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Entrepreneur

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Time

03.18.2010

Dallas Observer

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New York Times

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Forbes

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Time

03.26.2009

USA Today

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St. Paul Pioneer Press

01.30.2009

Forbes

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New York Times

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The Guardian

12.18.2007

Forbes

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San Jose Mercury News

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11.06.2006

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Time

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Heather B. Armstrong

Heather B. Armstrong is a speaker, a best-selling and award-winning writer, a brand consultant, and a Trivial Pursuit answer.

As a pioneer in the world of writing and Internet advertising, Heather built a massive audience of her own while helping global brands create meaningful, targeted content that reaches people in new, inventive ways. She’s also the mother of two daughters and can beat you at scrabble.