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1982-86 Danny Gare And then the following: 1926-27 Art Duncan 1927-30 Reg …

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1982-86 Danny Gare

And then the following:
1926-27 Art Duncan
1927-30 Reg Noble
1930-31 George Hay
1931-32 Carson Cooper
1932-33 Larry Aurie
1933-34 Herbie Lewis
1934-35 Ebbie Goodfellow
1935-38 Doug Young
1938-41 Ebbie Goodfellow
1941-42 Ebbie Goodfellow-Syd Howe
1942-43 Sid Abel
1943-44 Mud Bruteneau Flash Hollet
1944-45 Flash Hollet
1945-46 Flash Hollet-Sid Abel
1946-52 Sid Abel
1952-56 Ted Lindsay
1956-58 Red Kelly
1958-62 Gordie Howe
1962-73 Alex Delvecchio
1973-74 Alex Delvecchio-Nick Libett-Red Berenson
1974-75 Marcel Dionne
1975-76 Danny Grant-Terry Harper
1976-77 Danny Grant-Dennis Polonich
1977-78 Dan Maloney-Dennis Hextall
1978-79 Dennis Hextall-Nick Libett-Paul Woods
1979-80 Dale McCourt
1980-81 Errol Thompson-Reed Larson
1981-82 Reed Larson

Puck U: Yeah right, I had to look up that Danny Gare was the old captain of the Red Wings. (sarcasm) Yes, I did copy and paste the rest of the answer, since her question wasn’t exact…..because there were MANY captains before Yzerman. If I would have gone from memory, I probably would have had the years all wrong, and forgotten some of the multiple captains from the 70’s, and totally been clueless pre-Ted Lindsay era.
I am not looking to give a history lesson, but rather give a correct answer. I initially simply put, Danny Gare, but then I realized the question was not specific as to what captain.
By the way, I would never use that pathetic excuse for a website called Wikipedia…..and I find that to be the biggest insult to your answer. What did I ever do to you?

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Social Media Marketing is more involved than just Facebook, in my opinion. Depending on what your business is, I feel there are very different levels of ROI that can be seen. Some business models definitely work better in the social media world than others.

To effectively use Social Media, you need to dedicate resources to be active in the social communities. Facebook pages are great, and Facebook ads can work, but if you are not actively engaging with your fans, and posting updates and valuable things to your Fans, then it does not accomplish much. If you can give online coupon codes to your fans, or promote new products that will add value to your users, then it can be valuable.

Same goes for Twitter. Having a Twitter account can be a really interesting way to interact with people. Resources like TweetDeck can help you monitor your brand, and specific keywords across twitter. If you have a brand people are talking about, you can monitor it, and reach out to people, either thanking them for the mention, or responding to any negative feedback that might be out there. If you actively monitor this “Noise” about your brand, it can be a really powerful marketing tool (again, within the right industry).

I have found that this seems to be most effective in B2C markets. B2B markets are a bit tougher to utilize these sites, but it can be done, if you commit to it.

Other effective social media sites to think about are things like YouTube. Videos don’t need to be professional quality, but just be interesting or fun. Having a blog is a great way to produce valuable content and interact with your customers. There are a million other community type sites, you just have to look for them. It has become so popular, that many of these sites are forming communities around specific industries. You just have to look for your community, and be active. That is the key to Social Media.

I have also found it is hard to have an agency handle this type of marketing for you. Take it in-house, and you will have a much more real feel to your interactions, and give people insight into your company and the culture of the employees and company itself.

Long response. Sorry, but hopefully some of it is helpful for you. Good luck if you decide to go down this route.

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Social media is free and it has a super far reach as well as a huge impact on how well you show up in google and other search engine searches. get on every social media platform there is out there even the less known ones like fark or high5.

one other tip id give is to have the same branding across all your sites so use this tool basically say your bands name is the dudlestrummers. you want that name across all social networks the same you dont want to be “dudlestrummers” on twitter but dudlestrummers123 on youtube. You wnat consistant branding across all platforms.

alsop you may want to consider buying likes, favs, views, followers, subscribers, etc. lady gaga, an dmany other musicians as well as politicians like mitt romney have done it to give your profile and your band an artificial boost.

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7. Island, Aldous Huxley
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11. The Last Battle, C. S. Lewis
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15. Beware the Fish!, Gordon Korman
16. One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich, Alexander Solzhenitsyn
17. The Mouse That Roared (series), Leonard Wibberly
18. Night, Elie Wiesel
19. Cat’s Cradle, Kurt Vonnegut Jr.
20. The Short Stories, Ernest Hemingway
21. The Great Gatsby, F. Scott Fitzgerald*
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25. All Creatures Great and Small (series), James Herriot
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34. Hamlet, William Shakespeare
35. Jurassic Park, Michael Crichton
36. A Lesson Before Dying, Ernest J. Gaines
37. The Metamorphosis, Franz Kafka
38. The Zucchini Warriors, Gordon Korman
39. The Celery Stalks at Midnight, James Howe
40. Raise High the Roof Beam, Carpenters and Seymour: an Introduction, J. D. Salinger
41. Beloved, Toni Morrison
42. To Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee
43. The Things They Carried, Tim O’Brien
44. Julius Caesar, William Shakespeare
45. Danny, Champion of the World, Roald Dahl
46. The Illustrated Man, Ray Bradbury
47. The Time Garden, Edward Eager
48. The House at Pooh Corner, A. A. Milne
49. A Medicine for Melancholy, Ray Bradbury
50. 40 Stories, Donald Barthelme
51. Matilda, Roald Dahl
52. The Joy Luck Club, Amy Tan
53. Losing Joe’s Place, Gordon Korman
54. Uncle Wiggily’s Story Book, Howard R. Garis
55. Nine Stories, J. D. Salinger
56. The Waste Land, T. S. Eliot
57. The Wind in the Willows, Kenneth Grahame
58. No Coins, Please, Gordon Korman
59. The Just So Stories, Rudyard Kipling
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73. Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator, Roald Dahl
74. The Martian Chronicles, Ray Bradbury
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77. The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, C. S. Lewis
78. A Semester in the Life of a Garbage Bag, Gordon Korman
79. The Haunted Bookshop, Christopher Morley
80. We, Yevgeny Zamyatin
81. Magic or Not?, Edward Eager
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83. A Christmas Carol, Charles Dickens
84. Driving Blind, Ray Bradbury
85. Long After Midnight, Ray Bradbury
86. Early Stories, Anton Chekov
87. Marcovaldo, Italo Calvino
88. Dubliners, James Joyce
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96. Frog and Toad are Friends (series), Arnold Lobel
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98. The Velveteen Rabbit, Margery Williams
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