In B2B marketing, it’s becoming less common for an organization to use taglines for their branding. Several technology companies, such as BMC, Cisco, and Microsoft, have ditched the tagline philosophy altogether. With these big name brands at to the top without them, new marketing tactics have emerged to effectively replace taglines.Read More
Content Marketing allows marketer to connect with their target audience like never before. But, in order to produce great, actionable content you must first understand the difference between “marketing content” and “content marketing.”Read More
Organizations already recognize how mobile technology and the Internet of Things can impact brand value. In fact, more than 70 percent of respondents to the SoDA Report (“Society of Digital Agencies”) that being perceived as an early adopter of technology is “key” or “important” to their brand positioning.
Marketers often feel poised to successfully forecast and adapt to technological innovations, but how quickly do consumers adopt these digital advances? According to Pew Research, about 28 percent of Americans hold “strong” preferences for being early adopters, while 26 percent firmly avoid early adoption.
A recent panel discussion during SXSW (South by Southwest) inspired Ben James, Google, Global Creative Director to speak about how much technology has changed brand storytelling. His comments prompted industry creatives to speak up about the pitfalls they often face when it comes to storytelling in the digital era.Read More
Learn how B2B marketers like Juniper Networks, Wells Fargo, and Blackrock are attempting to become more customer experience oriented. From creating new roles and cross-functional teams to developing customer narratives, organizations are ramping up their martech efforts like never before.
Recently these 3 heavyweights spoke at the Oracle Modern Customer Experience Summit, where they were united in transforming the face of digital change and connecting with customers.
Here are 3 examples of how data can transform the way marketers connect to their audience.
We are familiar with mobile apps, especially ones that involve people running around to catch virtual creatures, but Hillary Clinton is joining in on the fun. The democratic nominee has taken her brand to the next level by introducing her own campaigning app that is available for free download. Here at thinkDM2, we aren’t picking sides, but we recognize an intelligent marketing strategy when we see one. The Hillary 2016 app has 1,335 ratings while earning 4 ½ stars on the Apple App Store since it was introduced July 24th. Keeping an open mind, we have to give Hillary some credit for her mobile app.Read More