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The two marketing approaches of the 21st century

This article originally appeared on Impakter.

Over the decades, marketing has changed probably more than any other business discipline there is. Before and during the advent of the Internet, we used to think that advertising was synonymous with marketing because ads and billboards and fliers were traditional ways for companies to broadcast what they did. 582 more words

Marketing

Editors Are the Future of Branded Content

It’s no secret we’re big on editing. One of the services we’ve been advertising since our founding is business editing. Geared towards established brands and businesses, it’s a service where we not only proofread internal and external content, but also work to improve it. 786 more words

Small Business

Email me, Text me or Message me to reach me.

Just don’t call me.

Is it changing or what? They have said that cold calling has been dead for awhile now and I believe it really is. 178 more words

Branding

can i have your attention please? : engaging the disengaged through urban re-design

the world is more than aware that our present & future interactions with the environment are under scrutiny. but is the world truly engaged in this dialogue? 517 more words

Sustainability

The Sun Is Setting on Traditional Marketing...

 “What are people doing as a result? They are actively avoiding marketing messages, that’s what!”

Everybody knows that the Web and technology are becoming a major part of day-to-day life. 1,273 more words

Inbound Marketing

Permission: Assignment From Seth Godin's Freelancer Course

Lecture 50: Exercise

Question: How many people would complain if you didn’t send out your newsletter or brochure?

Currently, no one because they don’t exist yet! 159 more words

Choose Yourself

Hello, We are talking about the Buyer Persona and I'm Listening

I was dying to use a Frazier line and I just had to work it in. This has been one of my favorite topics ever since the days of when it was just called psychographics. 306 more words

Branding