November 26, 2012
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November 28, 2012
This is the new face of marketing. The days which just show my large networks is complete. Flash mob holiday by T-Mobile at the local level then at the international level through YouTube was. With your marketing efforts think differently?
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November 30, 2012
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29 November 2012
Quick: What is the difference between a company and a brand?
A company is a commercial enterprise, even if a mark instinct, is the public, if they think a company or a product. Wal-Mart and target are similar companies which are very different due to their brand identity.
Starting a business requires paperwork. The creation of a brand requires something else entirely.
This is something to tell stories.
A buyer should be in the location history of the brand, including what problems replacing, target service market and its value proposition to distill everything in a simple, clear and compelling manner (and hopefully unforgettable).
Marketers must be enough flexibility, to say, this history in a variety of formats, depending on the channel used to transmit the story (digital or not). But no matter the format, there are best practices to apply, follow.
As an annual competition in recognition of innovative companies in the CRM CRM Idol finalists, public relations, which has Inc. applied, to create a video, the story our brand in a creative way. The video would have then voted by the public. These are just a few who tell best practices that we have been pursuing our brand:
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It looks like Facebook is getting into job postings, but of course, as everything it does comes with a twist, the jobs will be promoted through social media. Currently, there are almost two million jobs on the new job board and Facebook is partnering up with Monster.com and other job search sites.
From what I understand, Facebook is simply syndicating the job listings from Monster and JobVite, but the job service is a Facebook app rather than a simple service and it includes a job search keyword box where people looking for jobs can search for open positions.
As Monster’s biggest competitior is clearly Careerbuilder, this move for Monster can put them ahead of the competition. Also, LinkedIn can lose market share in the job search market as well, but I do not believe that will happen so fast as LinkedIn has a reputation for this and it will take Facebook a while to brand themselves as a job search social network.
Now the focus in the web design field is on responsive web design. For those of you who do not know what responsive web design is, let me quickly explain. Responsive web design is a part of CSS 3 which determines the device or web browser that is requesting the web page. What all this this technobabble simply means is that only one web design is needed for all browsers including desktop and mobile. Instead of designing one website for desktop and a separate one for a mobile device or even an ipad, only one design is accomplished.
The idea behind responsive web design is with the use of media queries. A “medium” is the device or web browser we are talking about. An ipad is one type of medium. An iphone is another. Firefox on your desktop Mac or PC is even another. When you visit a website on those media, a “media query” is performed. In CSS3, the keyword @media is used and enclosed more CSS when the media query is met. Criteria can be the maximum device width like 320 pixels for the iPhone or even 480 pixels wide when the iPhone is turned sideways.
For social media, it is the question of whether or not responsive web design is important. The answer is a whopping YES. Since most people visit websites with the mobile device or smartphone, we need to make sure the desired look for the website is available in that medium. Responsive device will accomplish this easily, but it does involved creating separate stylesheets, which we will cover in a future blog post.
It seems that flickr is becoming one of the major tools for public relations firm across the U.S. In traditional advertising
and public relations ad campaigns were created using storyboards, which are nothing more than a collection of scenes used in
a television commercial for a magazine advertisement.
Now, art directors working for major advertising agencies and public relations houses are creating photographic images of
commercials for television and even various web pages and putting them on flickr.
This phenomenon that flickr is taking the traditional old school advertising campaigns that making them more digital using
social media. Some ad agencies are even taking their flickr storyboards and sharing them on Facebook, twitter, and the
If you work for an advertising agency were a public relations firm, flickr just made the the social network four your photos
I was experimenting with Pinterest and found out that it is more powerful than Facebook and Twitter put together.
What’s interesting about Pinterest is that it is easy to use and I can promote as many of our clients websites to our following. I have a few clients on AssortedProducts.com and what was interesting about this was that I saw my websites being pinned by my friends and followers. Although it was true that they can easily add their own comments, the pins and likes were the huge deciding factor for me.
Also, like Twitter’s retweet phenomenon, my pins get “repinned” meaning that they also get pinned on my followers’ boards.
A Pinterest board is like my Twitter profile, full of pins, but a board is really just a group of pins and I can have as many as I want with any name.
Pinterest is something every business should also try as it makes it easy to spread and share. Thank you, Pinterest!