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The Weekly Compete Pulse

Here’s a round up of our favorite digital marketing stories from the web this week: Small Businesses Need Big Data Too, 15 Stunning Stats About Cyber Monday, Convert Your Content Marketing to Revenue: 7 Pieces of the Puzzle, Real Time Marketing: How Brands Can Prepare And Succeed

The Weekly Compete Pulse

Yesterday was our last day in the office. Needless to say, things got a little crazy. See, over the past week, the office had been packed full with stacks of pink crates from Crates for a Cure. Instead of packing up our things, some of us defiantly packed ourselves in them. Others made a snake trap. Are we ready to step out into the real world? We’ll find out Monday,

The Small Office/Home Office Segment, an Untapped Telecom Market Opportunity

Who works from home or knows someone who does at least once a week? I do! And apparently it’s not just me. In Q4’10 Compete conducted a survey targeting telecom shoppers and asked them how often they worked from home and found that 1 in 3 employed telecom shoppers worked from home at least once a week. And as reflected in the chart below, 69% of these shoppers who work

Webinar: How Can Location Based Marketing Help My Business?

A couple weeks ago, Compete brought back our TastyBytes event series at Towne Stove and Spirits in Boston. This particular edition of the series focused on location based services, and how marketers can take advantage of them to connect with consumers in new ways. The panel featured some awesome LBS experts including Mike Schneider, Aaron Strout, Gary Leopold, Ajit Verghese, and Nataly Kogan. Now we’re lucky enough to have Mike

The Weekly Compete Pulse

This edition of the Weekly Compete Pulse is heavy on social media. We’ve seen a lot of studies recently about how despite the fact that the dollar value of social campaigns hasn’t been established yet, marketers will be spending more than ever on their social efforts. Check out these links to some of this week’s news articles that we read and found interesting for online marketers. Most of us have