2016 Presidential Election Marketing Lessons

As marketers, the 2016 Election offers a dynamic view of the evolution of social media and data-driven initiatives. Brand managers jump to the campaign trail to learn the best practices from the “the wildest and most outrageous presidential election cycle in decades,” according to Adweek. While social media’s transforming role in this election needs to be addressed, is there more to know about campaign marketing for 2016?

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Why the Buzz on Snapchat?

Why the Buzz on Snapchat? From Marketing Land to Social Media Today, the coverage of Snapchat’s evolution is constantly in the news.  From the White House to the Emmy’s, Snapchat has…

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Facebook: Interactive Articles

Facebook’s Instant Articles provide publishers the opportunity to insert fast, interactive articles in Facebook news feeds.    Publishers like the New York Times, Buzzfeed, and National Geographic were some of the…

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How to Win at Reputation Marketing

Take advantage of reputation marketing to rise above the competition. The rise of modern technology has allowed for consumers to swiftly react to their experiences at places of business by posting…

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Marketing to Millennials: 5 Things to Keep in Mind

Marketing to Millennials means making the most of modern technologies. When it comes to young adults in 2013, it seems that almost every one is tech savvy, carrying a smartphone,…

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5 Online Marketing Strategies for the Restaurateur

Make your restaurant stand out with these online marketing strategies. Marketing means spreading a message, and online marketing allows businesses to share that message with customers on a personal level.…

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Social Media Goes Beyond Marketing

Is it time to invest your energy into social networks?  The advanced benefits of social media go beyond standard marketing strategies. If you run a small business or manage marketing…

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6 Reasons Your Networking Isn’t Working

Instead of doing that, try this! Are you not getting the calls and emails you were expecting after a recent networking session? Does the thought of networking with strangers make…

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