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How 20th Century Fox Innovated Their Marketing Strategy

Marketing

5 min read

Digital Marketing for Deadpool: How 20th Century Fox Innovated Their Marketing Strategy

Deadpool, AKA the “Merc with a mouth,” is the latest comic character to rise to the big screen from Marvel Comics. The character was created by writer Fabian Nicieza and artist Rob Liefeld in the early 90’s during their run on the New Mutants title. Since then, Deadpool has spawned multiple solo titles and crossovers with almost every Marvel character imaginable.
Patrick WhalenFeb 12, 2016
The Anatomy of Better Email Marketing Results

Marketing

6 min read

The Anatomy of Better Email Marketing Results

A lot of marketers today consider email an old-fashioned strategy and prefer to focus on other marketing channels like social media, blogging or live streaming. However, email marketing is a steadily growing trend, which shows no sign of fading. You can find some impressive numbers, proving the power of email marketing in this article.
Anastasia SidkoFeb 09, 2016
Targeting Millennials
Video Creation Strategies

Marketing

4 min read

5 Cheap and Easy Video Creation Strategies for Brands on a Budget

Recently, I shared with you some of the core elements of an effective video marketing strategy. But chances are, now that you’ve got your strategy down, you’re left wondering how you’re actually going to make this happen. After all, you’re (almost certainly) not Michael Bay, and you (very likely) don’t have the budget to create a Hollywood blockbuster for your business.
Aaron AgiusJan 12, 2016
4 Vital Elements of UX Design Your Marketing Plans Need

Marketing

2 min read

4 Vital Elements of UX Design Your Marketing Plans Need

From the perceptions of those in the digital world, user experience has long held the position of “good guy.” It is rooted in genuine concern for customers and aims to do what’s best for them. Marketing, on the other hand, has (at times) adopted the role of the villain — greedy, money-driven, and focusing on sales at all costs. Fair or not, these caricatures do exist.
Q ManningJan 07, 2016
2016 Ultimate Seasonal Marketing Campaign Planner