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5 Must-Have Elements of an Awesome Mobile Marketing Call to Action
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Like any marketing campaign, a mobile marketing campaign can be well thought out, meticulously planned and perfectly functional... but still produce limited user engagement. Why? A subpar call to action. A call to action is the sole bridge between consumers and content; therefore, it is a key component of your campaign — and the campaign's return on investment. More

60+ Hot Events in Social Media, Startups and Business
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From digital advertising conferences to programming hackathons and everything in between, you'll definitely find a swanky locale to suit your professional and personal interests from the selection of more than 60 events on Mashable's new events board. Whether you're an event organizer or an event-goer, our events board is an essential resource for helping you build relationships, engage face to face and learn about new trends in the business. More

5 Flash Mob Rules
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Flash mobs are a growing phenomenon that reflect the limitless power of social networking. While they began with like-minded people suddenly assembling to perform unusual acts such as dances, the concept has been adapted for cycling events, U2 concerts, political protests and even promotional models such as the Groupon deal of the day. Flash mobs know how to go viral — here's how you can use flash-mob techniques to leverage social media for your meetings. More

Very 'Manteresting': Get Ready to market via Man-Boards
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It is no secret that Pinterest is quickly becoming one of the most popular social networking sites, and many have taken notice that most of these users are women. In fact, according to Techcrunch 97 percent of Pinterest's Facebook fans are women, and The Huffington Post reports that women drive 85 percent of the traffic to the site. It was only a matter of time before someone — in this case three different someones — caught onto the potential goldmine of creating a Pinterest-like place for men. Enter Gentlemint, MANteresting and Dartitup. More

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