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When Natalie Eisenberg took the helm at Click Rain, a digital marketing company frequently recognized for its company culture, she saw a great company with even greater potential. One year later, the CEO shares the shifts that have been made and what’s coming next.
If you’re a fan ordering pizza for the big game, you’ll love the new Pizza Ranch app. If you’re a business leader, you’d love the improved conversion rate it brought them.
He’s helped lead social media at REI and Microsoft — and is bringing his insight to Sioux Falls soon at the annual Trendigital Summit.
Remember 2011? Those were simpler times for digital marketing. But 2019 is bringing some valuable opportunities as marketing technology evolves — if you know how to harness them.
How would you like to give a portion of your company’s profits away to a charity of your choice? Click Rain employees get that chance every year — along with daily reminders of the caring culture their business promotes.
“I think eventually we’ll see a lot of businesses starting their own drone departments.” While that might be the future, plenty of businesses are finding ways in the present to take advantage of drone technology. Here’s a look.
“Without companies like Click Rain, we would fail to exist.” Wonder why this hotel executive believes that? Nearly half of smartphone owners are comfortable researching, booking and planning their entire trip from their mobile device. Here’s how his company responded.
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