Wouldn’t it be amazing if all customers were like Flat Stanley? One-dimensional and fit into a one-size fits all envelope?
The deadline for General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will be here in just a few days. By now everyone is familiar with how GDPR’s regulations are going to impact them, but what many may not realize is how much of the burden will be put on publishers.
Having a digital portfolio has become more than just a novelty. It’s evolved into a requirement when applying for a new position, particularly one in a creative field. Content writers, graphic designers, and digital marketers are all required to submit samples as part of the job application process.
The Amazon effect is in full swing and the retail apocalypse is taking no prisoners. For many brick-and-mortar brands, it’s a tumultuous time. They feel like they’re getting it from all sides.
76% of marketers share curated content on social media. Curated content increases brand visibility and audience engagement, but curating that content can be daunting.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is nothing new. It’s been in the works since 2016 when the European Union (EU) drafted legislation to regulate consumer privacy. But for U.S. companies, the deadline to get on board is fast approaching. They have until May 25, 2018 to update their current policies and ensure compliance.
Welcome to a new year and a fresh first quarter. For digital marketers, there’s no better time to pivot your digital marketing strategy than now.
With 467 million members, LinkedIn is the world’s largest professional networking platform. Yet, some individuals still think they don’t need a LinkedIn profile.
The rollercoaster that was 2016 kicked into high gear in 2017. We had influencer debacles courtesy of Kendall Jenner, “unsafe skies” (ahem United Airlines), and even a music festival that was eerily like Lord of the Flies. With all this fodder, we had plenty of material to work with and infuse into our blog posts.
In digital marketing, memes are often a go-to method of injecting a little levity into an otherwise dry piece of content. They’re also a great way to foster social engagement, encouraging your audience to like, reshare, and comment.
The origin of Black Friday goes a little something like this: Retailers who were operating at a loss (in the red) rebounded (went into the black) thanks to holiday shoppers who snagged discounted goods the day after Thanksgiving.