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The first half of this webinar was based on a six month study we did sponsored by Miranda Technologies that examined the future of Sports TV production formats. Using the links below you can You can watch the archived webinar or download the research reports the webinar was based on. Registation is free for both:
Winston Churchill described democracy as "the worst form of government...except for all the others that have been tried." With apologies to all the history buffs out there, I'd like to make the same case for digital magazines.
Social media guru and uberblogger Chris Brogan was coming to town. I was going to see him and Tweeted about it. Having never met Brogan I was surprised and delighted to receive a funny Tweet back (on left).
Most company newsletters operate with a 25-30% open rate. Is it honestly worth the effort to send it out when only a small minority of users will open and read it?
What is the downside to marketers shifting media dollars out of paid media and into owned and earned media? Matt Kinsman's team at American Business Media did a great job interviewing me in this video about this overlooked topic. In the intreview I refrence findings from our recent study, "Improving Marketing Effectiveness." Click on the picture below to see the video produced using the new, innovative Me!Box interface which blends video with posted content for a richer viewing experience.
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Most organizations know their current customers very well and social and digital media are helping. By monitoring activity on social media such as Facebook pages, LinkedIn forums, and Twitter streams customer feedback flows back to organizations. Additional feedback from “owned” digital media comes in as customers interact with the company website, e-newsletter, and blog. Best of all, this feedback is free!