Mobile vs. Social – Round 1: Ding! Ding! Ding!


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This year is off to a roaring start for digital marketing. Corporations and small businesses alike are investing heavily into digital marketing and we’d like to pose a debate question…

Where are you spending your digital dollars? Mobile or Social?

In the blue corner we have Mobile! This includes mobile app development, responsive web design, push notifications, and mobile targeted paid advertising. We’ve seen why your business should go mobile recently with mobile devices overtaking PCs. Is this where you’re spending your marketing dollars?

In the red corner we have Social! This includes posting and resource investment in your favorite networks including: Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Flipora, etc. This also includes your social paid advertising and any other tools you’re using for listening and scheduling. Are you driving revenue for your business by generating social conversations?

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Cody Ward
Cody Ward is a marketing leader, consultant, entrepreneur, blogger, and social media enthusiast living in the greater Chicago area. He has worked to help Fortune 500 companies and small businesses alike fit together the right pieces of their B2B or B2C marketing puzzle. By combining technical solutions with modern marketing strategy, Cody has developed a track record for executing digital marketing campaigns that deliver strong ROI results.


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