It’s very tempting to go all out with your mobile marketing, focusing on the latest technology available, creating stylish, impressive and cutting-edge marketing campaigns, but let’s not forget about SMS.
This Election 2012 Twitter list is composed of news outlets, pundits on both sides of the aisle, Obama and Romney campaign staffers and some of the more interesting political bloggers. I mixed up the list to include both national figures and some key players in some of the battleground states.
Never ones to shy away from using trendy digital marketing technology to give their campaign a boost, the Obama campaign is now using augmented reality to fundraise on mobile devices and do much more.
It’s actually easier than you think, providing you are willing to invest a bit in your efforts. Without a doubt, with all the noise and competition on Facebook these days, a combination of incentivizing likes and advertising the offer are the best way to build a quick following.
Fast-food behemoth McDonald’s recently wrapped up a creative digital campaign in which they crowdsourced their latest burger creations.
Trident Gum recently launched a tax-time themed Facebook campaign that is aimed at taking your mind off financial issues.
Twitter used their blog this morning to get their users tweeting about tonight’s South Carolina GOP Primary Debates (9pm, Fox).
They have announced an official hashtag for the debate, #scdebate, and the Twitter staff has curated a suggested follow list made up of mostly political commentators from both ends of the spectrum.
Volkswagen has come up with an creative ad campaign that pokes fun at a smartphone feature that drives us all crazy- the autofill.
If your Facebook feed is full of pics of old cartoon characters, you aren’t alone. The latest Facebook viral cause campaign has really taken off with the social media giant’s users. There are over 400 stat posts on DMR. Browse the full list here. Basically, people are changing their profile pictures to their favorite childhood […]