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Creative Redeemed: How to Achieve Measurable Difference in Online Marketing

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What Works in Marketing!

How a Nonprofit Used New Banner-Ad Technology and Market Insight to Create an Effective Viral Campaign

Company: The Blue Cross
Location: Burford, United Kingdom
Industry: Nonprofit
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This Week's Top Articles

Get the Vote: Use Political Marketing Techniques to Power Your Campaigns
By Jean Fleming. How can marketers cop a few moves to win the vote for our products and services? Get the full story >

The Power of Podcasts
By Lisa Formica. But social media strategies really pay off—or are they just trendy alternatives with no measurable return? Get the full story >

Top Lessons Learned in Consumer-Generated Advertising
By Neil Perry. Marketers have recognized the immense creative talent that resides outside of Madison Avenue. Get the full story >

Boost Email Marketing Response With List Segmenting and Triggered Emails
By Neil Anuskiewickz. Forget "batch and blast" email. Now's a good time to start segmenting and sending triggered emails. Get the full story >

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This week, MarketingProfs launches another in its series of snack-sized newsletters. Get to the Po!nt: Search Engine Marketing will help you figure out what's working (and what's not working) in Search from a marketer's particular point of view. It's good timing, I think, because Search is an increasingly essential tool in the marketer's toolbox.

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