Comic Book Resources - EXCLUSIVE: DC Unveils Top Ten Digital Sellers - John Rood explains what DC Comics' digital sales rankings mean for readers, retailers and the company's plans, sharing exclusively with CBR the top ten digital sales chart and...
Content is vital in today’s marketing world. With ever increasing competition in and around, you have must be capable of differentiating your product from your competitors by creating unique, keyword rich content.
Teachers need to meet students half way and embrace the changing literacies of a digital age (Teachers must embrace the changing literacies of the digital age to engage and inspire pupils - Guardian comment:
If you are into Internet marketing, then you will know the significance of information gathering especially if you are just starting out spending time, funds and resources in social media. This phase of social media marketing is quite crucial and it’s time to have a look at some attention-grabbing facts for a peak behind the social media curtains.
Today Twitter announced that it will soon be launching an enhanced version of Twitter that will help promote you and your brand better called “Let’s Fly”. Here are 10 Good changes about #NewTwitter that I am amazed in advance to feel it soon.
More than three million Australians are at risk of being left on the wrong side of the digital divide, with profound consequences for public health and economic wellbeing, according to Don Perlgut, CEO of the Rural Health Education Foundation.
A detailed timeline Infographic featuring the history of marketing from 1450 to 2012.
Ever since people have had something to sell, we’ve been marketing. But the effectiveness of those marketing methods have waxed and waned over thousands of years, and as consumers and their technologies advanced at a more and more rapid pace, marketers have had to change their game.
At one time, cutting edge technology was limited to just a small segment of the population – and these advancements were slowly rolled out to the masses over decades (and even centuries!). Now, adoption rates are faster than the speed of light and more widespread than ever – and it’s putting control back in the hands of consumers. It’s up to marketers to keep pace in this cluttered, fast-paced world if they want their message heard. Through the lens of marketing history, watch how marketers are succeeding.
Take a look at how technology has changed the way marketers do their jobs, how consumers have responded (not always so favorably), and let us know where you think the future of marketing lies. As always, feel free to share and embed at your leisure!
I came across a great inforgraphic from Mark Smiciklas over at IntersectionConsulting.com he posted on Social MEdia Explorer that shows how Facebook success and failure could be likened to a game of snakes and ladders.
With Apple, the medium made the messageThe Economist (blog)IN 1964 Marshall McLuhan, a media scholar, offered his now-famous dictum that “the medium is the message.” Few people have done more to illustrate that than Steve Jobs, the visionary...
Today's guest writer, Jim Fallone who has worked in the publishing industry for many years contemplates the mistakes the publishing world is making with ereaders and ebooks, and has some interesting thoughts on the topic.