The Hodges Partnership
We start by exploring your goals, whether it’s raising your company’s profile, making a splash with a new product or enhancing your expertise in front of your target customers. We do a lot of that – exploring, raising, splashing, enhancing – along with a whole lot of other smart tactics designed to get you noticed.
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The Gong BlogArts and Letters, Part II: HodgePodge for Dec. 6
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Earlier this fall, Barilla made headlines for all the wrong reasons: its president said they’d never use a gay family in advertisements. News outlets reported on planned boycotts, people flocked to social media expressing outrage and clever Photoshoppers edited the company’s trademark blue Barilla box to say, “Bigotoni,” a play...