By Krystal Rhaburn Where: Article Post on Spin Sucks: https://spinsucks.com/marketing/b2b-influencer-marketing/ Background: Tom Augenthaler is the founder of The Influencer Marketer, and is “obsessed with helping dynamic companies use influencer marketing to connect with their target markets, generate leads and grow.” Augenthaler has been in the field for almost 10 years, and shares his expertise on…Read more
Pivots – the changing of direction that restarts growth in a company – are in the news lately. Twitter, PayPal, Groupon, Starbucks and Nokia are all publicized examples of successful pivots. Most experts say that pivots are a good and necessary thing for all businesses. But, they often involve getting into new markets or making…Read more
Let me just start out by saying, I find it weird to be reading a book about Google. Shouldn’t it be a blog post or a Wiki or something else online? Ok, now that I have that off of my chest, let’s discuss what two of the key executives from Google can teach us about…Read more
Say goodbye to LinkedIn product and service pages. And a vocal group of LinkedIn users are not happy. Take a visit to the LinkedIn Help Center, and you’ll see pages upon pages of posts from unhappy users who say they are “extremely upset,” and “absolutely furious,” and that this is an “insane decision.” “Insane Decision”…Read more
Content marketing campaigns deliver focused and compelling content that attracts the buying public and is easily found via search engines. Content can include news, video, white papers, e-books, infographics, case studies, how-to guides, question and answer articles, photos, etc. Done right, a reader that finds such content is more likely to engage. One of the…Read more
DJA technology public relations clients give feedback on how the well the agency worked for them in 2013, including how professional and successful the programs were.
‘All PR is good PR’ is a widely touted maxim – which includes negative publicity. However, it may not always feel that way in the heat of the moment. What’s the truth in that statement? According to the recently published book called “Contagious: Why Things Catch On,” by Prof. Jonah Berger of Wharton Business School,…Read more
Every year we do a client survey to determine where DJA is exceling and, yes, where we could improve. Our 2012 end-of-year survey was 17 questions long, with quantitative responses and places for comments. The results are not scientific, but there were enough client responses for us to feel confident that the feedback is valid.…Read more