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Three Spooky Content Marketing Practices That Will Scare Off Readers Print E-mail
Monday, 27 October 2014 10:19

By Eric Vidal, Director of Product Marketing, InterCall

Eric Vidal IntercallMany companies have turned to content marketing as an effective way to boost their search engine rankings, promote their products or services and connect with customers. But when producing original content, marketers should be mindful of a few practices that will discredit their web site and scare readers away. In the spirit of Halloween, here are three spooky content marketing practices to avoid.

How to Make the Business Case for Marketing Analytics Print E-mail
Monday, 20 October 2014 08:58

By Bonnie Crater, CEO, Full Circle CRM

Bonnie Crater Full Circle CRMMeasuring marketing and its impact on revenue is a hot topic these days but making an investment for change in organizations can sometimes be challenging. More specifically, there are usually three types of reasons we make changes in business — personal reasons, strategic reasons, and financial reasons.

When It Comes To Big Data, Is Bigger Always Better? Print E-mail
Wednesday, 15 October 2014 08:07

By Lisa Lakata, Senior Data Analyst, 6Sense

Lisa Lakata 6 SenseWhen it comes to size, we hear a lot about “Super Size,”“Upsize,” “Go big or go home.” So when your company hops on the Big Data bandwagon, is bigger better? Is more data more helpful?

Not necessarily. The fact is more data does not automatically equal more information. The quality of data is just as, if not more, important.

How Advocates Can Enhance, Not Harm, Your Integrity Print E-mail
Tuesday, 07 October 2014 08:24

By Mark Organ, CEO and Founder of Influitive

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Following the story of a company offering to pay influential bloggers to write about a client’s new product, the emerging discipline of advocate marketing has been placed under intense scrutiny recently, both in the media and on social networks. From where I stand, however, these types of campaigns that are so common in the consumer world are NOT advocate marketing.

In fact, much of what is currently described as advocate marketing is actually influencer marketing; ‘pay for play’ consumer campaigns aimed at popular bloggers, social media mavens and Internet celebrities to generate buzz.

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