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B&G - Glossario di Comunicazione Glossario > Comunicazione e Marketing Cercare per conoscere. Conoscere per comprendere. Comprendere per comunicare Selezionate la lettera desiderata dall'elenco sottostante per accedere alla pagina corrispondente del glossario: Definizioni relative alla lettera: A La pubblicità tradizionale rivolta ai media: campagna stampa, spot TV, radio comunicato, affissione… Tutto quello che non rientra nell'ABOVE, viene definito below the line. ^ Torna all'inizio ^ Figura professionale che, all'interno dell'agenzia, cura il rapporto con il cliente. Figura avente funzione di intermediazione tra il Cliente e l'Agenzia di pubblicità. Termine derivato dall'unione delle due parole inglesi "advertising" e "game", si riferisce ad un gioco associato alla pubblicità o, meglio ancora, di pubblicità associata ai giochi. Nella lingua inglese indica la pubblicità. Mezzo pubblicitario basato sull'esposizione di manifesti di varie dimensioni in luogo pubblico. Società che rileva i dati di ascolto televisivo.

Pam Perry PR Coach, Ministry Marketing Solutions, Online Virtual Book Publicity Specialist, Christian Books 10 questions pour élaborer son plan de communication marketing 10 questions pour élaborer son plan de communication marketing 4ème variable du sacro-saint « marketing mix », la communication marketing a toujours été une nécessité pour les entreprises. C’est elle qui permet à « l’offre » de rencontrer « la demande ». La communication marketing, c’est communiquer:le bon messageà la bonne personneau bon momentau bon endroitsur le bon support Or, tous les entrepreneurs ne naissent pas tous publicitaires de génie. 1 – Dans quel contexte externe & interne dois-je communiquer? Comme toute chose dans le marketing, le travail commence avec une solide analyse SWOT. 2 – Quels objectifs je poursuis: me faire connaître, me faire aimer, faire agir? La communication ne fait pas « vendre » en soi. La notoriété – se faire connaitreL’image – se faire aimerLes comportements – faire agir Déterminez précisément votre objectif SMART, et sachez clairement identifier quelle catégorie d’objectif vous souhaitez atteindre. 3 – A qui dois-je m’adresser? L’ère de l’information.

Web Strategy by Jeremiah Owyang | Social Media, Web Marketing By Jeremiah Owyang, from Silicon Valley In many respects, Silicon Valley sits atop the world. Its growth and influence has made it the globe’s top location for innovation, STEM jobs, IT patents, venture capital funding, and Internet and software growth, and Unicorn startups galore. And yet there’s also been a shift in the Valley’s culture. One could argue that there’s an emergence of signs that strikingly resemble Detroit in the glory days of the age of transportation. In Detroit’s case, where I visited earlier this week, the Motor City reveled in its dominance in the 1950s, but growing social unrest soon culminated in a massive riot in the late 1960s. Here are four threats, aside from natural disaster, or whole scale physical attack for Silicon Valley today, along with a futuristic probing of their possible conclusions in the coming decades: Threat Two: Lack of Economic Diversity Means FragilityOne industry in a single city is a risk.

La règle des 3 I sur les réseaux sociaux Avant tout usage des réseaux, des publications sur internet, 3 questions clés doivent nous permettre de déterminer si je communique efficacement sur le web. Dans cet article, nous aborderons les 3 questions. Dans toute pédagogie relative à l’usage des nouveaux outils numériques, elles sont les repères essentiels à une bonne prise en main de l’usage du web. L’impossible communication virtuelle Sur internet, tout est permis. L’ecueil des réseaux sociaux et de la pratique d’Internet, est de penser qu’on est seul. Ou que ceux qui me liront me comprendront. La raison en est simple : l’usage du web est autocentré sur moi-même. La communication avec les autres se réduit sur le locuteur, l’internaute. Sans présence physique du destinataire de mon interlocuteur. Il n’est donc pas possible de nuancer mon propos, en fonction de la réaction de l’autre, qui pourrait en sourcillant, m’interrompre m’indiquer qu’il n’a pas compris. La raison est seule vertueuse. La règle des 3 I : Identité ? En savoir plus ?

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofit Organizations Can Use Social Media to Power Social Networks for Change Soren Gordhamer,Wisdom 2.0 Summit Organizer I am filled with gratitude to Soren Gordhamer for his vision of bringing together an amazing group of people who work in the area of mindfulness and technology for Wisdom 2.0, a three-day event aimed at addressing an compelling issue: "The question for most of us is not if we will use the technologies of our age, from cell phones to social media, the question is how can we do so with mindfulness, meaning, and wisdom?" Soren is the author of the book, "Wisdom 2.0" and writes about mindfulness and technology use for Huffington Post and on Mashable. If you want to explore the intersection of technology use and mindfulness, follow Soren's work. Technology stress and information overload have been around for decades. The new framing for this familiar issue is one of balance. Here's my notes (and live tweets): Managing the Stream: Living Consciously and Effectively in a Connected World Don't React All Day To Email Take Care of Yourself First Playfulness

Social Media Tools List: +100 Social Media Tools By Erik Qualman | May 22, 2012 Tired of social media experts answering Hootsuite and Radian6 when asked about social media tools? Well dailytekk.com does an incredible job of keeping a social media tools list. So we’ve taken their incredible list and have mashed it with a few favorites of our own. Percolate – Turns brands into curators. Shoutlet - Enterprise social marketing platform.Awareness, Inc. - Publish, manage, measure, engage. Radian6 - Social media monitoring and engagement, social CRM.Sprout Social - Social media management, Twitter tools, social CRM.Spredfast - Social CRM and enterprise marketing.Nimble - Social CRM simplified. HootSuite - Dashboard for Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn. Klout - Measures social media influence. Keep an eye out for IBM’s Smarter Commerce team, they are doing some incredible things.

Detroit Social Media Marketing Services | Social Media PR Solutions Social Media Tools 101 (From Blogs to Wikis) There are a wide range of social media tools businesses can use to get more interactive — to communicate and exchange information with customers. Businesses are increasingly using these tools because they offer more cost-effective ways to achieve their goals. In this article, we present links to basic information explaining these tools. Blogs 101 Simple Definition A blog is a website where entries or posts are listed in chronological order. Learn the Basics For a further basic understanding of blogs, here are some resources: Read these articles: Wikipedia’s entry on Blogs About.com ‘s article “ Anatomy of a Blog “ About.com ‘s article: “ Frequently Asked Questions About Blogs “ Technorati’s article “ Blogging Basics “ Find and explore some blogs with these Directories and Blog Search Tools: Technorati’s Blog Directory Google’s Blog Search Blogpulse Blogarama Visit some of these Blogging platforms for creating blogs: Blogger.com WordPress.com Typepad.com Microblogging 101 Simple Definition Twitter Tumblr

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Cross-posting tools: Be efficient — but be smart Tweet 15 apps, plug-ins & dashboards to increase your social media productivity By Kim Bale Socialbrite staff Managing social media accounts can be a full-time job, especially with an extensive Web presence spanning sites from Twitter and Facebook to WordPress and YouTube. It’s important to remember that these tools can also set you back if used incorrectly. Whether you want to link a few of your accounts to ensure constant and consistent updates or pick and choose which individual update to let fly, there is probably an app, tool or plug-in to aid you. Post to multiple sites with plug-ins & apps Several plug-ins and applications make it easy to cross-post from one website to another in an instant. 1Wordbooker is a WordPress plug-in that will automatically send your blog posts to your Facebook Wall or fan Page. 2Twitter for WordPress publishes your tweets in a sidebar widget of your WordPress blog. Social media dashboards & tools to cross-post Posterous: Blog posts & updates via email

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