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by Matthew Chapman, 26.11.2013 CMO.com (http://www.cmo.com/content/cmo-com/home/articles/2013/12/2/content_predictions__0.frame.html) Real-time marketing, mobile and TV-length online films will be some of the trends that dominate content marketing in 2014, according to a panel of experts. Ahead of Wednesday’s International Content Marketing Summit, the CMA … Continue reading →
REPRINT FROM CMO.COM First there were 10. Our inaugural “CMO’s Guide To The Social Media Landscape,” in 2010, included the top players of the day: Twitter, Facebook, Flickr, LinkedIn, YouTube, Digg, StumbleUpon, Yahoo, Reddit, and Delicious. As the social sphere … Continue reading →
BY RYAN LYTLE OCT 27, 2013 When Google+ entered the social space in 2011, it was met largely with skepticism. Joining a crowded field with platforms such as Facebook and Twitter, many users questioned the need for another social network. But roughly two years later, Google+ … Continue reading →
Note: This is a repost from The Blog – written by Jennifer Callahan – which deals with things like social media, humor, and grilled cheese (not necessarily in that order.) These days, I see everything through the lens of social media and marketing. I … Continue reading →
“What’s up with these hashtag things?” — We’ve all heard it (as social media aficionados) or we’ve asked it (as Facebook-only users). Tonight we’ll discuss the uses, annoyances, and pop culture affects of the social media hashtag. Join us for … Continue reading →
With servant leadership, a leader’s primary role is to serve employees. Everyone from Lao-Tzu to Max De Pree thinks this a wonderful model. Why then, asks Professor Jim Heskett, is this style so rare among CEOs? by Jim Heskett, Harvard Business School Servant … Continue reading →
This article is by Noah Brier, CEO, Percolate, which helps brands create content at social scale. Prior to founding Percolate, Noah ran the strategy department at The Barbarian Group, a digital advertising agency based in NYC. A few months ago … Continue reading →
by Meghan Keaney Anderson / Hubspot (article reposted from MarketingProfs) I’ve sent you an email. Open it and I’ll trigger another one. Jump through that email hoop, and I’ll send you an offer for a free trial. Ignore that, but click on … Continue reading →