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As we close out the year, it's important to look back at what happened in social marketing in order to plan for the future. There were four key trends in 2009 that CMOs should reflect on, starting at the macro level then shifting down to micro real-time updates. They are: The Recession Spurred Consumers to Adopt Social Technologies. Humans are social creatures and, as a result, they tend to band together in hard times. During financial crises, this same behavior is evident: People connect to one other, share, learn, and communicate. What’s more, with unemployment at record highs, those with internet access have more ...
(March 11, 1916-November 22, 2008) was one of Britain's Market Research pioneers whose contributions to the acceptance and understanding of that discipline among related fields won him an international reputation. He was the last survivor of the 23 founders of the Market Research Society (MRS), which he helped establish in 1947 and which now has 8,000 members in 50 countries. In publishing - he was for nine years Marketing Director of the Thomson Organisation, where he also became a Deputy Managing Director - his influence was significant in pulling an old-fashioned conservative industry towards the appreciation and ...
Only Marketing Jobs » Exploring the Big Society
Here in the UK, there is much talk, led by our new Prime Minister David Cameron, about what he calls the “Big Society”.  In his words: It’s time for something different, something bold – something that doesn’t just pour money down the throat of wasteful, top-down government schemes. The Big Society is that something different and bold. It’s about saying if we want real change for the long-term, we need people to come together and work together – because we’re all in this together. The ‘Big Society’ is David Cameron’s ‘Big Idea’. His aides say it is about empowering communities, redistributing power and fostering a culture of ... market research, surveys and trends
Blogs & The Art Of Thought Leadership | Critical Mass PR
“You can’t be taken seriously by business audiences unless you have a blog in the mix,” Pulizzi explained during a phone discussion, also noting that blogs are simply delivery mechanisms. Sharing your insights consistently is the true yardstick, according to Pulizzi, regardless of format. And while it is certainly possible to do business without a blog, having one is a key ingredient for establishing and sustaining online presence. On a World Wide Web full of Twitter following, Facebook friending and YouTube viewing, it is easy to lose sight of blogging’s benefits. Blogs remain the most flexible online format ... market research, surveys and trends


Sales & Marketing Society of the Mid-South
a growing Memphis, Tennessee sales and marketing consulting firm is seeking an Office Manager with 5+ years of high-level administrative experience to join its pack. Ad agency/marketing firm experience is a plus, but not required. Selected candidate must have a proven track record of successfully managing projects, identifying the need for and developing needed systems/processes that improve efficiency, and developing organizational systems that can be executed firm-wide. Ideal candidate has exceptional follow-through skills and enjoys working in a fast-paced entrepreneurial environment. Bachelor’s degree in marketing, ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
The Internet, Digital Media - Trends - Goethe-Institut
There are now about 2700 Internet radio stations in Germany: in 2006 there were only 450. Although this kind of radio is listened to more and more, it is still difficult to earn money with it. The fivefold increase of Internet radio station offerings between 2006 and 2009 represents an annual growth of 70 percent. This is one of the results published by the Bavarian Regulatory Authority for Commercial Broadcasting (BLM) and the Berlin strategy consultancy Goldmedia in their study Webradio Monitor 2009 . “I think it’s natural for more and more people to use radio on the Internet”, says Stefan Sutor, director of the Radio ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Mad Men City | Answers From a Real Mad Man, Part 2
Following is the second set of responses from Ed McCabe, who worked for a number of major advertising agencies and is a founder of Scali, McCabe, Sloves. Do you think companies and agencies have gone too far in selling concepts rather than products?
 Do you think there is too much forced humor in ads today, making the ad, and not the product, the focus? — Posted by Hugh, a former employee of Rapp, Collins, Stone & Adler. Yes, I think there is a tendency to force “humor” into advertising these days. It’s easier to come up with an idea for a supposedly humorous commercial than it is to come up with a serious grand strategic vision ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
No more playing lonely games
Playdom has just launched its latest Facebook game "Fanglies." Game makers say that games on social networks have proven that people really do like playing games with each other. The days of playing games alone are over. Or at least, that's what a whole lot of folks in the business of making games are saying. "In the future, all games are going to be social," Matt Hulett, the chief revenue officer for GameHouse, said earlier this week. GameHouse is a company that develops and publishes casual, mobile and social network games. "I think that the fact that gaming has been a solitary experience has been a very ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Mr. Max Haroon, President & Founder of the Society of Internet
business. e-Marketing: Internet Based Marketing. Max Haroon invites you to step into the world of internet-based marketing. Founder of the Society of ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Speaker Biographies -- U.S. Commercial Service New Hampshire
a technical translation and localization services provider. With over 20 years of experience in corporate language services, Scott currently handles R&D and key accounts, working with customers to find the best technical and language solutions for their organizations. Scott has presented at regional and national conferences for the Society of Technical Communications and American Translators Association on topics covering translation quality management, localization strategies and Web 2.0 technologies. Scott has a Bachelor of Arts degree in German Language and Chemistry from SUNY Binghamton and has a Masters ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Stern and El Ansary Award
Louis W. Stern is the John D. Gray Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Marketing at the Kellogg School of Management of Northwestern University. Professor Stern joined the Northwestern faculty in 1973. Prior to that he was Professor of Marketing at The Ohio State University. He was appointed to the Ohio State faculty in 1963 after having spent two years at the industrial research firm Arthur D. Little, Inc., Cambridge, Mass. From January 1965 until June 1966, he served as a principal economist for the National Commission on Food Marketing in Washington, D.C., and during the 1969-70 academic year, he was a visiting associate ...
WikiAnswers - Who is the founder of bic
Marcel Bich, from France did in 1945. He had been the production manager for a French ink manufacturer outside of Paris, that he bought with Edouard Buffard (his business partner), and set up business as the maker of parts for fountain pens and mechanical pencils. While his business grew, the development of the ballpoint was advancing in both Europe and the United States and Marcel Bich saw the potential for this new writing instrument. After obtaining the patent rights to a ball point pen created by Hungarian inventor, Ladislao Biro, Marcel Bich introduced his own ball point pen in December of 1950. Marketing his product as a ...
What is the proper business card title for the founder of a small ...
I recently started a small S Corporation and I am about to start the process of creating business cards. The problem is that I need to put a title on the card and I have a few issues. First of all, should I use the title President or the title CEO? My main concern is that my company would be considered not professional by putting the wrong title. but I want whoever received my business card to know I do everything. The "president" might just be on the board of directors and not actually do any of the operations, and vice versa the CEO might do all the operations but nothing else (business organizational issues for example). I ...