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The Top 10 Marketing Trends For 2017 [Infographic]

Marketing Trends 2017

This article by an old friend of Curatti, Daniel Newman, takes a look at the marketing trends taking shape for 2017, and is a timely installment in our “Great Articles You may have missed” series. Marketing Trends 2017 Visibility is one aspect of marketing that won’t change—regardless of the year. Marketing before and after a


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Daniel Newman

The Importance Of Continuity From Marketing To Customer Service

Clients don’t see businesses as departments. They see the cohesive front that a business may call its “face.” When businesses earn a sale, the only expectation a customer has is that their needs with respect to the product will be met. Unfortunately, many business departments operate in silos, away from each other, and without cohesion.


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Daniel Newman

Why Facebook Knows Us Better Than We Know Ourselves

I saw the movie Her not too long ago and it left an impression. The whole idea of Joaquin Phoenix falling in love with his computer’s operating system, which turns out to be “someone” who understands him better than anyone else, makes me wonder if we are headed towards a similar future? While the movie


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Daniel Newman

The Importance of Customer Experience in Social Media

Did you know that according to a study performed by Maritz and Evolve 24 that more than 70 percent of customer-service complaints made on Twitter go unanswered? That’s right, ignored. Either blatantly or by mere ignorance and neglect of the company, customers are ignored and when that happens it has a snowball effect that many


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Daniel Newman

What Is The Relationship Between Influence and Expertise?

In a world where people are overwhelmingly seeking out high impact content to help them make purchase decisions, should brands be aligning with experts to serve the role of influencer?” The Makings of An Expert What is an expert anyway? By definition it is someone having comprehensive or authoritative knowledge in a particular area. In


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Andy Capaloff

9 Things You Need To Know About Data Big and Small

There are many great resources that detail the benefits of Big Data. Danny Brown has certainly written many (here’s just one example), as has Daniel Newman (and here’s an example of his work). I’m as excited as they and others are.  But with the Big Data journey barely really beginning, it seems opportune, even for


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Daniel Newman

Building Trust With Content Marketing: The Basics

 5 Ways To Build Trust With Content Marketing  How to ensure content marketing gets through the online noise. If you stop to consider the fact that there are 347 blog posts created every minute, you will probably come to the conclusion that we have entered the age of information overload. Beyond blogs, there are videos,


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Daniel Newman

6 Things Businesses Must Know About Today’s Consumer

The world is moving so fast. You go to bed and things are one way only to wake up to something else. If you are a sales pro you know what I mean. Whether it is a changing deal, a new competitor or something that completely disrupts the market, we are in a changing world.


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Andy Capaloff

The Power of Emotions, B2B Marketing And Your Business

Storytelling provides the emotional aspect to B2B marketing that stands one company apart from another.  My article for this week pulls a nugget or two from several, perhaps not obviously linked articles, hopefully paving a path from one to the other where it may not be so obvious reading each article individually. The New Buyer


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Daniel Newman

Why Small Brands Need Big Data

For Business Big And Small, Big Data Is A Big Deal Did you know that 90% of the world’s data was generated in the past 2 years? Moreover, every minute on the internet there are more than 2,000,000 Google searches, 685,000 Facebook updates, 200 million sent emails and 48 hours worth of video uploaded to


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