5 New Year’s Resolutions for Digital Marketers

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Sharpen your marketing in 2019

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… Read more »

Our Brave New World: 5 Exciting Digital Marketing Trends That Will Dominate 2016

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Wow! As the old saying goes; time flies when you’re having fun. And here at Bullseye Strategy, we’ve apparently had so much fun that the last year simply evaporated before our eyes. We’ve encountered plenty of challenges and enjoyed major successes throughout 2015. And—like so many other marketers—we’re eagerly awaiting the promise that 2016 (and… Read more »

The Twitter Redesign: Three Musts for Your Social Media Marketing Strategy

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It’s beginning to look a lot like Facebook, everywhere you go. Earlier this month, Twitter announced a redesign of user profiles and they look quite familiar. Twitter is calling their new design an easier and more fun way to express yourself – or your brand – through the web profile, and it is now available… Read more »

The Always On Customer – Digital Trends 2014

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Digital Trends for the Always On Customer 2014 Recently, I keynoted at a marketing summit for Ultimate Software, a Fortune 100 Best Company to Work for winner. At Ultimate, their focus is always on people – whether employees, customers, or prospective customers. As a B2B human capital management technology company, they thrive and grow because… Read more »