Marketing Section: How to Use Social Psychology to Improve Your Marketing

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The recent ALS Ice Bucket Challenge went viral because they used powerful psychological concepts to influence participation.

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Digital Section: 5 pieces of content marketing you can create today

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Continually creating new content is vital to keeping a marketing message fresh, elevating search visibility, and perhaps most importantly keeping an audience engaged. Content marketing, the practice of creating (hopefully quality) content for the purpose of building an audience that can then be marketed to, has recently come of age in digital marketing. “Native advertising” seems to be the buzzword of the year. And more marketing managers than ever have realized that finding something interesting to talk about can give brands (especially old or stodgy ones) a renewed voice among consumers.

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Creative Section: The Devil’s in the Detail – Crafting the Email Subject Line

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“The email subject line is probably one of the most important pieces of a campaign because the inbox is a really full place,”

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Digital marketing Section: Inside Visa’s Most Social World Cup

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Visa World Cup campaign received nearly 100 million interactions on social media (likes, shares, comments), more than 75 million video views, and more than 1.4 billion digital impressions thus far.

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Banking Section: Omni-Channel Personalization in the Banking Industry

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The motive for the personalization often dictates the types of data available and the way it is implemented. Marketing-based personalization does not have the luxury of access to deep information about prospects and is typically focused on behaviors such as product views. Support-based personalization typically has a large amount of data about customers, such as products owned, and is able to leverage that data for very fine-tuned communications.

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DMA 2013 – ‘Mad Men’ vs. ‘Math Men’

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Marketing creatives and their data scientist colleagues had a meeting of the minds today at the Direct Marketing Association’s annual conference and expo here. A panel representing the two groups discussed the tension that exists between them and agreed that coordinating their talents would pay off in better-performing campaigns.

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Digital Section: Email subject lines – what keywords work, what keywords don’t thro’ Samit Malkani

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In the last couple of years, the way consumers interact with email has changed drastically. Much like the broader web,
email is now all about usability. Your subject line is one of the main things within your control to influence your
customers’ behaviour. Having an ineffective, confusing or ambiguous subject line delivers a poor user experience for
their online journey.

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