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Making Sense of GDPR and Its Implications for US Businesses - MamboMedia.com
Jun 04 2018

Making Sense of GDPR and Its Implications for US Businesses

In recent weeks, you’ve probably received many emails from businesses about their updated privacy policies, or noticed an increase in website pop-ups asking you to give consent to the site’s use of cookies. There’s a reason for that. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the European Union’s new data privacy law, took effect on May 25, 2018. Its goal is to ensure the security and proper handling of personal data collected by businesses and to allow individuals to better control if and how their data is used. While parts of...

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Feb 07 2018

3 Ways Marketing Enables Sales for Success

In 2018, digital marketers will face continued pressure to optimize their efforts online, to generate marketing qualified leads, and to enable sales teams to close those with leads. Marketers are taking more responsibility for the sales funnel and are needing to prove the impact of their work with data. The key to success is a modern digital marketing strategy that is measurable, repeatable, and delivers results.   Luckily, platforms that support data-driven, user-first strategic marketing campaigns are stronger and more integrated than ever. (Read how Hubspot and a modern strategy increased pipeline...

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Sep 30 2014

Facebook’s Latest Algorithm Update – Embracing Real-Time Marketing

Facebook recently announced that they have made changes to their Newsfeed Algorithm—once again! This latest update prioritizes showing users posts that they want to see, when they want to see them. Whether it’s a devastating college football loss or an uplifting news story, Facebook is taking a cue from Twitter by testing a more “real-time” user experience. Facebook’s latest algorithm update presents an opportunity for brands to better interact and engage with consumers on trending topics. The first part of Facebook’s algorithm update prioritizes posts that mention a trending topic. Facebook...

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Aug 22 2014

Translate Your Offline Success to the Online World

“I regularly hear members rave about our services, but engagement in our social communities doesn’t reflect this enthusiasm.”

“We offer online registration for all of our events, but the majority of people still prefer to call or come in to register.”

If you are a brick and mortar business, translating a successful offline experience to the online world can be a challenging task. The key to success lies in understanding the essence of your brand–what your target audience loves about your brand, product or service–and extrapolating that to an online environment.  Uncovering what motivates and delights your customers will help you evolve a digital strategy that will yield results.

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Apr 04 2014

More than Big Data, Listen for Insights

With the rise of digital marketing, so has been the rise of valuable data. There is no shortage of things to measure, and no shortage of tools to implement. We can capture and segment demographics, dissect behaviors such as likes, clicks, and shares. We can find the most relevant keywords and measure the most efficient ways to spend our budgets. We can plan our content and schedule it knowing the statistical best times of day to push it out. But your customers are not demographics or behaviors, they are people. Through...

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Nov 21 2013

Is Your Online Business Protected From California’s “Do-Not-Track” Law?

You may have heard about California’s new “Do-Not-Track” (DNT) law that will go into effect January 01, 2014. Will there be implications for your commercial website, online service or mobile app? Regardless of whether your business or organization operates out of California, it is important to be aware of this new requirement and take action to ensure your business is protected. The DNT disclosure law is an amendment to the California Online Privacy Protection Act. The amendment mandates that commercial websites or online services that collect “personally identifiable information” (PII) must...

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Oct 31 2013

Millennials: Why Your Business Etiquette Matters More Than Ever

In a two-part series Julie Ma, Digital Marketing Manager at Mambo, will be exploring the topic of business communications for the millennial generation (also known as Generation Y with birth dates from the early 1980s to the early 2000s). She’ll be sharing the latest trends and offer tips for how Millennials can better communicate with their employers (after all…she is one herself!) and how employers can maximize their communication and potential to benefit the overall success of their companies.  Quick facts: 88% of Millennials are optimistic about finding a job Just 6 in...

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May 09 2013

Three Things I Learned at the Innotech eMarketing Summit: Next Gen Social

As part of the Mambo team, I had the opportunity to attend last week’s eMarketing Summit and the luncheon keynote panel, “Think Tank: Next Gen Social.”  The panel was eloquently hosted by our very own Siouxsie Jennett and featured distinguished guests: Katja Asaro of Henry V Events, Jennifer Davis of Planar Systems, and Frank Mungeam of KGW.  Over the course of the hour, we heard lively discussion from the panelists about how social media is changing the way their businesses work.  Check out Frank’s Storify recap of the #emsvw social feed as well. Three...

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Jul 20 2012

Social Business as a Growth Strategy

It’s now common knowledge that to survive in business today means being social. A lot of the buzz on this topic feels like an urgent imperative for brand decision-makers (like it or not) when really, socializing business should be embraced as an exciting and viable strategy not just to survive, but to lean up for growth out of this economy. Start with a fresh perspective to bring agility and authenticity to your business goals, which means starting at the top. Social business is not a passive change. Executive sponsorship with a...

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Jul 09 2012

Step One: Strategic Goals Alignment

The first step in beginning any marketing program at Mambo is our Strategic Goals Alignment exercise.  We do this as a kickoff exercise with our clients so that we can ensure we capture the top-down executive strategy and bake that in to any digital and social strategy we then develop.  An additional benefit of initially aligning strategic goals with leadership and your team is to make sure you're all on the same page from the start.  This simple but crucial step has become a cornerstone of our success with clients...

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