|June 3, 2014|
|Why Great Marketing Isn't Always Done "At Scale"|
|By Kristen Matthews|
Contrary to popular belief, marketing doesn't necessarily need to be a "scalable" operation. In fact, outreach marketing focuses on the "one to one to many" approach where brands reach out to a handful of passionate fans, influencers, etc. who spread word of mouth recommendations for them.
Nothing is black and white, especially marketing. However, for the most part, outreach marketing is not a philosophy that encourages at scale operations.
Instead, it is a philosophy that holds on to the roots of how marketing started and what makes consumers buy in the first place. It weaves it all in to the modern technology that has made word of mouth marketing smother self-promotional tactics like billboards and commercials. [...]
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|Should Your Brand Run from Google+?|
A flurry of online media has covered the recent news that Google+ head Vic Gundotra is leaving Google and that about 1,000 of the team that worked on Google+ will now be assigned to different teams. Techcrunch ran the sensationalistic title "Google+ is Walking Dead" which has received more than a little pushback from Google reps.
So, what does this shift in leadership and staff mean for the Google+ platform? What does it mean for people and companies attempting to use Google+ for marketing?
An article [...]
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