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a personal flow of consciousness - by - Matteo Brunati

Il traffico organico di Facebook in crollo, le no-profit, il ROI ed il Marketing 3.0

  • La vera sfida per le “Agenzie Social” e per i Brand (e pare anche per le NGO) diventa quindi essere quella già ribattezzata del “Marketing 3.0“: non già disseminare messaggi al più vasto target possibile (1.0), non più customizzare i messaggi inviati (2.0), ma offrire i giusti messaggi emozionali e di interesse al target giusto, che conosco alla perfezione e con cui so relazionarmi (3.0).
  • E pare che Koltler ci abbia preso un’altra volta. O, per lo meno, sino alla prossima rivoluzione digitale.
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