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  1. [...] Are any of these trends on your marketing event horizon? Is your current website, blog or online store able to be viewed on mobile platforms? [...]

  2. project freedom
    Jan 31 - 8:05 am

    Having read this I thought it was very informative.
    I appreciate you spending some time and energy to put this content
    together. I once again find myself spending way too much time both reading and leaving comments.
    But so what, it was still worthwhile!

  3. Lisa
    Mar 05 - 9:02 am

    Let’s not forget the importance of Print Marketing. Print Marketing is very much needed for networking, client meetings, seminars and even when interviewing employees. Having a business card on hand can mean the difference between a sale and nothing. But besides the necessities, what does a new business, or even a business trying to reinvent themselves, need in terms of print marketing? Here’s a laundry list of print marketing materials and why you need them.
    With the plethora of free online marketing channels that companies can use, why should a company pay to print marketing materials anymore? There are several reasons why, and the proof is seen even among the top internet marketing channels themselves.

    Read more: http://www.weprintquick.com/blog/Google-and-Print-Advertising-bp10.html#ixzz2Mbwv1WWl

  4. [...] even used interchangeably when in fact they are different concepts. The best way to think of omni-channel is to see it as an evolution of multi-channel. Chris Howatson, CHE proximity managing partner [...]

  5. Tony Booth
    Apr 10 - 2:32 pm

    Excellent list. Missing is RTB & RTG.
    Real Time Bidding or Programmatic Media Buying is the fastest growing sector of online advertising. It is about machine learning to determine what an individual impression is worth and to allow you to target the right person at the right time with the right message. It allows for the fact that some prospects are worth more and bids accordingly. It offers fantastic savings and scalable reach in terms of both targeted campaigns and branding across display banners, video, mobile and social inventory.
    Retargeting or remarketing is all about the fantastic value of marketing to your website visitors. Typically around 97 or 98% of ecommerce website visitors don’t complete a transaction per visit. They are highly qualified prospects and retargeting them offers a higher ROI than trying to reach a fresh audience.

  6. [...] even used interchangeably when in fact they are different concepts. The best way to think of omni-channelis to see it as an evolution of multi-channel. Chris Howatson, CHE proximity managing partner [...]

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