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Selling On Pinterest

May 18, 2014

We’ve got a new graphic for you about selling on Pinterest. I’ll put the graphic out, then write 3 blog posts about each phase in this selling process. Source

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Marketing Trends Part III

May 18, 2014

Generation Y includes an estimated 70 million Americans who are entering the working class. Marketers need to recognize this new segment and develop relevant marketing strategies. Find out more about marketing in this infographic. Source

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Promo Campaign Planner for Seasonal Sale Success

May 13, 2014

The infographic is a great source of ideas for every month and will help you keep your email marketing relevant and universal with minimum effort. Source

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Diffusing the Bomb

May 1, 2014

If you ask a PR representative which customers they worry about, they’ll never say the satisfied ones. It’s the unhappy consumer that businesses center their efforts on. Social media can provide businesses with great marketing opportunities. However, by its very nature social platforms allow dissatisfied customers to express their opinions in very public way. When […]

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Should You Hire or Contract Your Marketing department

April 29, 2014

Determining the right marketing needs for your organization requires a balance of different considerations: size, cost, skills, and tacit industry knowledge. This is why it is often a difficult decision for marketing execs to find the precise solution for their department. To discover whether it’s better to hire a full-time, in-house marketing team or to […]

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New World Marketing

April 29, 2014

One of many other industries affected by the Internet age has definitely been marketing. Because marketing is all about communication, the Internet has proved to be a certified playground for marketing professional. Learn how the Web has changed the game in traditional marketing. Source

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Who Buys iPads?

April 26, 2014

One of the most useful things marketers can learn about buyers of a hot product is what their habits and lifestyle are like. Bluekai, a marketing data firm, has the ability to “profile” buyers of specific items to get an idea of their other interests and similarities. Source

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The impact of digital ad bombardment on the customer

April 23, 2014

Consumers are saturated by the volume of digital marketing messages. This infographic from Upstream demonstrates the impact on response rates. Source

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The Two Tasks of Social Content Marketing: Search and Engage

April 22, 2014

Content marketing is nothing new. In fact, most companies utilize it every. A recent study found that 79% of B2B marketers post articles and 74% use social media as part of their content marketing plans. Quality content has the ability engage people, as well as convert online visitors to customers and grow your brand. At […]

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PPC, the Stereo System Analogy

April 21, 2014

Think of good PPC like a stereo system — everything’s connected and the output is only as good as the weakest component. Source

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ECommerce Goes Personal

April 18, 2014

Infographic about the role of personalization in Electronic Commerce. According to several studies and reports, personalization is one of the key components to boost sales and improve customer experience in ecommerce sites. Source

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You’ve Got (Video Mail)

April 14, 2014

For the typical small business, email marketing is used to reach the most relevant audience and drive conversion rates. But today, these email blasts are getting a negative reputation, ending up discarded in SPAM inboxes. Enter the YouTube era. Can organizations effectively use interactive video to shake up their business model and appeal to a […]