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Events : Demand more from your speakers / Gallus Events

by on March 30, 2013

Content is many things but one thing it is not is king! This is because keeping royalty is expensive and many, far too many, conferences are loathed to pay people to deliver creative, exciting and innovative content. When content is treated as a pauper your attendees are poorer for it.

Unfortunately in the past it really was “good enough” to deliver poor content at conferences.People would still attend and no doubt comment that the conference was “OK”. Now, if you have a conference that is only delivering “OK” content it won’t be OK for very long.


Applying Plan-Do-Check-Adjust to a lead nurturing campaign

by on October 10, 2012

Posted by John McTigue on Tue, Oct 09, 2012

Plan-Do-Check-Adjust (PDCA) is a classic kaizen, meaning continuous improvement, principle perfectly applicable to digital marketing. Processes within each component of digital marketing can be broken down into individual PDCA loops, worked on by an inbound marketing team and improved on a continuing basis.

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What are your sweet spot touch points with your customers and could you do it better? / Jeff Bullas

by on August 25, 2012

It is a ritual, either on your way to work or after you have opened the laptop or logged in. It doesn’t matter when but most of us do it. by Jeff Bullas

Starbucks 4 keys to social media engagement

We pop down to the corner coffee shop or cafe and and order our latte, cappucino, flat white or even a soy version of all of the above… in fact I have my soya flat white with no sugar right next to me now provided by my local barista called affectionately ‘BJ’.  We chat to the barista or the waitress as we wait for the morning brew, it is part of our offline  rituals that makes starting the day engaging and social. [more…]

Which social media channels are the most important to marketers? / New research

by on June 13, 2012

New research conducted by Crain’s B2B reveals a growing interest and involvement among marketers in b-to-b social media.

In 2011, 21 percent of marketers polled reported that they were “very” or “fully” engaged in marketing through social channels, compared with 32 percent this year. For 2013, the research forecasts a rise to 53 percent.


“OMG Just Seen This On Channel 4 WOW!! Love It”

by on March 1, 2012

The Guardian has launched a major TV ad campaign.  Find out more about the three little pigs.