Monthly Archives: November 2016
We’re inviting all mobile marketing technology companies, service providers and agencies to be a part of our inaugural Mobile Marketing Reader Survey.
There is a changing approach in marketing strategy as millennials become part of small to medium sized businesses and we begin to notice how they differ from baby boomers.
Insurers went online a long time ago, but one of the major challenges has been creating an online experience that can handle the relatively complex insurance “form-filling” process. Jonathan Attwood, CEO of Fospha, explains how his company’s toolset can help insurers more accurately track their customers’ behaviour.
Content marketing has already solidified its stature as a powerhouse in the digital marketing space.
In growing a brand’s audience and customer base, it’s certainly proved how formidable the practice is, especially when integrated with other data-driven disciplines (like SEO).
It’s no longer a trend. It has already forced its way to stay.
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Instagram is quickly becoming the platform to beat in the world of social media. As of 2016, there are 500 million active users. While the applications are still not as solidified in the marketing niche as you see with Facebook and Twitter, it has becoming a uniquely valuable tools for brands looking to appeal to a generation moving further away from the standard networks. New Features Unrolled On Instagram: Saved… [Read More…]
This week was a bit depressing, news-wise. If you’re a fan of Vine, you’re probably mourning that Twitter pulled the plug. AMP pages are seeing wider use but failing to meet publisher expectations. And our Cre8asiteforums members are feeling dissatisfied with Facebook’s Insight Data reports. Take a look at some of our community discussions on these topics and more below. Facebook Insight Data: That Mind Blowing Useless BS Report Strong… [Read More…]
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