Newest Digital Marketer Blog Post Relates Oscars to Real Time Marketing

Austin, TX (PRWEB) February 27, 2013

The most recent blog post from Digital Marketer has been published, with insight on the value of real time marketing from contributor Rebecca McClay. The article takes a look at the impact that quick and relevant content has on effectiveness, especially when something as big as the Academy Awards is grabbing everyones attention.

Real-time marketing, a form of market research inbound marketing, is a strategy in which marketing decisions are made in fast response to whats happening in the world, McClay wrote in the post. When marketers develop effective real-time marketing efforts their brands, their content has a significantly higher likelihood of being shared.

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