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Can't Afford a $4 Million Super Bowl Ad? Try These 3 Things Instead.
Super Bowl

Can't Afford a $4 Million Super Bowl Ad? Try These 3 Things Instead.

Every business owner may have dreams of buying a 30-second spot during the mega event. Meanwhile, try these less flashy maneuvers.
Ted Devine
How 'Micro Marketing' Can Create Macro Results for Your Brand
Marketing Strategies

How 'Micro Marketing' Can Create Macro Results for Your Brand

Mass marketing is expensive and inefficient. Highly-focused campaigns and social-media influencers work better, for less.
Eric Samson
Like Twitter, Facebook's Super Bowl Game Plan to Include Ads Sold in Real Time
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Like Twitter, Facebook's Super Bowl Game Plan to Include Ads Sold in Real Time

New technology developed by Facebook will enable marketers to deploy content regarding events as they unfold.
Geoff Weiss
5 Secrets to Succeed at Video Advertising
Video Advertising

5 Secrets to Succeed at Video Advertising

Whether the intent is to entertain, inform or persuade, there are many things to consider before setting out to create your next video campaign.
Alex Debelov
Breeding Puppies to Blow Up Kittens
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Breeding Puppies to Blow Up Kittens

The more we try not to offend in marketing, the more people we encounter who find offense to everything.
Ray Hennessey
During Super Bowl, the Real Action Will Be on Social Media (Infographic)
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During Super Bowl, the Real Action Will Be on Social Media (Infographic)

2014's game day viewership broke records, which certainly didn't hurt the businesses with ads in the broadcast.
Nina Zipkin
Tumblr Launches New Ad Initiative to Connect Popular Bloggers With Major Brands
Artists

Tumblr Launches New Ad Initiative to Connect Popular Bloggers With Major Brands

The Creatrs Network would give marketers access to the kind of content that is already resonating among Tumblr's 420 million total users.
Geoff Weiss
Your Online Content Should Deliver 'Cognitive Ecstasy'
Inspiration

Your Online Content Should Deliver 'Cognitive Ecstasy'

Jason Silva, host of National Geographic's TV show 'Brain Games' and futurist with YouTube series 'Shots of Awe,' explains what makes great content online.
Catherine Clifford
3 Ways Your Startup Marketing Can Outmaneuver the Big-Budget Competition
Marketing Strategies

3 Ways Your Startup Marketing Can Outmaneuver the Big-Budget Competition

All you need to introduce your product is a well-considered marketing plan that can adjust quickly and make every dollar count.
Josh Wood
The Best Entrepreneurs Get Out of Their Heads and Open Their Ears
Starting a Business

The Best Entrepreneurs Get Out of Their Heads and Open Their Ears

Successful innovators are those who are willing to take off their blinders, put aside their ego and listen to what consumers are already telling them.
Catherine Clifford
J.C. Penney Resurrects the Catalog, But Don't Expect the 'Big Book'
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J.C. Penney Resurrects the Catalog, But Don't Expect the 'Big Book'

The retail chain says that the decision is inspired by data showing that online sales are prompted by what shoppers see in print.
Kate Taylor
Why Millennials Don't Trust Ads, Real Estate or Social Security
Millennials

Why Millennials Don't Trust Ads, Real Estate or Social Security

In a new study, a third of millennials rank blogs as their top media source. But not even online posts can convince them to buy a house.
Kate Taylor
10 Ingredients for a Successful Email Marketing Campaign (Infographic)
Infographics

10 Ingredients for a Successful Email Marketing Campaign (Infographic)

A simple,10-step recipe for a winning email marketing push. Bon appetit.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
Native Advertising, a Boon for the Media, Can Help You Cut Through the Noise
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Native Advertising, a Boon for the Media, Can Help You Cut Through the Noise

Whether you agree with it or not, this buzz-worthy method of reaching audiences has proven to be effective. Here's how to get started with your own campaign.
Aaron Agius