Mobility can involve technology, but at the heart of a mobile strategy lies the mobile human. They key to being successful with mobile is not to start with technology, but to start by looking at why the humans are mobile, and what you can do to make their lives a little bit richer.
HubSpot’s recent IPO has left us with a provocative question about the efficacy of inbound marketing and whether or not it has lived up to the “hype” in recent years.
Is Twitter’s stagnating growth really an issue for the network that is already being used by 16% of the population? It’s possible that visual marketing may take the center stage, though Twitter likely isn’t going anywhere.
A recent study from inPowered and Nielsen entitled The Role of Content in the Consumer Decision Making Process presented some intriguing findings about the differential effectiveness of Branded Content, User Reviews, and Expert Content. The study was based on an experimental design with a sample comprising 900 casino visitors in Las […]
There have been innumerable posts and articles about how Facebook is no longer “cool,” or as important to teens as it once was. Frustratingly, however, much of the speculation I’ve seen regarding this has been based either upon anecdotal evidence, or upon research that isn’t projectable to the population of […]
The latest edition of The CMO Survey, from the Fuqua School of Business at Duke, has arrived, and there are some implications for social media marketers worth noting. First of all, the study is solid–while it is based on a self-selected sample of about 400 marketers (88% of which are […]
When I was 30, I lived in a largely rent-controlled building in New York City with my (then) girlfriend, who was also my age. There were nine other residents on our floor: a young couple in their 20’s, and seven single elderly widows/widowers in their 70’s and 80’s. The average […]