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Killer content will click with customers


By Nick Mansley, 23 November 2015

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Prior to the internet if a company wanted to order some printed collateral they would typically pick up a copy of the local Yellow Pages and thumb through the alphabetised list of printers in the area before randomly selecting one. It was as rudimentary as it gets.

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