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Keep It Real and Other Proven Ways to Market to Millennials

Published to SocialMediaToday Members of the millennial generation are expected to spend $10 trillion over their collected lifetime. This is a generation even bigger than the baby boomers, and quickly becoming the most important market segment for advertisers. So big, in fact, Goldman Sachs has identified which brands are most poised to capitalize from this […]

Social Media Tools
Real-Time Social Fan Data–Here at Last?

A company well known for delivering an easy-to-use, self-service social marketing platform enabling marketers to create campaigns on Facebook and Twitter in minutes, now promises to deliver social data just as quickly. Social marketing software company, OfferPop announced its new Integrated Social Marketing (ISM) platform that, for the first time, allows marketers to unlock real-time, actionable […]

Emerging Technology
Blow Out the Candles: The “GIF” Turns 25

GIFs. I was using them a lot in ’06 on my MySpace, but hadn’t thought about it much since. As it turns out, the image format turned 25 years old recently, and the “grown up” GIF is enjoying a resurgence of popularity. The GIF’s new notoriety is partly the result of faster computers and improved bandwidth, paired with popularity […]

Advertising
Are You a Pollinator? – Interview with Skip Brand, CEO of Martini Media

Article first written for, and published as Are You a Pollinator? – Interview with Skip Brand, CEO of Martini Media on Technorati. Niche Marketing for Greater Market Understanding Martini Media has been a pioneer in advertising to the wealthiest consumers across niche media. The company has a digital media platform for reaching American consumers with household incomes over $100,000, representing 25% […]

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The Future of YouTube is True

Video Advertising As written for BusinessInsider.com “Pre-roll makes me grumpy, is that the only monetization strategy you [Google] will have for YouTube?” That was the question posed to Neal Mohan, Google’s VP of Display Advertising at last week’s Signal Conference in San Francisco. One of the great things about having a strong moderator at a conference like this is he’s going […]

Andre Bourque (SocialMarketingFella) is Editor Emeritus of Technorati.

He covers emerging trends and news in social, mobile, cloud, and related technologies.

Based in San Francisco, he can be contacted via his social channels and at: andrefbourque@gmail.com

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