A few weeks ago, I wrote about the need for judicious consideration of whether to embark on an app-building journey or build a mobile-friendly website. A couple of days later, Buzz Andersen at Tumblr said something in an interview that … Continue reading
In today’s revolutionary new marketing landscape, consumers have become more confident, capable and impatient. They know what they want, based on the fabulous wealth of data in search, and the trusted reviews of their peers in social networks. Even while … Continue reading
PR 2.0 is the science of influence by going direct to consumers and end-customers, by-passing traditional media influencers. It recognizes that people now trust peers more than authority. In contrast with the mass communications style of the traditional public relations, … Continue reading
The fusion of Web 1.0 and Web 2.0 is creating a new Donut Marketing (TM) paradigm, which combines content you create on your website with content others have created on social media channels. Read details.
A copy of my presentation that I gave to non-profit and for-profit members of Business Volunteers Unlimited in Cleveland is included below. Enjoy it.
Here is a summary of my presentation I gave yesterday at the Pittsburgh Technology Council. 1. Marketing is conversations. 2. The consumers have shifted from tv/print to web and are now increasingly mobile. Marketers better move too, if they want … Continue reading
The Internet and mobile devices have changed not only our lives, but entire disciplines. Marketing is no exception. Marketing 1.0 vs. Marketing 2.0 In Marketing 1.0 world, marketers could get away with producing brochures, ads, press releases, events, and promotions. … Continue reading
Even though Marketing budgets are being slashed, online marketing spending is on the rise. Here are some reasons for this paradox: 1. eMarketing provides better ROI. 2. eMarketing is more measurable. 3. eMarketing provides better tracking. You know what is … Continue reading
An eMarketer newsletter late last year was headlined “CPG Starts Thinking Outside the Box,” and projected that CPG (consumer package goods) companies “will spend $920 million on all forms of Internet advertising (2007), up 33% over 2006,” with that number … Continue reading