Ethical behavior in social-media marketing is rooted in exactly the same practices as any ethical behavior in life. Ethical people tell the truth. Ethical people make good on their promises. Ethical people don’t seek to deceive. Ethical people value their reputations above all else.
According to a recent report from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and Amazon, technology is playing an increasing role in economic growth. The report found rural small businesses in Nevada could increase sales enough to add more than 9,800 jobs to the state over the next three years if they utilize more digital tools.
We’ve all heard the phrase “You are what you eat” — suggesting our bodies somehow physically manifest as reflections of our diet. Healthy people, the thinking goes, consume healthy things. Well I’m here to suggest a corollary to that argument. You are what you “digitally” eat. Gross? Not so much — let me explain.
As the digital marketing industry evolves, so must you. Our rallying cry at Noble Studios is “Let’s be better every day!” so our team has spent a substantial amount of time researching digital marketing trends for 2019 to make sure our clients remain at the forefront.
Henry Merschel has been elected vice president of public relations for NCET. Matt Brown, Jock Ochiltree and Erich Schmitt have been re-elected to the NCET board of directors.
As the digital marketing industry evolves, the approach you take to reach your audience needs to keep up the pace. Our rallying cry at Noble Studios is “Let’s Be Better Every Day!”, so our team spends substantial time researching what’s next in digital marketing to make sure our clients are at the forefront when it comes to digital strategies. And we can tell you, 2019 is going to be full of innovation. These five tips will help put you ahead of the curve.
We have all heard of bitcoin, because bitcoin is sexy. The blockchain technology behind bitcoin, however, has the potential to streamline and automate hundreds of unsexy processes we use every day. Blockchain is not about money, even though this is the technology underlying cryptocurrencies, and it is not fundamentally about replacing governments with private, decentralized systems. It’s about trust.