As the holiday season ramps up and the year comes to a close, the Internet becomes inundated with top 10 lists. Top 10 albums, top 10 books, top 10 movies, top 10 cat memes, top 10 year end lists. Lonelybrand will not be left out. Here are the top 10 most popular articles published on Lonelybrand in 2014.
10 Most Popular Lonelybrand Articles of the Year
Boomerang for Gmail Gives You the Freedom to Schedule Emails
Boomerang is a service that lets you turn your Gmail account into the perfect service for your email marketing campaigns.
3 Companies Who Are Doing Integrated Marketing Right
Integrated marketing is a hot buzzword. Which companies are doing integrated marketing right?
Tinder Advertising: Is Your Brand a Match?
When considering which social networks to invest your time and treasure in, would you consider… Tinder? Learn why Tinder may be the right social network for some brands.
Facebook’s Newsfeed Enters a New Dimension
Facebook’s newsfeed went through a lot of changes in 2014. In this article, we examine one of the more drastic changes that occurred this year.
Marketing to Educators on Pinterest
If you’re a brand that sells to educators, you may be overlooking one of the best social networks for reaching teachers: Pinterest.
View From the Bridge: How Former Star Trek Cast Members Dominate Social
Learn how former crew-members of the USS Enterprise have come to dominate social media, and what lessons brands can take from their success.
3 B2B Companies Using Instagram Effectively
If you’re a B2B brand, you shouldn’t ignore Instagram. We take a look at B2B brands using the photo sharing service successfully.
Men, Women, and Filters: Instagram’s Gender Breakdown
And speaking of Instagram, we examine Instagram’s gender breakdown.
Lays’ Do Us A Flavor Campaign is Out of Control and It’s Awesome
There were a lot of great digital ad campaigns. Lay’s reprise of their “Do Us a Flavor” campaign was one of the biggest, most successful campaigns of the year.
Gatorade and DC Entertainment Team Up To Make You a Superhero
Interactive comment has become a huge trend in marketing. Gatorade and DC jumped into the interactive fray with a campaign that allowed users to make their own superheroes.