In order to follow through with this theory, an individual must 1) be paying attention to what they see, 2) remember what they have seen, 3) able to replicate that person’s actions or behaviors, and 4) motivated to imitate whatever they have observed.

https://annesarticles.wordpress.com/2020/08/25/rhetoric-is-powerful-it-controls-you-me-and-literally-everyone-else-immersed-in-pop-culture

Make Sense of Online Marketing with Our Free Guide

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Whether you’re a small business owner, nonprofit professional, entrepreneur, creative, or side-hustler, you’ve likely already started experimenting with online marketing. You might have built a website, started to advertise on social media, and maybe you even have an email newsletter.

Whether you have already started using some online marketing tools, or you’re just getting started thinking about your marketing, what often isn’t clear is the big picture. You might be wondering:

  • How do all of these online elements (website, social media, email, etc.) work together to actually help you meet your goals?
  • How do you prioritize a website versus social media versus review sites like Yelp and Google?
  • When is it time to start an email marketing program, and when you do, what do you even put in those emails?

Understanding online marketing can be overwhelming. Realistically, you probably only have a small amount of time each…

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