1) Malignant complexity
2) Re-aggregation of audience
3) The cost of security
4) The death of “last touch” attribution and implications for search and offline marketing
5) Dis-intermediation of manufacturing (the biggest impact on marketing since the Internet?)
6) Atomization of content
- WhizBangPowWowPrincipal Marketing Strategist, 2007 - present
- Clark University
- University of Connecticut
- Stuyvesant HS
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