Evans on Marketing: Our Most Popular Posts of 2013

Thanks so much for stopping by this blog. We hope you have enjoyed it — and learned a thing or two 🙂 As our year-end recap, here the top ten most popular posts at Evans on Marketing for 2013. Take another (or a first) look. They are listed in order of the number of views. […]

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HubSpot’s Choices for Best Holiday Marketing Campaigns

The holiday shopping season is a time for a lot of advertising and other promotional campaigns, some of which is quite creative. As Matthew Bushery writes for HubSpot: “The end of the year typically entails some last-minute Christmas shopping, finalizing plans to see family and friends, and — if you’re marketers like us — prepping […]

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Women in Entertainment: The Power 100

Every year, the Hollywood Reporter publishes an issue that features the leading women in the entertainment industry. Click the image to see the latest listing.    

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Big Data Mean Big Insights — and Big $

More and more companies have been using “big data” to gain further insights into their marketing activities. As Graham Stewart puts it: “Successful marketers have figured out how to use data to squeeze billions more from marketing and help their companies grow.” Take a look at this infographic.   by grantstewart.  Visually. Post suggested by […]

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Reducing Your Stress

At this time of the year, many people feel stressed about holiday shopping, end-of-year “must do” activities, work responsibilities, final exams and term papers, and other factors. So, what can we do to reduce our stress levels? According to Bite Size Wellness: “Sights: Being a visual person, visual-based activities tend to be soothing and uplifting […]

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Who’s YOUR Hero?

With yesterday’s passing of Nelson Mandela, it is a good time to read the article “Why We All Need Heroes” by Hitendra Wadhwa: “Steve Jobs, Mahatma Gandhi, Susan B. Anthony, or Nelson Mandela. Pick one, or another great leader from history. It’ll give you the courage to dream big — unabashedly– despite the odds.” Steve […]

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