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MediaBUZZ Pte Ltd is an independent online publisher in the Asia Pacific region, focusing on the business of digital media and marketing, since early 2004.

Asian e-Marketing is a true pioneer in Asia Pacific’s digital marketing scene, empowering e-marketers in the vibrant and fast-paced electronic marketing environment. Key sections include e-marketing tips, best practices and trends/statistics, legislation affecting e-marketing, training the spotlight on companies and their e-marketing campaigns and e-marketing leadership profiles.

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Instagram attracts companies due to its avid users

Instagram attracts companies due to its avid users

According to the second annual Intelligence Report Social Platforms of L2, a social media shakeout is looming as clear winners and losers begin to emerge. L2’s research reveals furthers that as the cost of social increases and budgets remain constrained, this is unsustainable and brands will be forced to pick their partners.


Emarsys brings intelligent automation to Facebook Ads

Social Ads, an innovative new product from Emarsys, enables brands to target customers via highly personalized social media advertisements on Facebook, giving them another channel to engage, convert and retain customers. The global provider of cloud-based marketing technology recently developed a number of solutions that support eCommerce, addressing several important challenges faced by companies...


New research reveals how marketers need to fine-tune their content strategies to effectively engage today’s customer audiences

New content marketing research by the Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) Council reveals insight-hungry business buyers are increasingly reliant on trusted third-party information to make more educated decisions. The study also found that buyers tend to be clustered in distinctly different content sharing circles based on how the purchasing process is being driven, as well as their levels of collaborat...