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Category: digital marketing

breaking up digital marketing platforms

Bullseye Buzz: Shopify & Mailchimp Break Up; LinkedIn Upgrades Audiences

By Mark Eting Bullseye Strategy Special Correspondent We hate to sound like a Hollywood gossip columnist, but did you hear that Shopify and Mailchimp broke up?? It’s staggering, like when Jennifer Aniston and Ben Affleck stopped being Bennifer; unlike the undoing of Bennifer, though, this divorce has major ramifications for brands, agencies, and of course, ...
March Madness for Digital Marketing

The Final Four in New Digital Technologies | Bullseye Strategy

By Jonathan Schwartz, CEO Bullseye Strategy  Have you filled out your bracket yet? As March Madness begins, basketball fans across the country are making calculated decisions to determine which teams are favored to win the NCAA Tournament. Meanwhile, at Bullseye Strategy, we’re reviewing our own “final four”: the top digital technologies. No, this didn’t involve ...

Bullseye Buzz: Desperately Seeking 18-34 Year-Olds

By Mark Eting Bullseye Strategy Special Correspondent Are you between the ages of 18 and 34? If so, you should feel very, very wanted. Brands and social media platforms alike are doing just about anything and everything they can to court you, ranging from the much-mocked and now-defunct Facebook LOL feed to the various cringe-worthy ...
Sharpen your marketing in 2019

5 New Year’s Resolutions for Digital Marketers

By Jonathan Schwartz, CEO, Bullseye Strategy The collective spirit of self-improvement makes the New Year a good time to line up an action plan for success, whether it’s a personal goal or a business goal. At Bullseye Strategy, we’ve definitely got fitness on our minds; if you’ve seen us on Instagram this month, you’ll see ...
personalized marketing

Personalized Marketing Doesn't Have to be "Creepy"

By Maria Harrison, President, Bullseye Strategy “Personalization” may be the biggest marketing buzzword of 2018, but there’s a fine line between providing your customers with highly-relevant marketing and over-stepping. Save being “creepy” for spider webs and haunted houses and give your customers a little breathing room. Follow these tips to create marketing that tells your customers ...