Tag Archives: Multi-Channel Marketing

October 2018 LPM Roundup

Another month has passed, which means more developments in the world of Local Presence Management (LPM). This time we’ve seen some major changes with minor consequences, minor changes with major consequences—and a significant (if inevitable) demise that even casual users should note. Google shuts down Google+ Remember that massive push Google made for their own […]

Adobe Digital Experience Makers: 5 Key Takeaways

Adobe’s Vancouver edition of the Digital Experience Makers event was a roaring success with more than 180 digital leaders from over 50 unique brands—including Best Buy, Lululemon, MEC, and many more—coming together at the TELUS Garden Tower. Right from the start, there was a positive, collaborative energy throughout the Tower as a diverse mix of […]

Why Google’s New Customer Match is Great News for B2B Marketers

For more than a decade, paid search has been a go-to channel for digital marketers. It’s not hard to understand why. It’s measurable and accountable. It plays right at the bottom of the funnel where the action happens. It’s flexible and scalable. Last but not least, when executed with even a moderate degree of expertise, it almost […]

Five Things You Need To Know About Connecting the Pillars of Digital Marketing

It’s not news that the technology evolution has shifted the way consumers and retailers communicate. While the purchase decision pyramid remains relevant, today’s consumers’ digital hyper-connectedness is increasing the transparency of the process.  As a result, we as marketers, developers, content curators and business leaders need to up our game. The art of persuasion is […]

Yellow Pages Dirty Little Secret… People still use them!

It’s a fact. We use the Yellow Pages more often than we’d like to admit. I was recently with a client demonstrating the strength of Yellow Pages in their particular vertical.  And before you ask, yes, usage has declined.  However, there are still 11 million references a year to this particular category.  Furthermore, when someone is using […]

DexOne and SuperMedia Emerge as Dex Media

Another successful business transition has come to pass as DexOne and SuperMedia complete their merger and move forward as Dex Media™, which trades on the NASDAQ with the symbol DXM.  Originally expected to happen by the end of 2012, the merger was completed on April 30th, 2013. So, what does this mean?  Again, as discussed […]

The Value of a Multimedia Bundle Program

The current search market is highly fragmented, with BIA/Kelsey reporting that consumers now use an average of 7.9 sources when shopping for local products or services. Shoppers have more choices now than ever before, and for the small business owner it’s no longer just about being out there where consumers might be looking but being […]

In a Black and White World, Let’s Talk Yellow!

Many of you may have seen Chris Silver Smith’ s article this past week ruminating on his prediction from 2007 that the Yellow Pages were ‘toast’. He took some flack back then for his statement, but thought it was prudent to revisit his prediction this past week. With its provocative headline “Are the Yellow Pages Toast”, […]