Michael Tasner discusses the limits of Web 2.0 thinking, and the keys to overarching trends to the Web 3.0 marketing movement.
If your thought process around social media begins with tactics (Twitter, Facebook, Google+, and so on), do a flip-flop and start thinking about goals and objectives first. From there, you can move on to your strategy to help you accomplish your goals and objectives.
Resource allocation is the endgame of analytics for any company. Using marketing analytics properly, any firm should be able to determine the optimal level of spending it should make on each of its marketing channels to maximize success.
The authors of Cutting Edge Marketing Analytics: Real World Cases and Data Sets for Hands On Learning discuss how analytics affected customer relationship management at Dunia Finance LLC, in this case study from the book.
We used to distinguish between form and function, but in today’s design economy form is function.
What is reality? Marketers and consumers coexist in a complicated, two-way relationship. It’s often hard to tell where marketing efforts leave off and “the real world” begins. One result of these blurred boundaries is that we are no longer sure where the line that separates this fabricated world from reality begins and ends. Will consumers pay to live in a brand-free environment?
Computer mediated environments like Second Life are not only a new marketing opportunity for corporations, but also a new horizon for educators, policymakers, and non-profits. Do the promises of these virtual worlds outweigh the pitfalls?