English is my second language, when I first saw content marketing and context marketing, it
confused me in the Module 7A S1, which talks about seven elements of context marketing, the
third part that describes what is not context marketing, it is : contex
Twitter has a difficult time making profits. Currently they are selling advertising to stay financially sound.
What other strategies/tools can Twitter use/do to become more profitable.
2. Evaluate Twitter as a news source and as a source of knowledge abou
This video talks about the Digital Consumer and Rise of a New Paradigm for Marketing, because of the
internet, there are more and more digital consumers and a new paradigm for marketing is coming, the
four Ps we are familiar with actually evolve into some
The title of this article is: 5 content distribution channels you might be overlooking. The article stress
that content marketing team in the company needs a carefully defined distribution strategy that are
more like business development.
The 5 content di
Definition - What does Digital Commerce (DCommerce)mean?
Digital commerce (D-commerce) is a type of e-commerce used by an organization that delivers and
sells products online. D-commerce is used by companies that sell news, subscriptions, documents
In this week's module 6B, there is one video section talking about sending the
Right Email to the Right Person, it illustrates the importance of the Email market
and state the ways to send the right email to the right person, also I found
As the popularity of the mobile retail business, Retailers have surely noticed the advantages to selling
online, and they have created mobile-friendly e-commerce stores in response, people are also concerned
with the security and risk related to the mobil
It's a mobile society. Call it good. Call it bad. It just is, the mobile phones actually has changed our life a
lot, the article I read is 10 ways mobile gadgets have changed our lives, I think it is a pretty
understandable and good article, it talks abou
Dell Company was established by Michael Dell in November 4, 1984, who was a student at the
University of Texas at Austin. It is an American multinational information technology
corporation based in Round Rock, Texas, United States, which develops, sells a