Many marketers are still puzzled by big data and are just starting to formulate a road map to tackle the challenge of utilizing this data for intelligent marketing interactions.
Multi-channel performance marketing technology and solutions provider Integrate, has closed a $11 million series B Investment from Comcast Ventures and Liberty Global
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Think you have a great product? Unfortunately, no one’s going to know about it unless you advertise.
Advertising, if done correctly, can do wonders for your product sales, and you know what that means: more revenue and more success for your business. But be warned: it is not a panacea.
Below you will find a list of what advertising can and can’t do for your business, along with the steps you can take to start using advertising to your business’s advantage.
What Advertising Can Do For Your Business
• Remind customers and inform prospective customers about the benefits of your product or service
• Establish and maintain distinct business identity
• Enhance your reputation
The incredible growth of Social Media has added a whole new dimension to Internet Marketing and became an integral part of marketing strategy of every major company. The world of social media is constantly evolving. New services and technologies are being added daily making it hard for most people to keep up the pace. Businesses of all size can no longer afford to ignore Social Media Marketing if they don’t wish to fall below the radar of their online audiences and lose to their competitors who are already deeply involved with social media strategies to engage with their customers.