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Video Marketing’s Multi-Use Versatility Makes It a Great Investment

Robert Weiss — May 24, 2018 Follow @nycvideomktg — May 24, 2018 What does content versatility mean to you? Whatever your subjective understanding is, video marketing content will blow your mind more than you may expect. The benefits are enormous and the R.O.I. is close to an absolute guarantee. Let’s explore why the sky isn’t … Continue reading Video Marketing’s Multi-Use Versatility Makes It a Great Investment

Leadership Transition: Marketing’s Pivotal Role in a New Leader’s Success

Elizabeth Harr — December 13, 2017 — December 13, 2017 padrinan / Pixabay If you are a new CEO or managing partner, recently tapped to lead your firm into the future, you’ve got plenty to worry about: mastering day-to-day operations, building staff morale, evaluating your service mix, addressing changes in the marketplace—maybe even turning around … Continue reading Leadership Transition: Marketing’s Pivotal Role in a New Leader’s Success

Why Investing in Content is Vital to Email Marketing’s Continued Success

Vivek Sharma — August 3, 2017 — August 3, 2017 Goumbik / Pixabay The term ‘Content is King’ is clichéd for sure, but with the continued growth and investment in digital, content is more important than ever before. Vivek Sharma, CEO of Movable Ink lays out why content matters so much today for email marketers, … Continue reading Why Investing in Content is Vital to Email Marketing’s Continued Success

An intervention on marketing’s dysfunctional relationship with data

If it feels like you have a dysfunctional relationship with data, you’re not alone. Columnist Joshua Reynolds discusses the data challenges marketers face and offers a step-by-step ‘relationship tune-up’ guide. Joshua Reynolds on June 28, 2017  As the relationship between human marketers and marketing data evolves from casual dating into something a little more serious, … Continue reading An intervention on marketing’s dysfunctional relationship with data

How to unlock marketing’s creative side for martech success

Marketing technology is essential to achieving business outcomes, but many marketers feel intimidated or put off by it. Columnist Scott Vaughan argues that to truly maximize martech’s business impact, we need to make it more more accessible, creative and even fun for marketers. Scott Vaughan on May 1, 2017   B2B marketers think of marketing … Continue reading How to unlock marketing’s creative side for martech success

A studded sheath dress or a crystal ball? How a tweet from Ivanka Trump illustrates affiliate marketing’s future

Columnist Adam Weiss shares four ways affiliate partnerships are designing the future of influencer marketing. Adam Weiss on August 5, 2016 at 10:00 am Ivanka Trump is an Executive Vice President of The Trump Organization, founder of her self-titled fashion line, a media mogul with her IvankaTrump.com content site for working women and an activist … Continue reading A studded sheath dress or a crystal ball? How a tweet from Ivanka Trump illustrates affiliate marketing’s future

Why context is digital marketing’s next frontier

Once upon a time, personalizing content was the ultimate in marketing sophistication. No more, says columnist Rebecca Lieb, who urges marketers to think deeply about why, how and where customers seek out their brands. Rebecca Lieb on August 4, 2016   Since the dawn of digital marketing, practitioners have hailed personalization as the ultimate in sophistication. Calling … Continue reading Why context is digital marketing’s next frontier