After sifting through the archives of advertisements, here are five of the most enduring holiday marketing campaigns to date.
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Operating as a highly influential technology company in 2016 is a precarious proposition, especially around election time.
Procrastinating on holiday gifts is a yearly tradition for many. But worry not, here are some great last minute options for the millennial you’re shopping for.
Google’s new smartphone, the Pixel, looks to capitalize on Samsung’s misfortune and challenge Apple for mobile supremacy.
A few months have passed since the launch of Instagram Stories, a way to share photos and videos without overwhelming your followers’ news feeds. How will it ultimately compete with Snapchat’s version of the Stories feature?
Brands advertising during the holidays typically go one of a few ways: sappy, funny, or some combination of both. Here are some great examples from 2016.
Download this free and interactive Holiday Marketing Checklist to set yourself and your business up for success this holiday season!
Ecommerce is not a new phenomenon, but each year during the holidays, new ways and platforms to take advantage of it emerge.
Since genuine kindness seems to be rare these days, it’s highly valued by customers and the population at large. If you incorporate kindness into your brand values, your customers will likely recognize and reward your efforts.
An infographic of remarkable digital marketing news and statistics from November.
Google’s most recent update to its search rankings algorithm, Penguin, is designed to make it more granular and have it work in real time.
Small Business Saturday is Saturday, November 26th, but there’s still plenty of time for your business to participate. You likely have some Black Friday or Cyber Monday deals in the works, so why not include Small Business Saturday as well?