When I look back at the past 10 years of marketing, there's no doubt in my mind what has been the most game-changing development: Smartphones. With them in our pockets, engagement really is all about mobile.
When we think of mobile marketing, what comes to mind is apps and SMS text messaging. But the biggest opportunity in mobile lies in smartphone’s increasing role as the preferred channel for access to digital marketing of all types.
Sustainability in business is often referred to as "the triple bottom line"—financial, environmental and social. This past week, I had the opportunity to see firsthand how we—as marketers—address social sustainability, specifically our fostering of human resources and marketing talent. It is a critical need
The last time the Direct Marketing Association held its annual conference in San Diego, it was 2009, we were all amid The Great Recession, and having been recently thrown out of a job, money was just too tight to attend on my own. Since then, marketing has changed—a lot—and the U.S. economy overall is in better shape than it was. Folks, looking back, we avoided a Depression
If you’re new to pay-per-click (PPC) advertising or are responsible for training new PPC staff, you can never have enough training resources. With that in mind, I’ve assembled a number of resources for PPC beginners—and for PPC pros. Here are 21 blogs, websites and books to learn and improve your PPC skills. Blogs: PPC professionals should have an arsenal of blogs that they read regularly. Blogs are ideal for continuing education, because the good ones are constantly updated. As with all the resources in this post, these are in no particular order. 1. PPC Hero. One of the most comprehensive
QR codes are the technology being talked about most at the InterACT! cross-media conference.