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Break out of the funk and refresh your efforts with a review of popular digital marketing trends for We discuss five digital marketing trends for 2015 that will help you rediscover relevancy and success.

The Business of Gamification Link on Game Mechanics:
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Using Gamification to Engage Your Audience [INFOGRAPHIC]

Interesting to see what marketing trends there will be for 2017, and seeing where digital marketing is heading. Take a read of the forbes article linked below😁 #marketing #digitalmarketing #smm #content #digital #instadaily #trends #mmu #dsmmcm1617 #business #future #2017 #startup #entrepreneur Trends taken from @forbes article -

from Fast Company

The Ultimate Guide To Pinterest For Every Brand

The Ultimate Guide to Pinterest for Every Brand: Metrics every marketer should track Don't know your second-degree followers from your short-term followers? You should. According to one recent study, Pinterest drives more referral traffic than Google+, YouTube, AND LinkedIn combined. Marketers, start your browsers.

Nivea knows that taking your kid to the beach means worrying they’ll wander off and get lost, so the sunscreen brand has developed a print ad that doubles as a tracking device for your child.

This week, rather than discussing different aspects of Customer Relationship Management or E-marketing solutions, I thought it was time for an update on what CRM Essentials set out to do and how we can help you ...


Twitter’s Drop to Lowest Since IPO May Lure Takeover Offers

Twitter is expected to name a new CEO as early as Friday, unless its search process — nearing the three-month mark — has gotten bogged down. And many expect the new chief executive is already sitting in the top seat: Interim CEO Jack Dorsey.

from Forbes

Why Are Printed Catalogs Still Around?

Why Are Printed Catalogs Still Around? - Forbes, Lois Geller. Interesting article linking catalogs to customers and their purchases. The final answer? Catalogs are still around because they generate sales.