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Are you Getting Digital Right?

Are you getting digital right? We sure hope so! After an intensive study of our industry and deep scrutiny of the future of marketing, we at Millward Brown Digital know that a big issue facing marketers today is the big, looming, digital frontier. But have no fear! We’re all digital, all the time — and we’re here to help. Check out this infographic that addresses some of the biggest marketing

The Weekly Compete Pulse

This week was an insane week in marketing for us, with industry news and interesting developments all over the news. Here’s a few of the ones we shared that our followers were especially keen on!

The Weekly Compete Pulse

Happy weekend! This week, we had a few outstanding articles that our followers really enjoyed reading. Take a look and learn more about content marketing, marketing automation, and data!

The Weekly Compete Pulse

It’s been an exceptionally good week for social media topics, so today we bring you our most popular shared content. The stories provide tips, tricks, and tools on how to optimize your social media presence. Do check them out for this week’s Pulse!

The Weekly Compete Pulse

Happy weekend! Hopefully the new year finds you well as we bring you a round-up of the top content we shared this week: notes on email marketing statistics, optimized link creation, keeping leads in your sales funnel, and SEO predictions for 2014.

The Weekly Compete Pulse

Here’s a round up of our favorite digital marketing stories from the web this week: How Shoppers Use Mobile Phones in Stores, 25 Marketing Cliches You Should Avoid at All Costs, 101 Lessons from five years of SEO by Brian Dean, Nail Content Writing and Inspire Your Readers to Respond.

The Weekly Compete Pulse

Here’s a round up of our favorite digital marketing stories from the web this week: the Banksy guide to modern marketing, the age of social products, how to optimize for Facebook’s new algorithm, and SEO success factors.

The Unbearable Lightness Of Branding

Direct response campaigns bring in new customers, move the inventory and are held accountable to hard business KPIs. Branding is about creating awareness, perceptions and attitudes. Direct response results are evident from campaign data itself.

The Weekly Compete Pulse

Here’s a round up of our favorite digital marketing stories from the web this week: the most valuable commodity in online marketing, content marketing tools, purpose-driven marketing, and a new website checklist.

Is Customer Service the New Marketing?

Image from: Customer Service / Shutterstock Many marketers are evaluating what role customer experience and customer service should have in their 2013 marketing goals. The answer is not cut and dry, but depends on what is best for the company. Today’s consumers tend to base purchase decisions on social media, reviews and referrals from friends. They are interested in marketing, but only if it matches their expectations about the brand.

Instagram Upset: Are marketers taking user-generated content for granted?

Image from: self portrait / Shutterstock Instagram lit a fire among its users with its new Terms of Service and Privacy Policy, announced in December in a short blog post  (the changes were retracted two days later). The news spread fast and furiously on social media as users expressed their anger at the popular application for claiming ownership of personal photos. Celebrities and media outlets vowed to stop using Instagram. One user