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  • Now There's an Owl for That
    Sweet news, hardcore Twitter users! Hootsuite—the Twitter management tool developed with marketers in mind—just released an app for the iPhone. That means you can now access the handy features of Hootsuite in any old roost! We first covered Hootsuite shortly after Canadian company Invoke Media launched the adorable owl-themed service. It made ... more
  • Online Searches for Life Insurance Up 15%
    Consumers are using the Web more than ever to research insurance policies and request quotes: Searches containing the term "life insurance" grew to a record high of 16.6 million queries in 2009, up 15% from the previous year, according to a study from comScore. more
  • Rubbermaid Hones Social Media to Engage Consumers
    by Ted Mininni
    MarketingProfs Daily Fix blogger, Ted Mininni, discusses Rubbermaid's social media success. more
  • What Can Celebrities Do for You?
    If you tune in to Access Hollywood or flip through the pages of Us magazine, you'll see features on the clothing, accessories, jewelry and cosmetics favored by trend-setting celebrities. In many cases, these products were provided as "gifts" from companies eager for the editorial coverage that a celebrity's interest can ... more
  • Confidence in Corporate, Sales Messaging Weak
    Although companies know they need a marketing message that stands out in the marketplace, 62% of executives rate their company's message as average to poor and only 38% say their company has a differentiated story, according to a survey from Corporate Visions. more
  • Lessons of the Little Mermaid
    You're probably familiar with the story of The Little Mermaid. In this classic tale of unrequited love, a girl exchanges her voice for the chance to be close to a prince. It's a parable about finding the right voice amid the melee. Faced with a plentitude of uncertainties about social media, ... more
  • All Together, Now, Brand!
    As the marketplace continues to change and evolve, there's a possibility that you've developed a new vision for your company and a new commitment to your industry. Perhaps, in the process, you have even determined that you need a new name or a new way of talking about what you ... more
  • Disconnects Plague Loyalty Programs
    Even as more marketers adopt loyalty and rewards programs to improve sales, they are failing to fully engage their customers: Most consumers surveyed (54%) say the barrage of irrelevant messages, low-value rewards, and impersonal engagement don't particularly engender loyalty, according to a survey from the CMO council. more
  • What Stonyfield, Method, and Green Mountain Roasters Know (and You Should, Too)
    by Ted Mininni
    New vision and approaches can add significantly more value to brands over their competitors. Some brands can easily become commodities. Unless they choose otherwise. more
  • Social In a Corporate (And Agency) World
    by Lauren Fernandez
    MarketingProfs' Daily Fix blogger. Lauren Fernandez, discussions implementing social media from a corporate versus agency perspective. more
  • Mobile Advertising ROI: What Works, What Doesn't
    Animated ads are the fastest-growing and most-effective mobile ad format among both brand and direct-response focused campaigns, enabling marketers to tell a more complex message without the necessity of a click, according to a study from Quattro Wireless. more
  • I Knew You'd Be There for Me
    Belgian beer label Stella Artois has added a splash of engagement to its marketing strategy with Le Bar Guide. Developed by Acrossair, Le Bar Guide is a free app that points users to the nearest bar serving Stella. Run searches by ZIP Code, or switch the augmented reality feature on—and have ... more
  • Ride the Wedding-Dance Wave
    Last summer, a happy couple sent ripples through the Net when their video, JK Wedding Entrance Dance, hit YouTube. The video depicted a wedding entourage dancing down the aisle to Chris Brown's "Forever," concluding with the bride cutting the rubber in the general direction of her nervous, but giddy, groom. Great ... more
  • Give 'em What They Want Today!
    "Retailers have complained incessantly about unfair competition from e-commerce stores," writes Mark Riffey at the Business is Personal blog, "but not enough have done something about it." Online shopping is undeniably convenient and efficient. After all, customers can browse, comparison-shop and make purchases from the comfort of their favorite chair. But—despite ... more
  • Look Who's 10: Happy Birthday MarketingProfs!
    by Ann Handley
    This year marks the 10-year anniversary of MarketingProfs. The site was founded a decade ago by CEO Allen Weiss, a marketing academic, as a place where his fellow "prof"-essors and marketing "prof"-essionals could learn from each other. more
  • It's All in How You Say It
    Your own keyword analytics data is the most valuable marketing asset of your company, says WordStream’s Larry Kim in an article at MarketingProfs. The data contained in the keyword report from your Web-analytics application—which tells you how people are finding your site through paid and organic search—comprise a far more effective ... more
  • Showcase Your Brand App-titude
    Ever wish you could take your favorite Web strategist with you wherever you roam? Well, sure enough, now you can. App developer MotherApp brings you the Web Strategy iPhone App, which lets users read blog posts, reviews, news and other updates from such names as Jeremiah Owyang (Altimeter Group), Brian Solis ... more
  • Taking Groupthink Up a Notch
    News flash: LinkedIn still boasts one of the largest, tightest-knit collections of professionals in the social-networking space. And now it wants to be even more useful to marketers. Custom Groups is a new feature at the site that lets users build sponsored collectives. Simply establishing a non-branded LinkedIn group is still ... more
  • Hop Aboard the Search Express
    As Max Starkov writes in an article at Hotel Interactive, the hotel industry is the perfect candidate for managing customer relations via mobile devices. "Using the mobile space to provide intelligent, unobtrusive and highly personalized services convinces customers that this is their service," says Starkov. And one of the hot tools ... more
  • A Guiding Light for Your Brand
    Whether your company is large or small, your brand is an important asset you can't afford to squander. Corporate giants like Microsoft commonly establish strict guidelines regarding the correct use of their names and logos. But whether you're Microsoft or a small value-added reseller, says Heather K. Margolis of Channel ... more
  • That's Mine! My Name's on It!
    Let's say you sell trendy furniture for family-friendly prices. What's the best way to push product and spread brand awareness? Well, you could try developing and offering: A showroom. Pros: People see products in context, and they can buy them right then and there! Cons: You don't reach potential buyers who aren't ... more
  • I Just Love to See Red
    Finally, a barcode-scanning app that works like a charm. For a mere $1.99 at the App Store, RedLaser, an application developed by Occipital, turns any iPhone into a functional barcode scanner. All you have to do is open the app and snap a still picture of a product's barcode. Once ... more
  • Peter Shankman: Email, Social Tools, Musings on a Web 2.0 Washing Machine
    In a fun but informative short video, Ann Handley talks with PR guru/gadfly Peter Shankman about how he turned a natural gift for schmoozing into a successful business, why his company's email is "the ultimate forwardable email," and what the latest tools do and don't mean for marketers. more
  • 10 Best and Worst Internet Company Names of the Decade
    by Laurel Sutton
    Like the internet phenoms they trumpeted, Internet company names of the last decade have been, by turns, wildly inventive, deeply troubled, breathtakingly silly, serviceable (if dull)—and, occasionally, brilliant. Here are the trends and names that rose to the top (and sank to the bottom). more
  • What Every CMO Should Know About Music
    by Ruth Simmons
    Sir John Hegarty, the man behind the Levi's jeans and Lynx deodorant ads, once claimed, "Music is 50% of an ad's success." Yet even today very few metrics are regularly applied within the planning and creative processes to measure the value of music and sound to a brand's marketing. more

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