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Univision Consolidates Programming, Lays Off Radio Staffers

Many Univision radio stations and programs will be rebranded and reformatted, as responsibilities for programming are moved away from local markets to corporate hubs in Los Angeles, San Antonio, and Miami.

Applying Content to Brand Transformation

Xerox has used content marketing partnerships to change perceptions about its brand.

Applying Content to Brand Transformation

In this presentation, Xerox discussed using content marketing partnerships to change perceptions about its brand.

Starbucks: Evolving an Icon

Adam Stringer, partner at Lippincott, provided the inside story behind the brand evolution of one of the world’s most iconic companies, Starbucks.

Shiny Object or Digital Intelligence Hub? The Evolution of the Enterprise Social Media Command Center

The development of social media command centers at Mastercard, eBay, and Wells Fargo is discussed in this report from the Altimeter Group.

Brand as Publisher

Helen Loh, vice president of content and digital strategy at Charles Schwab, and Tami Dorsey, editorial director of Charles Schwab, shared key learnings on building brand affinity through a content marketing program built across owned, paid, and social channels.

Brand as Publisher

In this presentation, Helen Loh, vice president of content and digital strategy at Charles Schwab, and Tami Dorsey, editorial director of Charles Schwab, shared key learnings on building brand affinity through a content marketing program built across owned, paid, and social channels.

The Content Marketing Imperative: Beyond the Buzz and Into Reality

Robert Rose, chief strategist at the Content Marketing Institute, offered examples of how brands have used content to drive marketing results across search advertising, PR, and B-to-B customer education.

The Content Marketing Imperative: Beyond the Buzz and Into Reality

In this presentation, Robert Rose, chief strategist at the Content Marketing Institute, offered examples of how brands have used content to drive marketing results across search advertising, PR, and B-to-B customer education.

PowerPresentation: 2013 ANA/ Real-Time Marketing Survey

This collection of data charts represents findings from the 2013 ANA Real-Time Marketing Survey. The objective of this survey was to gain critical insights into how marketers define real-time marketing, how they are using real-time marketing, how they measure success, how they structure their organizations for real-time marketing, and what barriers to adoption they have experienced.

Key Findings Report: 2013 ANA Real-Time Marketing Survey

This report covers the key findings from the 2013 ANA Real-Time Marketing Survey. The objective of this survey was to gain critical insights into how marketers define real-time marketing, how they are using real-time marketing, how they measure success, how they structure their organizations for real-time marketing, and what barriers to adoption they have experienced.

The Halossary

Read the definitions of over 100 marketing terms in this helpful glossary from the Halo Group.

Research Report: 2013 ANA Real-Time Marketing Survey

This Research Report includes findings from the 2013 ANA Real-Time Marketing Survey. The objective of this survey was to gain critical insights into how marketers define real-time marketing, how they are using real-time marketing, how they measure success, how they structure their organizations for real-time marketing, and what barriers to adoption they have experienced.

Research Report: 2013 ANA Q4 Member Benchmarking Survey

This report is based on questions posed by ANA members. Topics covered in this survey include: agency compensation (media commission rates), production management (production costs and digital production), marketing financial management and procurement (budgeting and spending), marketing organization (brand management and training), and digital/social/mobile marketing (social media).

5 Tips: How to Manage Virtual Teams

With advancements in technology, responsibilities for marketing to more than one region or country increasing, and companies offering the ability to work virtually from anywhere, the days of an entire marketing team working in the same office are over.

Ditch the Pitch

Marketers are flocking toward creative content in droves, but research has found that fewer than half of companies actually have a strategy in place to guide their efforts.

PowerPresentation: 2013 ANA Q4 Member Benchmarking Survey

This collection of data charts represents findings from the 2013 ANA Q4 Member Benchmarking Survey. These charts are based on questions posed by ANA members. Topics covered in this survey include digital/social/mobile marketing, agency compensation, production management, marketing organization, and marketing financial management and procurement.

Best Practices for Customer Service on Social Media

Ben Blakesley, author of Get Social, provided best practices for having better customer service interactions online.

Best Practices for Customer Service on Social Media

In this presentation, Ben Blakesley, author of Get Social, provided best practices for having better customer service interactions online.

U.S. Marine Corps Launches a Scaled Digital Campaign

Marshall Lauck, chief operating officer at J. Walter Thompson, and Lt. Col. Ralph Hernandez, assistant chief of staff for advertising at the United States Marine Corps, shared how the Marines built a comprehensive framework of training and guidance to ensure a unified brand on social media.

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