Trellist® Insights

    • Social Media
    • Digital
    • Branding + Marketing

    10 Ways Social Listening Can Help Your Business

    05.13.2015 by 
    Neil Dougherty
    Looking for a competitive edge or ways to improve your customer service? You might be surprised to learn what social listening can do for your business.
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    • Branding + Marketing
    • Campaign Strategy
    • Branding

    Corporate Storytelling: Coming to Your Emotional Rescue [As seen on Content Marketing Insider]

    04.10.2015 by 
    John Miller
    Too often, marketing departments put their noses down into spreadsheets, and lose the emotional aspect of what they're trying to do. And that is automatically limiting; because emotion, not numbers, is the gasoline that fuels marketing awesomeness.
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    • Digital
    • Branding + Marketing

    46 Million Reasons to Pay Attention to Omnichannel

    04.07.2015 by 
    David Michaluk
    Sprinklr – the world’s most complete enterprise social technology – just announced a whopping $46 million in new funding. We're sharing this significant news because it corroborates the increasingly important role of omnichannel as an integrated marketing and technology strategy.
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    • Digital

    Can HALO and Master Chief save Microsoft and Internet Explorer?

    03.24.2015 by 
    David Michaluk
    Microsoft has killed off Internet Explorer. Where will they turn for branding their new browser? Here's our predictions.
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    • Enterprise Technology
    • Application Development
    • Mobile
    • Digital

    6 Considerations Before You Build A Mobile App

    03.20.2015 by 
    Primus Poppiti
    If your organization is forward-thinking, it’s very likely considering deploying a mobile app to better reach customers. However, it’s important to stop for a moment and think strategically.
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