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Bullseye Buzz: Digital Marketing Predictions for 2019

by | Jan 8, 2019

By Mark Eting

Bullseye Strategy Special Correspondent

Happy New Year! It’s that time again…we’re dusting off our gym shoes, our juicers…and, if we’re marketers, our crystal balls. Because this is the time of year when we get to sink our teeth into so many juicy predictions for what to expect in the 2019 digital marketing landscape. Here are three round-ups we’ve been talking about at the agency water cooler…which we’re all spending more time at these days (hydration! hydration! hydration!) digital marketing news

Video, AR & Influencers: Here to Stay

Social Media Today’s round-up predicts expansions in mobile video, social ecommerce and influencer marketing–and some game changer developments in the realm of augmented reality. With nearly half of all Americans owning voice activated speakers such as Google Home or Amazon Echo, brands need to ensure they are optimizing to this new technology. Voice technology is a big part of 2019

New Year, New Customers

New customer acquisition has always been a tough nut to crack, so leave it to Google to fine-tune their proverbial nutcrackers. Google Display is rolling out three features geared at reaching new customers, according to Marketing Land. This includes product feeds, custom intent audiences, and enhancements to audience expansion features. New intent audiences from Google

Google Gets Better at Getting to the Point

We’ve all been there…you enter a query in Google, the answer pops up at the top of the search feed, but then when you click through, it’s a lot of scrolling through yadda yadda yadda to find the answer to the question. Now Google can link to a page that’s anchored to the content most relevant to your search term via the use of “snippets.” This is a win for Googlers, of course, but it changes things drastically for content managers and webmasters. Check out the details from Search Engine Land. new snippets “Mark Eting” is the pen name of the Bullseye Strategy team. Check back with us next week for more news on what’s buzzing in the digital marketing industry.]]>

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