Tim Storer, CEO of Distribion, discusses the challenges of local marketing in an interview with LIMRA MarketFacts Quarterly.
We are pleased to announce that throughout the month of March we will be discussing life as a Mobile Marketer – from trusting airport WIFI to the top apps that your customers are already using. Be on the lookout for the Mobile Marketer Series and stop by our booth at the show – we look forward to meeting you.
In a couple of weeks, we will be joining a number of distinguished companies at the LIMRA Social Media Conference (August 20-22, 2014) to discuss the state of social media in the Finance Industry. Social media marketing is not…
One of the themes at this year’s Life Insurance Conference is product innovation and differentiation in a low interest rate environment. In any industry, there’s a need to innovate and differentiate. Brands that fail to do this risk a loss of relevance in the marketplace; more importantly, they risk negative consequences on the income statement. With life insurance, product offerings tend to be moderately complex. It’s not a product category like racquetballs or chicken wings. However, the relative complexity of the category allows for life insurance brands to create and market products that can broaden the marketplace and establish points Read More
Tim Storer, President & CEO of Distribion, a leading provider of multi-channel distributed marketing software solutions, recently provided his thoughts as to why marketers now consider implementing a distributed marketing platform a critical strategic initiative: Related Articles: The Rise of Distributed Marketing Infographic Distributed Marketing Platforms a Competitive Advantage According to Gleanster Research Distributed Marketing Platform: Organizations now at a huge disadvantage without one Distributed Marketing Management: A Big Focus Among Top Performers Transcript: [Tim Storer] I feel that the topic of Distributed Marketing is increasing in popularity mainly because all organizations today have a huge content distribution problem. With Read More
Distribion, Inc. Unveils New Social Media Marketing Automation Bundle During the LIMRA 2012 Social Media Conference
This week in Boston, MA, LIMRA held its Social Media Conference where members from Distribion, Inc. presented their never before seen Social Media Marketing Automation Bundle. During the meeting, they also showcased their proprietary Quick Start Program. Distribion is a strategic partner to the LIMRA organization offering large enterprises under the insurance and financial services umbrella a new way to reach customers through their distributed marketing automation platform—a software that allows corporate marketers and local sales the ability to access branded, compliant-controlled sales collateral, and then leverage and distribute campaigns over multiple channels at once, such as email, direct mail, Read More
Here’s this week’s round-up of “must read” news stories for marketers. What makes these stories stand out? They offer key information or lessons that multi-channel distributed marketing organizations should take to heart. Facebook Launches SMS Service — This week, Facebook launched Facebook Messenger, a free app that lets users access Facebook messages from their phone without installing Facebook Mobile. It’s the first time Facebook has unbundled one service from the rest of its services, and the media reaction has been mixed at best. Some love it, because it simplifies the process of checking for messages without waiting while your friends photos attempt to load Read More
On Wednesday, the editor of this blog (Deb McAlister-Holland), will be moderating a webcast that features Christie Campbell of Socialware, and Steve Selby of LIMRA. It’s the second in a series of monthly webinars sponsored by the three organizations. Details and registration information is available here. Anyone who’s studied journalism or business is likely to look at the headline of this blog post and say, “Look! The 5W’s are out of order.” Except that they’re not. The traditional order (who, what, where, when, why) that helps journalists, writers, copyeditors and marketers plan and tell a compelling story don’t happen in Read More