Advertising with Improvised Explosive Devices

A recent marketing campaign turned Boston bomb scare exposes the fragmentation and generational divides that modern day marketers are confronting. There intent is to cut through the noise in an effort to present relevant messages to people who care. To do this successfully they must increasingly find ways to reach smaller and smaller niche audiences with more and more relevant content. (more…)

By Challis, ago

Do Customer Communities Pay Off?

HBR recently published results of a year long study, conducted in collaboration with eBay Germany, that involved 140,120 eBay customers. The study was aimed at determining whether or not there is business value in Customer Community Marketing Programs. The results are quite fascinating. (more…)

By Challis, ago