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If digital media strategy buzz words leave you baffled, you may need one of these

Share Tweet +1 ShareThis post is by Darren Woolley, Founder of TrinityP3. With his background as analytical scientist and creative problem solver, Darren brings unique insights and learnings to the marketing process. He is considered a global thought leader on agency remuneration, search … Continue reading

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Why the right digital agency is essential (and urgent)

Share Tweet +1 ShareThis is a guest post by Stephan Argent – a member of the Marketing FIRST Forum, the global consulting collective co-founded by TrinityP3 I read two completely unconnected articles yesterday that inadvertently proved each other right in theory and in practice, around … Continue reading

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Why your agency may not be your best solution for your digital strategy alignment

Share Tweet +1 ShareHow did you select your digital agency? Did you need a Facebook page or a microsite or perhaps some banners ads and the creative agency said they can do that so it was easier to just get … Continue reading

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The day the media died?

Share Tweet +1 ShareOkay, clearly I have been spending too much time on YouTube. The truth is that our Senior Digital Consultant, Russell Easther sent these too me and while at over 9 minutes this video on YouTube is quite … Continue reading

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