About Kris Prusynski

Kris works on the Commercial Marketing team at TDS Telecom and helps TDS achieve their online objectives through digital marketing and website optimization. She has worked in the digital marketing space for over 15 years, in product categories as diverse as shoes, banking, beds and pig farming supplies (really!). Kris has both undergraduate degrees and an MBA from the University of Wisconsin - Madison and therefore bleeds Badger red. She’s a veteran blogger on topics ranging from digital marketing to Wisconsin fish frys to the sweet necessity of ugly office sweaters. Nowadays, you’re more likely to find her on Twitter or Google+ trying to decipher the mysteries of A Song of Ice and Fire. In her spare time, you can find Kris kayaking, hanging out at the dog park, or thinking about lawn care.
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Modern Seinfeld, modern phone systems, same old shenanigans

I went to college in the new B. C. (before cell phones), so I’ve often wondered how different those years would have been with modern… more...
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Making room at the cool kids’ table

One of my dad’s favorite movies was Field of Dreams. While that film’s iconic phrase, “If you build it, he will come,” referred to Ray… more...
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You’ve got to be kitten me!

As an Internet marketing professional, I can confirm that the Internet was actually created to efficiently distribute pictures & videos of cats. Everything else is… more...
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What Game of Thrones teaches us about business communications

I just finished binge watching the first two seasons of HBO’s Game of Thrones (don’t worry, I also read all of George R. R. Martin’s… more...
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The ‘Big Five’ office annoyances & How to deal with them

One of the best features of TDS’ signature business product, managedIP Hosted, is that it breaks some of the chains that constrain your business –… more...
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Leggings are not pants

America is in the middle of a fashion revolution. Casual Friday is giving way to casual every day. Here at TDS, we’ve adopted a casual… more...
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