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Posts Tagged ‘future of marketing’

10 Marketing Predictions for 2015 [INFOGRAPHIC]

10 Marketing Predictions for 2015 [INFOGRAPHIC]

What’s been the marketing story of 2014?

Content marketing? Perhaps. It’s certainly consumed a lot of digital column inches. But, now that we find ourselves in the tail end of the year, we’re itching for something new. So, here’s the big question: what’s coming next?

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Twitter Tools for Marketing

Twitter Tools for MarketingWork with the formerly founding editor of AllTwitter to learn the tools and applications to maximize your impact! Starting December 3, Lauren Dugan will teach you how to manage your Tweet schedule using programs like TweetDeck and Hootsuite, search for people, trends, and content, and analyze your social growth and other important metrics. Register now!

Social Media Rated Most Important Marketing Tool Over Next 3 Years (But Barely) [STUDY]

Social Media Rated Most Important Marketing Tool Over Next 3 Years (But Barely) [STUDY]

A lot can change in three years. Back in 2010, Twitter was a relative minnow compared to the global communications and media powerhouse, sitting on the verge of a closely-watched IPO, that it has become today.

Three years ago, Facebook had about one-third of the number of users that it has today. As of right now, both of these platforms dominate social media, and social media marketing.

But what about three years from now?

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From Cave Paintings To Twitter – Social Media And The Future Of Marketing [INFOGRAPHIC]

Did you know that the human brain processes visual information up to 60,000 times faster than plain text?

Smart marketers caught on to this fact a long, long time ago. From our earliest days of cave drawings (arguably the first “promotional” message) and smoke signals to Facebook and Twitter, we have learned that people understand and remember images at a significantly greater rate than written information, or even sound. And, in this modern, social world, this science has never been clearer.

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