News out today tells us there’s a new app from an advertising agency that will allow consumers to purchase products directly from company Facebook sites. For marketing, this is taking social media to the next revenue-generating level.
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The Limited is taking advantage of it now, as the article points out. How fast can other retailers jump on board?
A video produced by UNC Health Care features doctors assessing Santa’s fitness and his ability to handle the Christmas trip from the North Pole. Creative way to tie the holidays in with online, viral video.
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Interesting article about 13 types of blog posts that get great responses and comments, from personal stories to posts about your competition: click here.
In the age of social media and electronic marketing, newsletters can still include these elements, while connecting with your audiences and prospects.
Here are six reasons newsletters are still important: click here.
They’re still personal, and people feel like they’re getting the “inside scoop.”
Dell has been mentioned on Mouse and Pen before for its innovative use of Twitter to boost sales. Now, it’s reporting that sales from Twitter are $6.5 million. That’s big.
Why? It’s integrating suggestions from customers using Twitter, and changing its products on a rolling basis to satisfy them. That includes one instance when Dell changed the position of an apostrophe key, at the recommendation of its fans.
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