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Interactive Marketing To See Large Growth In 2010

December 22, 2009 Brian Solis

Forrester recently released a new report tracking the future of US interactive marketing through 2014. Authored by Shar VanBoskirk, with Christine Spivey Overby, Niki Scevak, and Angie Polanco, Forrester predicts that interactive marketing is poised to grow at a 16% compound annual growth rate (CAGR).

Are You Listening To Your Marketing Customers

December 8, 2009 Mike Moran

As marketers, we spend a lot of time thinking about our message, as well we should. Our job is to tell prospective customers how we can help them, so we focus on what we say. The Internet has turned the tables on marketers, however. Time was that marketing messages were […]

Online Marketing Budgets Start To Regrow In Europe

October 13, 2009 Krishna De

The latest IPA/BDO Bellwether survey published today (12th October 2009) indicates that marketing spend in the UK fell for the eighth quarter running in Q3 but with the smallest reduction in budgets in over a year. The survey showed that online marketing budgets have returned to growth, though all other […]

New Marketing Techniques From SMX London ’09

June 8, 2009 Gareth Davies

Once again SMX London was held at the rather grand New Connaught Rooms in Covent Garden. Unlike the typical chilly days of last November Spring was in the air and to begin the conference Brian Fetherstonhaugh of OgilvyOne took to the stage in front of a packed conference hall to […]

Where Social Media Marketing Is Headed

May 26, 2009 Jim Tobin

Forrester’s recent report on The Future of The Social Web made some interesting predictions about where social media marketing is heading, and how major brands will need to respond. We’ve clearly moved beyond Social Relationships and into Social Functionality, and the early signs of Social Colonization are clearly upon us. […]

Is Social Media Immune To The Recession Woes?

April 28, 2009 Brian Solis

Fueled by a combination of popularity, curiosity, necessity, strategy, and trendiness, marketers are embracing a new recipe that injects a proactive, social approach to outbound communications and engagement – with or without all of the answers before they jump in. This approach, while courageous, has required faith, conviction, and champions […]

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