Tenacity5 Media released a new eBook this morning, Visual Media: The New Content Marketing Landscape.

2014 is the year of separation. Clients will start qualifying vendors by their ability to deliver a mobile experience. In the post social media revolution era, talking responsiveness is cheap. Sites speak louder.

Everyone wants to know the most important trends of the new year for their marketing program. After reading thousands of posts and reports and sifting through corresponding data about marketing, these are my five bold predictions for 2014.

One of the things I appreciate about working with my client Vocus is their willingness to try different things. In discussions this past January, we saw a core weakness in the online marketing conversation stories and discussions on industry pain points. Specifically, there was a lack of data. While online marketing conversations may revolve around Vine or Facebook adding hashtags [...]

Perhaps the most noteworthy change in digital media in the recent past is the rise of visual media. From photos and now increasingly videos, we’ve seen Instagram and Pinterest become two of the top social networks, both ranked in the top 50 U.S. web sites overall by Comscore. And to boot, Facebook and Google+ have reacted making visual media core […]

Can you name this song…? vine.co/v/bJjdTLBnwx1 — Paul McCartney (@PaulMcCartney) January 29, 2013 There’s much ado about Vine these days. In addition to the usual porn issues, most of the controversy surrounds the video network’s six second format. Like it or not, the six second format is ideal for bandwidth constrained 4G powered devices. Marketers are already experimenting with the […]