Posts Categorized: Featured

A Social Business by Jason Cruz

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  Congratulations! You have successfully set up a business and the future looks rosy. You have a pretty store, prettier brochures and leaflets, and a magazine placement that is nothing short of being a work of art. Then it happens.. . .

Best Practices for Mobile Display Ads

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  Ever since mobile became part of a digital marketer’s arsenal, mobile marketing has transformed. With all the new features and functionalities of a smartphone, marketers are constantly crafting creative ways to capture more eyeballs. How mobile changed the game Mobile marketing was. . .

We’re back!

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Hi everyone! It’s been a while. The last post we did here on TNM was way back in April (around 3 months ago). Happy to say we’re back though and we’re beefing up the writing team so that we can. . .

Multiply to close on May 6, 2013

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Social shopping site Multiply.com is officially closing down on May 6, 2013. The announcement was posted on their website and an e-mail from their CEO, Stefan Magdalinski was also sent out to media partners. This is quite unfortunate considering they’ve. . .

IMMAP tackles Online Election Campaigns in 1st Breakfast Series (Kapihan Format)

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The Internet and Mobile Marketing Association of the Philippines (IMMAP) announced that they will be starting the “IMMAP Breakfast Series” which has a “Kapihan” format. It’s basically an open forum with featured guests tackling the latest issues facing the industry.. . .

Apps or Mobile Websites?

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The Universal McCann Social Media Tracker Wave 6 Study Highlights mentioned that 38% of Filipinos own smartphones. Now before you dump all of your development and marketing budget into churning out iOS and Android apps, note that “smartphone” basically means. . .