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We’ve talked a lot about gamification, and as such we were interested in Mashable’s list of 6 ways to gamify your Facebook marketing. The post describes your Facebook fans’ engagement as a funnel; they say “At the top, there’s the simplest social action they can take — usually liking your page. At the bottom are complex actions like buy, subscribe or refer others.” Check out their post to see what
“Game of Thrones” King of Online Marketing
Image from: Forbes It seems as though everyone is talking about “Game of Thrones.” In fact, a few weeks ago Forbes reported that the show is on track to become the most pirated show of 2012, stating the show’s April 30th episode was downloaded 2.5 million times in just one day! Obviously, the show has a large impact on traffic to the HBO site. You’ll notice that “game of thrones”
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LinkedIn launched their long awaited iPad app this week, and decided to take a new direction for their social network’s app. According to Mario Sundar, LinkedIn’s social media manager, they designed the app “for how people use the iPad: morning and night infotainment.” How do you measure the success of your brand’s social media efforts? Digiday writes about brands that claim to have found a way to capture the ROI
It’s getting late, are you gamifying your email marketing?
You use emails to deliver advertisements, contact new prospects, drive sales, build customer loyalty, and increase brand awareness; as an online marketer, you can’t live without some type of email marketing strategy in place. According to a recent report by Forrester Research, American marketers will spend nearly $77B on interactive marketing by 2016 and almost $2.5B of that will be spent on email marketing alone!