According to a new LinkedIn study, professional content consumption is dramatically rising—especially on LinkedIn, where over 1.5 million publishers actively use the LinkedIn Share button on their sites to send content into the LinkedIn platform.
A recent Harvard Business Review article by Marc de Swaan Arons, Frank van den Driest, and Keith Weed, uncovers what it takes to be a high-performing company. The Marketing2020 study has some excellent observations from which any sized business or nonprofit organization can benefit.
To succeed at marketing, in my opinion, one should develop a multichannel marketing plan that fits with target audiences. And, if that includes a mix of traditional and digital channels for your content, go for it!
New research by Texas Tech University associate professor of marketing Mayukh Dass tells us what connects us to certain slogans over others. He, and his colleagues, explored a variety of factors that influence slogan “likability.” And, here’s what they uncovered.
If you’re targeting high-income Baby Boomers with your marketing, you’ve got to see this new research from the Luxury Institute. Affluent Baby Boomers are spending almost twice as much time with print and TV than their Millennial counterparts, while lagging in their usage of social media, online radio and online video.
Whoever said that social media (SM) marketing was free is living in La-La Land. Even if your business has “free” SM accounts, content doesn’t appear by osmosis. It takes real, live people to create it, post it, and engage with it.
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