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Surviving Shifts in ROI Modeling

Marketers have long struggled to institutionalize measurement and ROI models for new media, often adopting approaches that roll out across the organization. These measurement models are shaped by the goals that advertising programs are crafted to address, the technology that can be brought to bear on measurement, and even the marketer’s view of the role… Continue reading »

Escaping Tunnel Vision in the New Year

By: Amanda Fiore Every year, whether we’re ready or not, Q4 rolls around, meaning one thing: enter tunnel vision. Tunnel vision can be defined as the tendency to focus exclusively on one thing, without taking into consideration the entire picture. During Q4, tunnel vision is seemingly inevitable: we’re wrapping up the entire fiscal year, in… Continue reading »

More Marketing Lessons from the 2016 Election

Did social listening lead political pundits down the wrong path during the election? A few weeks ago, I wrote a piece on the marketing lessons we can all learn from the 2016 U.S. general election, knowing that there were many more to come. One of the biggest lessons since learned concerns social listening, its current… Continue reading »

Telemedicine: A New Level of Patient Care

Do you live in a location where the nearest hospital is 30+ miles away? Do you live a busy, hectic lifestyle where normal doctor hours are not conducive to your schedule? Are you, or someone you know, incapable of physically going to see a doctor on a regular basis? Answering yes to any of these… Continue reading »

Could Pokemon Go Rob Mindshare from Facebook and Twitter?

How can a new app, in less than a week, beat out Twitter in daily usage? If you’re into mobile marketing, that’s a nagging question in a world when countless apps launch each week and a scant few attract any sort of notice.  A lot has been written about Pokemon Go this week, mostly about… Continue reading »

Is a Second Digital Winter Looming?

By Tom Hespos Take a look at the most senior person on your digital staff – the one who lived through the first dot com boom.  Has she been anxious lately?  Here’s why. I can’t overstate the effect the bursting of the dot com bubble in the latter part of 2000 had on the people… Continue reading »

Marketers Flash Back to The ‘90s

The ‘90s ended 15 years ago, but one would think we’re still in that decade judging by contemporary pop culture. From fashion to music to TV, it’s become widely apparent that Millennials are nostalgic for the decade in which many of them grew up. In recent years, crop tops and the footwear of a bygone… Continue reading »

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