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Monetizing Social Media

Despite shortcomings, influencer marketing is here to stay.

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David Salisbury  

Old School Marketing: Still Effective in the Social Media Age

Because of the focus on social media, it's easy to forget that conventional marketing channels like print and email a...

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David Salisbury  

Social Media Marketing: Essential, but with Pitfalls

Most businesses now rely on social media to connect with customers. But the migration online has been accompanied by ...

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David Salisbury  

Populist Online Marketing 101

To the dismay of many, political populism has returned. This is the era where the loudest, most irreverent characters...

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David Salisbury  

Adaptation as the Key to Survival

Comparing thyssenkrupp’s recent innovation strategies to IBM’s past innovation strategies can help us learn how corpo...

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Nikolas Jintri  

Do Tech Startups Give Bitcoin Power to Lift Up… or Destroy Lives?

Cryptocurrencies are particularly appealing to those who are interested in building a global financial infrastructure...

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Kimberly Rotter  

Branding Ourselves: The Millennials on the Market

The way in which millennials perpetuate their social identities is highly influenced by the technology boom. However,...

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Danielle Miguel  

The Campus Rep: How Companies Market on Campus

Campus representatives are common sights at any college, boosting awareness of brands and their benefits among the st...

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Jessie Qian  

In the Spirit of Holiday Marketing: The Wants and Needs of American Consumers

Businesses should examine the ways in which they can strategically cater to their consumers. But consumer wants and n...

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Danielle Miguel  

Maersk: The Value of Social Media

Even B2B brands can benefit from the boost in consumer awareness conferred by a strong social media presence.

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Lillian Dong  
 

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