What Are Your Top-Of-Mind Issues?

November 13, 2012

Have you wondered what goes on inside the minds of the top digital marketing leaders? Well, you’re not alone. We found this great infographic that takes a look at the worries and concerns of marketers in 2012. Our agency support services are designed to help elevate your marketing and help you do what you do better. That’s why this image resonated with us. Take a look and tell us what you think. What issues are critical to shaping your business?

 

Digital Marketing Leaders.

Marketing Lessons from the Election

November 2, 2012

If your phone, mail box, or email inbox are anything like mine right now, you’ve been inundated with political messages. With just days between now and the election, the jokes on them because I took advantage of early voting!

That said, the volume and power of the messages that are being fired away in this last week leading to Nov 6th, are a living, breathing case study in marketing.
Here is a round up of some ways the election has been a study in marketing, direct mail, mobile marketing, social media, and more:


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Social and Direct Mail–Dynamic Duo?

October 26, 2012
We came across this inforgraphic this week and thought it was worth sharing. It speaks to the importance of an effective multichannel marketing plan, the positive impact social networks have on direct mail, and what we can learn about direct mail effectiveness from social networks. Through these newer channels we are learning more about customers than ever before, which can only make our direct mail efforts smarter and more targeted. That’s a pretty powerful combination. What do you think?
How Social Networkers interact with direct mail.

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