Saturday, December 27, 2014

Girl Scouts Teach You a Thing or Two about Atlanta Online Marketing

As reported by the New York Times, the digital platform, which has only been approved recently after years of prohibiting internet sales of cookies, aims to teach girls vital entrepreneurial skills, which has been the aim of the program since it was started in 1917 in Oklahoma. Sarah Angel-Johnson, the brains behind the “Digital Cookie”, said that the program also intends to utilize modern tools to teach members a thing or two about online marketing and its role in the whole enterprise. With Digital Cookie, each scout can create her own cookie website, which customers can have access to only if they receive an invitation through e-mail. How can this relate to making an effective Atlanta online marketing strategy?

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