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Think Tank Named Best Place to Work in St. Louis

The Ninjas at Think Tank are always hearing CEO and Ninja-in-Charge Trish Cheatham say things like, “When the world gets in my way I say, “Have a nice day!” And, while she can’t claim this slogan as her own (her “boyfriend” Jon Bon Jovi coined…

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Think Tank Takes Home Top Marketing Firm Award in St. Louis

Well, it has been a banner year around Ninja Central this year.  As many of you know, we were honored to be named Top St. Louis Public Relations Firm by St. Louis Small Business Monthly in July of this year. But, just when we thought…

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Two More Days Until CreateAthon, Yo!

Oh boy, oh boy, oh boy. Yeah, you heard us – OH BOY! Only two more days until CreateAthon and the energy at Think Tank is palpable.

Today we met with more of our chosen 2012 CreateAthon clients and devised innovative strategies to implement for them… you know…like new websites, like search engine optimization techniques, like custom HTML email newsletters, like cutting-edge social media strategies, like How-To-Be-An-Honorary-Ninja-101. Oh, it is so very exciting!

We are also preparing mentally and physically for our big 24-hour design-a-thon. We’re stocking up on coffee and Red Bull. We practiced our lethal Krav Maga skills. We checked to make sure our pantry of protein shakes was ready for a nuclear holocaust. We did push-ups on our knuckles.

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What You Talkin’ Bout Willis?

Nah, I’m not gonna talk about Gary Coleman and his recent arrest. Although, that would make for some interesting…um…commentary. (He’s so un-Ninja.)

Instead, I want to talk to our Ninja-followers about Social Media strategies and the importance of Social Media in your marketing campaign. No, I am not talking about tweeting and facebooking about what you drank last night, how you love the show “The Bachelor” (although, who doesn’t?), or what car you are trying to sell by starting a Facebook Event (REALLY???). I’m talking about real life strategies.

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