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% […]
Brand management for retail, internet, and social brands.
Twitter for Business Social marketing software company, GraphEffect introduced its new Twitter offerings at the ad:tech Conference in San Francisco this week. I met with James Borow, CEO of the company, whose focus two years ago was on enabling social marketing campaigns on the Facebook platform. GraphEffect’s latest release is a solution for brands to […]
As written for and published by Social Media Today I have an old Jack Russell Terrier named Roxy. She’s a finicky eater, with a grain intolerance, so she requires a special diet. Roxy’s hungry, and I need to buy her some grain-free dog food. And so, the online product search begins. Back in the Day Ten or so […]
Article first written for and published as Intel’s Social Status Update: Make Conversations, Not Ads on Technorati. Social Media for Big Business Intel launched its marketing campaigns with a bang this year, showing off a number of interesting 2+ GHz Ultrabook laptops with Intel processors at CES. Going head to head with Apple, they talked a whole lot […]
As written for and published by The Customer Collective Marketing Strategy Anyone with a light background in marketing is familiar with the 4 – “P’s” of Marketing – Product, Price, Place and Promotion. Businesses use these four elements to model their marketing strategies. It’s been a mainstay model and rule of marketing practice. But some […]
As posted in The Customer Collective With the proliferation of social media the channels and rules have changed a bit. But, independent of what industry your brand is in, the four stages of the customer life cycle remain consistent. Four elements include: Attraction Engagement Conversion, and Retention Brand Image Consistency And the biggest challenge brands have […]