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Minimally Adequate Event Series

Throughout the month of January, the Post and Courier is hosting a series of panel discussions inspired by Minimally Adequate, a published series of stories focused on the challenges facing South Carolina’s public school system. Bringing together educators and legislators from throughout the state, the events’ discussions will shine a light on the critical issues that reporters found during their eight-month investigation. The stories came from a team of five reporters, two of which opened up in a Q&A to share their thoughts on the series. Reporters Jennifer Berry-Hawes and Thad Moore explain Minimally Adequate and its impact on the state of South Carolina.
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Website Redesign

5 Reasons it’s Time for a Website Redesign

A website is every business’ online front door. It’s the first thing people see when they arrive at your doorstep looking for more information about your products and/or services. Once your site loads, it takes .5 seconds for users to form an opinion about your overall brand. Needless to say, you need to make sure your website is visually pleasing and provides a quality user experience from the get-go.
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Post and Courier Community Engagement

How Community Engagement Will Benefit your Business

At the core of marketing, it’s all about building positive relationships that benefit both the customer and the business. Whether these relationships develop online or in person, the goal is to give consumers a personal connection to the brand. While digital marketing is often at the forefront of our minds when forming this bond, it’s important not to overlook the value of community engagement in your overall strategy.
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