Tag: digital

7 Ways to Succeed in Native Advertising

October 26th, 2015   •   no comments   

7 Ways to Succeed with Native Advertising

Have you started “going native” in your marketing strategy? If you haven’t, its high time you do.

Traditionally known as advertorials or sponsored content, native advertising is a form of online advertising where the content matches the form and function of the channel in which it appears. These ads can either by created by the advertising company, an agency, or the media owner. 
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When Content Marketing Becomes Spam

February 6th, 2015   •   no comments   

Noooo! My content isn’t spam! (Courtesy of Good Karma Host)

Are you a content marketing spammer?

There is a fine thin line between producing useful content and generating useless spam. While some of us do appreciate information that helps us to solve our problems, or increase our pleasure, others may find a continuous stream of irrelevant content interruptive and irritating.
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Public Relations in the Social Age

July 16th, 2014   •   no comments   

Courtesy of Hispanic PR Blog

Are you a public relations or PR professional? If so, what do you see yourself as?

A) Purveyor of the corporate spiel, coated with sugar, spice and everything nice;
B) Hustler for significant editorial coverage on newspapers, television news and magazines;
C) Guardian of your organisation’s corporate brand;
D) Gatekeeper to your head honchos; or
E) Spokesperson, communicator and messenger?
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The Evolution of Influence

May 20th, 2013   •   no comments   

Courtesy of Helping Psychology

Influence. That’s a neat word.

According to Dictionary.com, influence is “the capacity or power of persons or things to be a compelling force on or produce effects on the actions, behavior, opinions, etc., of others”. In other words, its how effective you are in transforming others and eliciting change.
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Marketing in the Age of Social Ephemera

May 8th, 2013   •   no comments   

Courtesy of BostInno

What’s the first thing you do when you wake up in the morning?

a) Brush your teeth?

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Samsung Unveils Galaxy S4 LTE Smartphone

April 23rd, 2013   •   no comments   

Models in Ashley Isham’s Capsule Collection with Samsung’s Galaxy S4 LTEs

After months of waiting, Singapore finally witnessed the launch of Samsung’s GALAXY S4 With LTE. The much anticipated “super” smartphone ups the ante in its contest with the iPhone 5, boasting a larger screen size and battery housed in a light (130 g) and slim (7.9 mm) form factor.

With the world’s first full HD SUPER AMOLED display, the GALAXY S4 With LTE has an ultra sharp pixel density of 441 PPI. According to the Samsung, this gives it the best viewing experience for users. The smartphone also uses Corning’s new Gorilla Glass 3 which makes it durable for life’s adventures (and misadventures).
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Is Blogging Going To Die?

April 5th, 2013   •   1 comment   

Courtesy of gregsshitlist.org

By now you would have read numerous articles proclaiming the death of the blog.  Like this, this, this, this and this.

Friends are also telling me that nobody blogs anymore. Some of their sound bites goes like this:

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Can’t Buy Me Like: Book Review

March 28th, 2013   •   3 comments   

relationship era - can't buy me like

Do you know that most TV ad viewers avert their eyes the moment a company’s brand appears?

Or that 6 out of 7 “megaviral” branded videos – think Subservient Chicken and Old Spice Man – are jump-started with paid seedings?
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Samsung Launches 1st Pop-Up Shop in Asia

January 21st, 2013   •   1 comment   

K-pop group SKarf – celebrity ambassadors for Samsung (courtesy of Samsung)

Riding on growing consumer interest to experience their mobile devices first hand, Asia’s number one brand Samsung has opened its first Samsung Mobile PIN in Singapore. A premium consumer experience space, the sprawling pop-up store will be at Ngee Ann Civic Plaza for a two-month period till 12 March 2013.

Samsung Mobile PIN Launch
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