DIGITAL STRATEGY: Cutting through the hype

May 2011
Lawyer (Online Edition);5/26/2011, p45
Trade Publication
The article presents information on the techniques and technologies of the digital marketing in accordance to the view from media age experts. It mentions the use of social media in accordance to the increase in mobile phone for accessing social media, and highlights the consideration of mobile advertising search and the techniques through the mobile sms.


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