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Re: Winning Tactics for Marketing in the Micro-Moment
Posted by: Pam Baker 2018-01-10 17:39:58
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Google believes that all the important consumer buying decisions happen in a brief flash of time. Understanding and responding to customer needs in those all-important, tiny moments is key to successful marketing, the company says. Specifically, they are the exact moments when people turn to a device because they want one or more of four things: to know, do, go or buy. Google has built a new marketing model around "micro-moments." Many other companies are following suit. "You have to make that conversion happen right on the spot once customers have looked at your website or mobile app," said Bret Bonnet, president of Quality Logo Products.


Re: Winning Tactics for Marketing in the Micro-Moment
Posted by: fadiyah 2018-01-26 06:04:42 In reply to: Pam Baker
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