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Interactive Marketing – Is That Really Where It's At?

iStock_000000307584XSmallIt shouldn’t come as a shock that more and more marketers are taking their advertising efforts online. We’ve chronicled this shift fairly frequently, like in this post on the increase in spending in social network marketing.

But just because marketers are increasing their budgets for interactive advertising, that doesn’t mean they’re making money.

The good news is at least they think they will. And positive thinking has power, people!

According to the “2009 Promo Interactive Marketing Survey” from PROMO magazine, more than one-third of marketers believe that interactive marketing ROI will be more profitable than traditional marketing – such as TV, radio and outdoor – this year.

Take a look at this bar graph from eMarketer, which details the results of the survey:

Continue reading ‘Interactive Marketing – Is That Really Where It's At?’

Interactive Marketing – Is That Really Where It's At?

iStock_000000307584XSmallIt shouldn’t come as a shock that more and more marketers are taking their advertising efforts online. We’ve chronicled this shift fairly frequently, like in this post on the increase in spending in social network marketing.

But just because marketers are increasing their budgets for interactive advertising, that doesn’t mean they’re making money.

The good news is at least they think they will. And positive thinking has power, people!

According to the “2009 Promo Interactive Marketing Survey” from PROMO magazine, more than one-third of marketers believe that interactive marketing ROI will be more profitable than traditional marketing – such as TV, radio and outdoor – this year.

Take a look at this bar graph from eMarketer, which details the results of the survey:

Continue reading ‘Interactive Marketing – Is That Really Where It's At?’

Interactive Marketing – Is That Really Where It’s At?

iStock_000000307584XSmallIt shouldn’t come as a shock that more and more marketers are taking their advertising efforts online. We’ve chronicled this shift fairly frequently, like in this post on the increase in spending in social network marketing.

But just because marketers are increasing their budgets for interactive advertising, that doesn’t mean they’re making money.

The good news is at least they think they will. And positive thinking has power, people!

According to the “2009 Promo Interactive Marketing Survey” from PROMO magazine, more than one-third of marketers believe that interactive marketing ROI will be more profitable than traditional marketing – such as TV, radio and outdoor – this year.

Take a look at this bar graph from eMarketer, which details the results of the survey:

Continue reading ‘Interactive Marketing – Is That Really Where It’s At?’

Corporate Green: Customers Care Whether You're for the Environment

Within the past couple of years, customer surveys often showed that customers did not care whether a company was “green” or not.

Some of the latest data from eMarketer may be revealing a new trend. In one of their surveys, the largest percentage (44%) reported that it was “very important” to them to look at how the company was impacting the environment.

Continue reading ‘Corporate Green: Customers Care Whether You're for the Environment’

Corporate Green: Customers Care Whether You're for the Environment

Within the past couple of years, customer surveys often showed that customers did not care whether a company was “green” or not.

Some of the latest data from eMarketer may be revealing a new trend. In one of their surveys, the largest percentage (44%) reported that it was “very important” to them to look at how the company was impacting the environment.

Continue reading ‘Corporate Green: Customers Care Whether You're for the Environment’

Visible Shops Goes Meta: The Office's Viral Marketing Campaign

In this postmodern age, almost everything is self-referential and knowingly ironic. Even in the advertising world, an approach can lead to “meta,” an ambiguous pop culture concept of self-reference. Think about selling out/merchandising jokes on The Simpsons. Or a Charlie Kaufman film with the screenwriter as the main character. Continue reading ‘Visible Shops Goes Meta: The Office's Viral Marketing Campaign’

Visible Shops Goes Meta: The Office's Viral Marketing Campaign

In this postmodern age, almost everything is self-referential and knowingly ironic. Even in the advertising world, an approach can lead to “meta,” an ambiguous pop culture concept of self-reference. Think about selling out/merchandising jokes on The Simpsons. Or a Charlie Kaufman film with the screenwriter as the main character. Continue reading ‘Visible Shops Goes Meta: The Office's Viral Marketing Campaign’


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