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We haven’t posted an infographic in awhile, so I thought it was a great time to share one with you. I came across this one on Mashable and found it very interesting. We often hear about the numbers in terms of overall users on each platform, but it’s not so often that we get a bit […]
When you look at successful social media campaigns, they all seem to have one thing in common – they are easy to participate in. It’s something we touched on in last week’s post about the Kony 2012 campaign. The fact that all that was required of people was to click a few buttons in […]
Social networking has exploded in popularity in the past few years, so it makes sense that marketers would want to follow consumers to this space. I’ve seen some great examples of campaigns that have been very successful with reaching fairly large audiences through social media channels, but I wonder how responsive people are to most […]
People love to be included. Sometimes marketing gets too wrapped up in talking TO people and doesn’t take the time to listen to the response. What would happen if you gave your audience a way to participate and become part of your marketing, instead of just being the audience? The latest campaign by Sprint is […]
(Image via Gigaom) According to Mary Meeker, a top analyst at Morgan Stanley, more people will soon be accessing the Internet via mobile devices than from regular computers. If you take a look at the above graph, you can see that this is likely to happen in the very near future. More and more people […]
A few days ago I saw an old TV commercial for Tim Hortons steeped tea. While the commercial was somewhat amusing, what struck me was that the team that made the spot nailed a very important element, which made it relevant and effective: INSIGHT.