Nov 12, 2013

5 Bad Marketing Habits Made Worse by the Internet
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Written by : Stewart Rogers| 0 | Marketing, Social Media

5-bad-habits-internetIt’s easy for us web marketers to look down on traditional marketers, and how they “just don’t get it.” It’s not about hitting people over the head anymore; it’s about drawing them in. It’s about convincing them to want your messages, to habitually train them to trust what you have to say.

And then there are those bad habits the internet has actually made worse for us.

And by “us,” I mean marketers. All of them. Because it takes discipline to avoid these traps, and even the best of us stumble every once in a while. Watch out for these, or risk losing precious audience attention.

Read the full article at 5 Bad Marketing Habits Made Worse by the Internet.

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Stewart Rogers

Stewart has been involved in sales, marketing and running software companies since computers had black screens with the 'wide choice' of green or orange text. When he isn't speaking, writing or talking about marketing technology, you'll find him analyzing the entire marketing technology universe (yes, all 2,400+ products) for VB Insight (http://insight.venturebeat.com).
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Stewart Rogers

Stewart has been involved in sales, marketing and running software companies since computers had black screens with the 'wide choice' of green or orange text. When he isn't speaking, writing or talking about marketing technology, you'll find him analyzing the entire marketing technology universe (yes, all 2,400+ products) for VB Insight (http://insight.venturebeat.com).

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