Digital Summit Denver 2020 Promo Code

Digital Summit Denver 2020 is cancelled, but it's going online, as the closest Denver equivalent is Digital Summit at Home, which is designed around the Pacific Timezone. The promo code for the 2020 Digital Summit at Home is GFP50. That will save you save you $50 off...

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How to Share Social Proof Across Facebook Ads

How to Share Social Proof Across Facebook Ads

Comments, likes and shares on ads are very valuable as social proof, so it's helpful to be able to not spread them out when you want to duplicate your ad to run separately across different audiences. This technique will show you how to: Share / aggregate / combine the...

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Selling on Amazon Tips

"Should I sell products on Amazon?" It is a question every merchant must ask themselves these days. After all, Amazon is the largest marketplace the world has ever known. The answer is complicated, and often involves some risk. Below you will find some helpful tips...

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Providing “Grounds for Promotion” – It Worked!

We aim to give our clients "Grounds for Promotion," i.e. results to good that they'll deserve a promotion at work. And great news: It worked! A promotion at work occurred: 1. From our amazing dental/vision/orthodontic client, after working at her company and with us...

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Omni-Channel Digital Marketing Playbook

Digital Summit Denver 2017 presentation by Brian Kroll of AdTaxi. Facebook Prospecting Remarketing Strategy K9 Creative Alignment Creative Ad Strategy Optimization Sequence - Map campaigns to follow the journey. - Stage 1 Optimization - Stage 2 campaign...

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Snapchat Strategies for Business Marketing

Why Snapchat? It reaches 40% of 18-35 year olds daily. 77% of users are 18+ It works, people pay attention instead of tv ads   Snapchat Tips - Influencer marketing: they have creative storytelling skills. Use Account takeovers. - Snapchat is not Facebook, you...

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AR vs VR: What’s the Difference… One is Social

By Ashley Crowder of Vntna @vntnalive @acrowder33. AR/VR will be an $80 billion industry by 2025. Types of AR 1. Phone: - Marker based - Pokemon GO. It was social. 2. Headset: Hololens 3. Hologram: this is what they specialize in. This drives an experience. They did a...

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