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Shiju Mathew

5 High Value Cross-platform eCommerce Marketing Tips

Cross-platform marketing

“Deliver the right message at the right time.” is a phrase oft-repeated as a mantra for any marketing campaign to succeed. However, marketers these days have another crucial aspect to take care of when it comes to reaching out effectively to their customers: the platform. Today’s customers no longer connect with your brand using just


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Susan Gilbert

The Evolution and Importance of Memes and Infographics

Funny memes

I was asked recently, “What is the definition of a meme; and, how did they ever get that name?” Most of us have seen funny images and sayings with animals, celebrities, etc. on social media. When people started to add sayings to the photo of what they thought, this became known on the Internet as


Martin Shervington

Your 10 Step Marketer’s Guide To Improving Customer Service

Customer Service and Social Listeing

This article by Martin Shervington is on a subject we take very seriously. Customer Service is set to become even more important as the number of small business options consumers will have, continues to explode. It is another in our “Great Articles You may have missed” series.   Introduction When I read customer service oriented


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Scott Aughtmon

Content Marketers: This is How Your Prospect’s Brains React To Stories

The effects of stories, on the brain

Another in our “Great Articles You may have missed” series. In this article, Scott Aughtmon shows us how stories affect our brains. Food for thought, indeed, in your efforts to write engaging content that converts. This Is Your Brain on Stories “The brain is a wonderful organ. It starts working the moment you get up


Aliona Tarankova

The History & Future of Social Media Growth [Infographic]

Social Media Trends

Social media is something everyone reading this article is likely to take for granted. We could be forgiven for feeling as if it has been with us forever, that everyone is on it, and that it is as much a part of everyone’s life as it is ours. Quite the contrary though! The majority of


Shelly Kramer

6 Key Metrics for Measuring B2B Social Media ROI

Metrics for Social Media ROI

Another in our “Great Articles You may have missed” series. This is a subject we all need to know more about but perhaps tend to steer clear of. Surely though, a metrics article about Social Media ROI is too good to pass up? Key Metrics for Measuring B2B Social Media ROI Social media has become


Shelly Kramer

How To Overcome The Biggest Content Marketing Challenges

Challenges

Foreword At Curatti, we have always strived to bring our readers great articles from top bloggers and thought leaders, as well as excellent crowd-sourced, guest blog posts. We’ve decided to formalize the re-published articles into an ongoing series called “Great Articles You may have missed”. Where better to start than with a great friend of


Shelly Kramer

The Mobile Mind Shift: What Marketers Need To Know

Mobile Mind Shift

Smartphone usage continues to soar. The result is that consumers, growing used to finding what they want, where and when they want it, are changing their attitudes toward shopping. There are consequences of that change in the mindset of the consumer. One is that marketers are facing a new battleground in meeting the expectations of


Tony Zambito

How B2B Marketers Can Help Buyers Achieve Their Goals

Many CMOs today are faced with a dilemma.  As digital interactions and media become more intertwined into everyday life, marketers need to respond.  Respond with content and media that fits into the new world of digital commerce.  Yet, as CMOs invest and allocate more to content and digital media, the returns are not occurring as


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Jan Gordon

Marketers: Rethink The Customer Decision Journey

 By Greg Satell In 2009, McKinsey & Co. proposed what was touted as a radical shift in marketing practice they called the consumer decision journey.  The article called into question the long held concept of the purchase funnel in favor of a new model that incorporated customer experience and advocacy. “If marketing has one goal,


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