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In 2009, digital marketing experienced some major shifts in marketing opportunities, budgets and attitude. 2010 will see the hype calming around Facebook apps and Twitter campaigns and the development of ROI models around social media marketing. The following trends are based on thoughts we have shared with our clients and now share with DMB’s readers. Facebook replaces personal email Google has it; Hoover has it (in the U.K. anyway); TiVo had it, lost it, and has somewhat got it back. Xerox had it, but nobody really cares anymore. So what is it? It’s when a brand name becomes the verb associated with its use. So ...
Sorry Kevin and Tony, Newspoll keeps coming back with the same numbers because the electorate can’t stand either of you. The most interesting part of today’s poll is the Coalition primary vote. It continues to track below the level that lost the Howard government office in 2007. The high-water mark for the Coalition at the ballot box in the Howard era was 47 per cent in 1996, followed by 46.7 per cent in 2004. In between, Howard won two elections with rather modest primary votes – 43.1 per cent in 2001 and 39.5 per cent in 1998. Each time, there was a significant other to the ... Read More
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