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Hugh MacLeod - digital disrupter This article is sponsored by:

I first met Hugh MacLeod sometime in 2005. At the time, he was one of an emerging crowd of blogerati rock stars that congregated around events like LeWeb, a cauldron of often edgy but always energizing ideas about the evolution of the social web. MacLeod's schtick was about creating cartoons on business cards.

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Where next for digital marketing? This article is sponsored by:

Imagine a day when the standalone digital agencies of today are a thing of the past and everyone in the next generation of marketing is a digital native. That day isn't that far off according to European marketing high-fliers.

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Pandora chases the digital Mad Men This article is sponsored by:

Not content with shaking up the music industry, Pandora is now in the digital marketing game with an e-Business advertising technology platform of its very own. But does an internet radio firm have the right digital credentials?

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Email - the stepchild digital forgot This article is sponsored by:

Even the Facebook generation reads email, yet you'll be hard-pressed to hear it discussed at marketing technology events. The industry seems almost embarrassed to mention email - perhaps it's because the technology to integrate email with mobile and social is lagging behind what enterprises need.

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Enterprise content marketing fails This article is sponsored by:

When marketing departments tried out the “content marketing” phrase on me a year ago, I was briefly encouraged. I assumed companies would now step back from polluting the tweetstream with compulsive retweets and hashtag pimping in favor of original content. It didn't happen. There has to be a better way.

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Will Yahoo come Tumblr-ing down? This article is sponsored by:

Silicon Valley's worst kept secret ever will be confirmed later today when Yahoo announces a buyout of Tumblr. But is this just a PR gesture towards the achingly cool or a thought-through business play by Marissa Mayer?

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CRM Idol year three is here This article is sponsored by:

CRM Idol is the must do competition for those start up and small companies in the CRM and social CRM spaces. Past winners and competitors have gone on to great things. This year, diginomica is providing a couple of prizes as a way of giving back. Come join the fun.

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