The Weekly Pulse
This week our Weekly Pulse has a social theme, starting with an article posted by Digiday that tried to decrease the importance of social media ROI; they assert that we shouldn’t “trade short-term ROI for long-term value.” Do you think determine social media ROI is still important? Do you know what not to post on your brand’s Facebook page? Check out Mashable’s list of 10 Facebook Marketing Mistakes to Avoid.
Memorial Day Travel: Most Popular Airports
Image from: Airport Image / Shutterstock As Memorial Day approaches, people are packing up their things and shipping out for the long weekend. The Huffington Post published a piece that tracked last year’s popular travel trends, based on the number of FourSquare check-ins on Memorial Day last year. Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson airport was the leader among airports, suggesting Atlanta had the most people visiting or passing through. FourSquare data shows day-of
The Weekly Compete Pulse
Ah, the first weekend in June. Time to head to the beaches, BBQ with your friends, and enjoy a cold one by the campfire. On the other hand, you could just check out these links to some of this week’s news articles that we read and found interesting for online marketers. One of the most popular forms of advertising is branded entertainment, in part because if executed correctly, it can
The Weekly Compete Pulse
It’s finally Oscars weekend, there are movies to watch and the Academy to thank. But before you dive head first into what everyone is wearing on the red carpet, check out some of this week’s news articles that we read and found interesting for online marketers. One of the hardest parts of online marketing is being able to brush off the haters. Thanks in part to social media, you can
Check-in to the Future of Daily Deals, Part Deux
About two weeks ago, I wrote a post on my predictions for how daily deal sites will evolve over 2011 and beyond. At the end of that post, I asked about how location-based services may play a role in defining how daily deal sites continue to evolve. So here we are at the next post where I’ll make my predictions about how LBS will be more integrated with daily deal
I’m the mayor! So what?
Are you on Foursquare, Gowalla or any other check-in services? I use Foursquare and like many of my friends, I’m beginning to wonder “What’s the point?” So far, they’re great in theory, but not in practice. Gowalla boasts that you’ll “find inspiration to explore the world around you while picking up rewards from local eateries, venues, and retail stores.” Similarly, Foursquare says that it’s “a mobile application that makes cities