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Clips for Business

Internet is  shifting from text to video clips. Are you ready for Transition.? Nothing get response like a good video. No matter how hard you try, some people will never feel like they know the “real” you until they see you on videotext-based content is a very one-dimensional medium. 389 more words

Mobile Marketing

Panel Discussion : Internet Retailing Expo 17

Throw back to April when Chloë Thomas from the eCommerce Masterplan and I were featured on Tim Flagg‘s panel discussion at Internet Retailing at the NEC. 135 more words

Product Content

Before turning the tassel, a look back on 2016–17

June 2016

Homi K. Bhabha, Anne F. Rothenberg Professor of English and American Literature and Language and director of the Mahindra Humanities Center, wins a Humboldt Research Award for his extensive work in the humanities. 3,665 more words

Campus & Community

Whither goes China, there go we? Mobile content popularity and buying soaring.

Regular readers will know that we have a special interest in the China market as you can read here regarding their insatiable appetite for luxury goods, and… 658 more words

Marketing And Advertising

Mobile-first content planning

Mobile merchandising

How to take a mobile-first approach to product content

Taking a mobile first approach to product content demands a re-think of how to approach the basic product images that you would use to populate the category landing pages (CLP) and also the product pages. 218 more words

Product Content

Alipay, China's top mobile payment service, expands to the U.S.

China’s dominant mobile payment service is making its move in the U.S..

Ant Financial, the Alibaba spin-off that operates Alipay, has inked a deal with payment processor firm First Data that will allow its service to be used at point-of-sale with more than four million retail partners in the U.S.. 274 more words

Asia

Artificial intelligence helps tourism marketers communicate and connect with simplicity: Destination Australia Conference 2017 wrap

Ad agency Creative Director Ken Segall only got beaten up twice by Apple’s Steve Jobs during the 12 years he worked for him. I suspect he means figuratively, but the message was clear; genius behind one of the world’s most successful companies Apple though he was, Jobs was a mercurial character whose vision was unimpeachable. 486 more words

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