December 2015


6 Digital Marketing Trends for 2016

Written By: Lea Titas | 12/30/2015  |  0 comments

It's hard to believe that 2016 is just around the corner.  Didn't we just say that about 2015??  2015 saw a rise in content marketing, with personalization and visual marketing at its core.  Will these trends continue into 2016?  What other opportunities will emerge in the next year?  In the following article, we examine 6 digital marketing trends to consider when planning for 2016.  
 


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Third-Party Integrations

Written By: Steven Snider |  12/25/2015  |  0 comments

Much of the value added service that we, as developers, add to a website design come, not only from custom software solutions, but activities that incorporate SaaS (Software as a Service) functionalities. Today, there is a plethora of SaaS-based services available, allowing our clients to engage consumers and provide capabilities to track website visitor data, manage online marketing activities, provide product pricing along with purchasing options and so much more.  


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#bemerry

Written By: Lea Titas |  12/23/2015  |  0 comments

Christmas is fast-approaching, and we are frantically getting ready - shopping and baking, wrapping and cooking.  And rockin' around the Christmas tree.  And eating.  Which, of course, means more baking.  But, through all the chaos, we love to take time to appreciate the season and provide the many reasons we have to #bemerry this year.   


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B2B Marketing Technologies Demystified - Follow-Up

Written By: Alex Greger |  12/16/2015  |  0 comments

Last week, we hosted a webinar to help make sense of two approaches to managing customer interaction and engagement:  CRM (Customer Relationship Management) and MA (Marketing Automation).  In the webinar, we discussed when and how to use what platform while presenting best practices and success stories.  


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Free Desktop Wallpaper for December!

Written By: Lea Titas |  12/01/2015  |  0 comments

Boasting 52 stories, 708 feet, the Terminal Tower is the centerpiece of the Cleveland skyline.  The building was raised in 1930 to serve as the office building atop a centralized rail station.  At its dedication, it was the tallest building in North America, outside New York City, and remained that way until 1964.  And it is this month's desktop calendar.


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