Display Advertising on the Decline? Well, yes and no.

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While it’s true that banner ads from the 90s probably wouldn’t be all that effective if they ran today, it doesn’t mean that display advertising isn’t still incredibly effective.

Does subtlety work in LinkedIn marketing?

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Want to be successful at LinkedIn marketing? Either have a lot of money or be really creative.

Trending from G/L: Does Lily make high tech camera technology accessible?

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We asked our team what would be the first thing they would do with awesome camera technology like Lily.

Trending from G/L: Free Lynda education in St. Louis

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The St. Louis County Library recently announced that cardholders would have access to Lynda, an online education resource for business and creative skills as well as software.

7 Examples of Horrible Marketing Advice

Luke Smith
There's some horrible marketing advice out there. We're here to debunk some of those myths.

Trending Now from G/L: Jet.com wants to change the online retailers landscape

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Jet.com is kind of like an online version of Costco without having to buy everything in bulk.

Trending from G/L: What Makes Mobile Marketing Matter?

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Perhaps this study will spawn a new wave of mobile marketing, ultimately ditching ad norms and turning to riffs on absurdity and unpredictability.

Higher Education: Is Free Coursework Charity or Promotion?

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The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign will offer a seemingly revolutionary MBA program they call the iMBA. But is there a catch?

2015 Internet Trends Report – What Stands Out

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Every year, Mary Meeker from KPCB, a top Silicon Valley firm, releases a digital report, which offers a comprehensive look at how the web is changing and evolving.

Climbing the Mountain of Interactive Infographics

Tim Leon
I’m a Mount Everest Freak! I’ve read all the survivor books including Into Thin Air and Left for Dead. While my chances of getting to Everest anytime soon are slim (like a snowball’s chance in hell…pardon the pun), I came across one of the most engaging infographics I have ever encountered, called Scaling Everest. It’s an interactive infographic published online by the Washington Post that takes you on a virtual climb up to the peak of Everest - all from a simple click or swipe of your mouse.