Author Michael Carney, Marketing Week
In this installment of Michael Carney’s Marketing Week: Microtrends that matter 2010—it’s the small things that matter. Smaller trends can impact the business, social and political landscapes, so it pays to know be in the ‘trend’ know. Social media: did you really mean to do that?
In this installment of Michael Carney’s Marketing Week: The latest readership results are out. Grim reading, of course. But don’t wallow in self-pity. Laugh at the misfortune of others instead. Telecom announces modest sales of TiVo. But can CASPA change that? Can the iPad do for TV what the iPod did for music? The Travel Channel gets set for landing. The case of the missing asterisk. ComCom cracks down on misleading promotions.
Hey, look, it’s the newish incarnation of eBuzz from Marketing Week, and it’s a weekly melange of digital marketing news that will be of interest and relevance to Kiwis. Facebook, Twitter, TradeMe and the Anti-Spam Law: what’s the dilly? Social media: called to account Google gets buzzed Where do Kiwis shop online?
The first in a continuing series of erudite insights, market research and zeitgeisty marcomms dissection from Marketing Week. The whys and wherefores of Catch Up TV in New Zealand? How does it stack up? The year that was in TV land: it was the best of times, it was the worst of times. Facebook hits 400 mill. Happy sixth birthday. Statistics New Zealand’s suite of online tools small businesses quick and easy access to information. Marketing Rebooted: e-courses focusing on all things 2.0 to get you up with the play