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DECEMBER 28, 2010
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What Went Wrong With the Digital Death Campaign
Social and Logical
DECEMBER 7, 2010
But this type of scenario is all too familiar in the world of marketing. It’s natural for people to want to know how long it will take for a campaign to accomplish it’s goals. It’s also common for marketers to come up with projections that only amount to wishful thinking. The main site for the Digital Death campaign is Buylife.org. But so many more still need help.
Digital Deaths For World Aids Day
Social and Logical
DECEMBER 6, 2010
Marketing Offline Social Logic Perspectives Real Life Examples Alan Pearcy David La Chapelle Digital Death Elijah Wood Kim Kardashian PR Junkie Ryan Secrest World Aids Day 2010World Aids Day was on December 1 2010. Celebrities stopped their online presences. These photographs represent their digital deaths. The concept is unique and evocative. The actual results however, have not been as impressive. According to PR Junkie, the campaign brought in less than $200,000 during the first week. See the full article here. To give you a heads up, it’s quite harsh. Nauseatingly wrong.
Oliver Peoples Online
Social and Logical
DECEMBER 3, 2010
Engagment Great Social Media Campaigns Marketing Perspectives Oliver PeoplesOliver Peoples is one of those brands that I’ve always been familiar with, but never paid much attention to. This changed when I came across their online presence. follow them on Twitter and came across a link to one of their videos explaining how to select the right frames for different face shapes. think it is important to note this video. It provides viewers with a personable, interactive experience, while showcasing the product. It’s inviting, not pushy.
Social Media Marketing GPS
SMGPS will tell you the why & how to use social media for marketing, 1 tweet at a time. You'll learn essentials in digestible little spoonfuls
Using Applied Behavioral Analysis in Social Media
Social and Logical
DECEMBER 3, 2010
Marketing is focused on getting people to notice brands and behaving in a favorable direction. So, how can this be accomplished? Research psychology has defined a framework called ABA (applied behavioral analysis). It is simple and effective. Any situation can be viewed and modified using this framework to generate real and measurable results. The first step is to identify the behavior that you want. Then look at the real life context of this behavior as it is happening at the moment. Consider these three sequential components. The Antecedent. The Behavior. The Consequence. Using ABA.
Upgrade Your Social Strategies By Understanding Network Theory
Social and Logical
DECEMBER 3, 2010
Numbers and marketing are always going to be inseparable. I’m not saying that you should spend your entire work day aimlessly socializing online. You might already be familiar with the book by Albert-Laszlo Barabasi, Linked: How Everything is Connected to Everything Else (2003). He explains that the fundamental principles behind network growth and maintenance are universal. These principles are at work, not only in social media, but also in technology and the natural world as well. The basics of network theory are quite simple. Components. Networks are made of nodes. link].
20 Tremendous Digital Marketing Stats and Facts
FEBRUARY 2, 2016
Digital marketing budgets continue to rise, often at the expense of offline advertising spend. But digital marketers must continue to evolve practices as they strive to make their content an asset, rather than an annoyance, to prospective buyers. Spending on digital marketing is projected to increase by 12% to 15% on average. General Digital Marketing Stats. 1. combined.
Out With the Old: Rethink Your Content Marketing Strategy
MAY 10, 2016
Content marketing has been the lynchpin of many successful marketing strategies for the better part of a decade. However, content marketing, like marketing in general, is not something you can put on auto-pilot – unless you want to get left in the dust. The post Out With the Old: Rethink Your Content Marketing Strategy appeared first on Spin Sucks.
The Smart Marketer's Guide to Social Media Management
Engaging in social media isn't an option anymore. So if you're going to do it, you want to do it well
Seven Brutal Truths About Digital Marketing Trends
JANUARY 27, 2016
Roger Gallager doesn't mince words when he talks about digital marketing trends and the habit some have of proclaiming them, but not living them. The post Seven Brutal Truths About Digital Marketing Trends appeared first on Spin Sucks. Here is what you should pay attention to this year, even if it's not on your list. Six Powerful Tips to Increase Online Engagement.
33 Thought-Provoking B2B Social Media and Marketing Stats
FEBRUARY 16, 2016
As noted in the 2016 B2B Marketing Trends report , B2B marketing strategies and practices are in the midst of significant change, driven by new technologies and evolving buyer expectations for more “consumer-like” experiences. These changes are affecting tactics, budgets, messaging, and metrics as illustrated in the compilation of B2B marketing facts and statistics below.
The Problem with Marketing Automation
DECEMBER 22, 2015
Freed from the shackles of working for marketing automation companies and agencies, I can finally come clean about the truth behind the highly touted and sought after software. There are two very big ideas that are core to the pitch of marketing automation. You’ll Love Marketing Automation. The post The Problem with Marketing Automation appeared first on Spin Sucks.
Why Content Marketing Fails
MAY 27, 2015
Before I talk about why content marketing fails, I want to talk about Barbie. All that said, I’m not here to hold up Barbie Magazine as an example of a content marketing win. I’d argue if you’re thinking about doing your content marketing in the style of Barbie Magazine , you’re looking at exhibit A of why content marketing fails. This is how content marketing wins.
Master The Next Wave Of Social
As social media adoption becomes more and more mainstream, marketing leaders race to keep up - creating blogs, communities, and Facebook pages, all too often without a clear road map in mind
Eight Tips for Influencer Marketing Done Well
MARCH 24, 2016
The work of the people is more influential when it comes to influencer marketing. The post Eight Tips for Influencer Marketing Done Well appeared first on Spin Sucks. Related Stories How SEO and Content Work Hand-in-Hand Content Marketing with Your Reputation in Mind The Five People Essential to Your Next News Release. Comments I agree, Bob. by Bob LeDrew Yes yes yes.
The Long, Lost Baby Boomers In Marketing
MAY 26, 2016
And right now everybody is aiming their marketing guns at the Millennials. But Diana Beyer says there is a group of people often ignored by marketers, and this is your chance to disrupt the industry. The post The Long, Lost Baby Boomers In Marketing appeared first on Spin Sucks. If you find yourself targeting the same crowd as everybody else, you’re probably losing out.
Top Marketing Trends for 2013
JUNE 4, 2013
As we reach the half way mark for 2013, I wanted to bring you updates on the top marketing trends this year, and what you should be incorporating into your marketing mix to give your marketing a boost. Mobile Marketing should be an integrated part of your marketing mix. SoLoMo Marketing Takes Center Stage. Marketing Must be Integrated.
Why Marketers Should ???? Emoji Speak
APRIL 27, 2016
Sarah Clark shares some tips for incorporating emojis into your company’s marketing strategy. The post Why Marketers Should The corporate world needs to keep pace with the changing communication trends. Emojis are big part of today's communications.
Marketing Predictions for 2015
JANUARY 14, 2015
The Content Marketing Institute has for the seventh consecutive year compiled 60 content marketing predictions from thought leaders around the world. Here are some of our favorites: • Brands will recognize the role of editor as the missing link to true content marketing effectiveness. Peer-to-peer marketing has a natural home in local communities. Sarah Mitchell.
Content Marketing Strategy? Think Like A Reporter
APRIL 12, 2016
Although 93% of B2B companies are doing content marketing, less than half view themselves as successful with it. However, companies with a documented content marketing strategy are three times as likely to say their efforts are “very” or “extremely” effective as those without one. So—creating a content marketing strategy is vital. The Inverted Pyramid.
Looking Back at Weird 90s Marketing
APRIL 18, 2016
With the incredibly vast amount of data, as well as innovative new tools such as virtual reality, today's marketing is very different from the '90s. However, there are many lessons marketers can learn from '90s marketing. The post Looking Back at Weird 90s Marketing appeared first on Spin Sucks.
The Psychology of Marketing: Nine Tools You Need
FEBRUARY 10, 2016
Today’s marketers need to both understand the long-standing psychological principles that affect reader engagement and the newer tactics that allow you to use those principles more effectively. The post The Psychology of Marketing: Nine Tools You Need appeared first on Spin Sucks. Benedict Brychta looks at the tools you need to understand and use.
20 Brilliant B2B Marketing and Digital Business Stats and Facts
AUGUST 25, 2015
B2B marketers today certainly live in “interesting times” (in the sense of the not-actually-Chinese curse ). While search, social media, ecommerce and content marketing have dramatically altered the roles of buyers and sellers, a number of traditional channels (that is, pre-dating millennials) remain highly effective. Image Credit: B2B Marketing Insider. Not quite.
Content Marketing isn’t Just for Marketers Anymore
MARCH 2, 2016
Content marketing isn’t just for marketers anymore. Salespeople, customer service reps, call center agents, on-boarding staff—anyone who directly connects with customers—should be part of the content marketing process. The post Content Marketing isn’t Just for Marketers Anymore appeared first on Spin Sucks. Daniel Glickman shows you why it is important.
47 Superb Social Media Marketing Stats and Facts
JANUARY 19, 2016
Most businesses now use social media for marketing and those efforts are expected to continue to increase, yet many marketers and top executives alike find the business value difficult to quantify. Here are four key takeaways (among the many possible) from the compilation of social media marketing facts and statistics below: Social is important today, but even more so tomorrow.
16 Enigmatic Business Blogging and Other Marketing Stats
MARCH 15, 2016
As winter comes to an end, so too does the Winter Wonderland of Marketing Stats series that’s been running here over the past few months. This final installment covers some fascinating though sometimes contradictory and confusing stats about business blogging and the value of marketing. Another apparent contradiction is much more fundamental: does marketing have value?
5 Social Media & Digital Marketing “Must Haves” for 2016
FEBRUARY 28, 2016
With so many social media and digital marketing options now available, it can be overwhelming to know what you should be doing first. At the same time, it’s also very exciting times for marketers and business owners, to have so many powerful marketing tools to escalate and grow their business, sales and exposure. Social media is the future of marketing. 2. Consumers
Five Intriguing Inbound Marketing Stats [Infographic]
JUNE 30, 2015
Inbound marketing is fundamentally about making your company’s website an active component of the sales process rather than static “brochureware.” The most successful marketers though are likely combine both approaches in a coordinated manner. SEO (54%) was cited as the second most important inbound marketing tactic. Inbound Marketing Tactics.
SMS Marketing Trumps Social Media Marketing [Infographic]
JULY 19, 2012
What does this mean for marketers? SMS and MMS are powerful marketing tactics that can get your message directly to your audience and more importantly, they’ll see it. Content Marketing Mobile Marketing broadcasting facebook google mms mobile narrowcasting pinterest sms twitterThey separate the two into what they call Narrowcast and Broadcast.
Saying It Social
FEBRUARY 19, 2015
How to successfully use “Weather-Based Marketing” in the #Blizzard(s)2015 through AdWords, promotion of relevant products, and real-time engagement. The post Weather-Based Marketing appeared first on. Marketing #blizzard2015 Advertising Google AdWords marketing Real Time Marketing Weather
Small Business Marketing Optimization Tips for 2016
DECEMBER 8, 2015
Data is proving to be the driver of technology and marketing strategies as 86 percent of marketers plan to integrate big data in their digital game plan. Content Marketing Marketing Strategy Social Media Marketing John Oechsle marketing data management small business marketing tips SwiftpageGuest post by John Oechsle. Data Management.
14 Dazzling Digital Marketing Stats and Facts
JULY 28, 2015
Digital marketing activities and budgets are growing, because they have an impact: more than half of all employed adults say that “digital media has changed the way they work.” Marketers in the U.S. will spend nearly $24 billion on online display advertising this year, and 59% of CMOs view display ads as an effective marketing channel. Image credit: AdWeek.
Why Modern Marketers Need Flexible Budgets
FEBRUARY 9, 2016
Brock Stechman, the co-founder of DivvyHQ, explains why flexible budgets are a necessity for marketers. He outlines six tips for marketers to use to effectively prioritize and examine their budgets in order to maximize their success. The post Why Modern Marketers Need Flexible Budgets appeared first on Spin Sucks.
The Inseparability of Content Marketing and Social Media
MARCH 31, 2016
While social media is often viewed as a separate strategy from content marketing, in truth, it is one of the most important tool marketers use when deploying their content marketing plan. The post The Inseparability of Content Marketing and Social Media appeared first on Spin Sucks. Marcus Jensen comes with five tips to help you spread the word about your content.
120 Marketing Tactics for Blogs
OCTOBER 5, 2013
Part of a good content marketing strategy, blogging helps you position yourself as an expert in your area. . Content marketing consists of producing and publishing information that builds trust and authority among your ideal customers. It The steps below will help you create a content marketing strategy for your blog that ensures that you will reach your goals. 1.
23 Outstanding Social Media Marketing Guides
DECEMBER 16, 2014
Though the use of social media and social networks for marketing is now nearly ubiquitous, and 78% of companies have dedicated social media teams, many marketers sill struggle with certain aspects of social marketing, such as formalizing strategies and measuring results. What trends and changes in social media do marketers need to stay on top of? do that for me?”
A Holiday Guide for the Content Marketer
NOVEMBER 9, 2015
As a content marketer on top of your game, you’ve probably already come up with a killer strategy full of interesting seasonal content for the holidays. However as this talented marketer, you also know, in order to really do a great job in your content marketing this season, you’ll need to produce timely content along with this traditional holiday content. By Cosette Jarrett.
7 Steps to Successful Content Marketing [Infographic]
NOVEMBER 30, 2013
Content marketing is a way of communicating with your customers and prospects without pitching your products or services. . Also known as inbound marketing , content marketing is non-interruptive. This form of marketing may create recognition, but it’s rejected by consumers about 90% of the time. . Marketers use content marketing for: Brand awareness (79%).