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3 Big Ways Mobile is Changing Marketing

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According to comScore, as of January of 2017, mobile had 71% share of total minutes spent online! If you are still informing your online marketing strategy based only on clicks, mentions, likes, views and other traditional KPIs created when we lived in a desktop-first environment, you’re not alone. While these legacy measurement tools are still…


4 Super Critical Focus Areas for Marketers Today

The role of marketing has changed dramatically over the last decade. This is primarily due to continually evolving technologies and trends that have been thrust upon modern business. As a result, marketers are being pushed to focus more on data analysis and interpretation, think deeply about the user experience and assume increasing accountability to the…


How Artificial Intelligence is Changing Marketing. Quickly.

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This post was originally published in California Mortgage Finance News, a California Mortgage Bankers Association publication.  “I believe that at the end of the century the use of words and general educated opinion will have altered so much that one will be able to speak of machines thinking without expecting to be contradicted.” These are the…


How To Build a Massive Following on your Social Media Channels

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This is one of the top challenges that plagues many in the mortgage industry and is no simple task. No matter how much you post, follow others, share others content and tell the world about your personal or business pages, the favor never seems to be returned with the same level of enthusiasm. You’re left…


Amplify Your Social Media NOW…and here’s how to do it

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The buyer path is much more complex than it ever used to be. This is due to the sheer volume of information on the Internet and social networks that connect people all over the world, building their circles of influence. Thus, people now travel a much less linear path toward purchase as they engage on…


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