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Post 5 – #30DaysofKindness

December 2, 2012

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In our previous lecture for Marketing New Tools, we discussed our initiative to pass on Random Acts of Kindness (RAK). This all reminds me of the film Pay It Forward with Haley Joel Osment, which also integrates the RAK concept. The #30DaysOfKindness challenge is being lead by Marc Smith in British Columbia, who is encouraging […]

Post #4 – Analyze This

November 15, 2012

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Web 2.0 has introduced us to significant changes that affect how we do business. We’ve discussed the many different ways we can market a brand’s message through Web 2.0 but how do we study its impact? This is where web analytics comes in to play. Avinash Kaushik knows a lot about web analytics. He wrote the […]

Post #3 – Mo’ Mobile

November 4, 2012

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Mobile has really become the buzz the word in marketing. Marketers understand that reaching consumers with mobile phones and tablets give functionality and accessibility for the consumers and business. This week’s readings included an article titled “How to decide: Mobile websites vs. mobile apps”. The information can serve as a decision-making tool for companies figuring […]

Post #2 – Hey! Let’s Meetup!

October 21, 2012

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Reading Lindzon’s article “How Meetup Helps Online Communities In The Real World” was the first time I ever heard of Meetup. I had my Zero Moment of Truth with Meetup and Googled it, and it was the first result on Google (now that’s effective search marketing!). I had a good first impression from the site. It […]

Post #1 – E-commerce, the new commerce?

September 30, 2012

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Chapter 3 of Basics Marketing O2: Online Marketing covered the topic of e-commerce. E-commerce is nothing new to marketers these days as it arose back in the late 1990s/early 2000s, which marked the dot.com boom and bust. Online stores that met success were those that provided special offerings and were the first to be available […]

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