Recapping the Major Themes from min’s Instagram & Snapchat … – Minonline

MinonlineRecapping the Major Themes from min's Instagram & Snapchat …Minonlinemin held its first Instagram & Snapchat Master Class at the Yale Club on May 16th. On hand were more than a dozen speakers from across magazine media and …and more »

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Recapping the Major Themes from min’s Instagram & Snapchat Master Class – Minonline

MinonlineRecapping the Major Themes from min's Instagram & Snapchat Master ClassMinonlineSocial media is a black box. Snapchat and Instagram don't parallel other digital marketing channels. “You can't track your audience's behavior from start to finish, but you have the chance to seed,” said Jessica Liu, senior analyst at Forrester …and more »

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Why IoT product design is not just the product team’s job – IoT Agenda – TechTarget (blog)

Why IoT product design is not just the product team's job – IoT AgendaTechTarget (blog)Successful IoT product design must be a cross-functional effort spanning everyone from strategy to sales to support and beyond.and more »

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Why IoT product design is not just the product team’s job – TechTarget (blog)

Why IoT product design is not just the product team's jobTechTarget (blog)Who cares about UX design in the internet of things? In all likelihood, it's your product lead. In reality, UX development for connected products and services must be a cross-functional effort spanning everyone from strategy to sales to support and …

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Why the Marketing of Wonder Woman at Warner Bros. Is Coming Under Fire – Adweek

AdweekWhy the Marketing of Wonder Woman at Warner Bros. Is Coming Under FireAdweekA couple of weeks ago, Shana O'Neil at Blastr created a tempest when she publicly questioned Warner Bros.' marketing commitment to the upcoming Wonder Woman movie. She pointed to a general lack of advertising and news coverage, specifically …and more »

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