Obama’s Social Media Success

By Christina Mejia ChiefMarketer.com Dave’s Comments (Digital Marketing Tutorial Blog): A great post by this Chief Marketer analyst on how Obama won the “Internet election campaign” by taking Web 2.0 tactics to the extreme. My personal experience with the Obama campaign’s 21st century tactics was wireless phone-based. I signed up to receive text message updates … Read more

Web Marketing’s Next Phase – Inbound Marketing

by Rick Burnes Hubspot’s Inbound Internet Marketing Blog Dave’s Comments (Digital Marketing Tutorial Blog): What an insightful and helpful article! Rick Burnes does a masterful job of integrating the next round of Internet Marketing initiatives and showing how they can form the basis of a comprehensive online “Inbound Marketing” strategy. The comparison of Inbound Marketing … Read more

Viral Video a Big Winner at Blendtec

by Bernie Borges FindandConnect.com Dave’s Comments (Digital Marketing Tutorial Blog): I had heard bits and pieces (pardon the pun!) about these viral videos from Blendtec, but had never heard the entire story. Well, here it is, including an iPhone “blending” demonstration! “Yesterday’s keynote at Pubcon was George Wright, the Marketing Director at Blendtec. He told … Read more

Larry Weber on the Future of Marketing and Branding

Karen Rubin and Rick Burnes HubSpot’s Inbound Internet Marketing Blog Dave’s Comments (Digital Marketing Tutorial Blog): Why did HubSpot want to interview Larry Weber about the future of marketing and branding? Because Larry, as it says on the Digital Influence Group Web site, “is a globally known expert in public relations and marketing services. Passionate … Read more

The Next Local Online Advertising Media: Not Google?

G5 Search Marketing Blog Dave’s Comments (Digital Marketing Tutorial Blog): A little gem of a blog entry on where local search is headed and what company/technology (if any!) will challenge Google for overall supremacy in this fast growing search segment. “Google is the single most popular search engine right now. And it’s not even close. According … Read more