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9 digital trends to watch in 2010

By Nuri Djavit
9 digital trends to watch in 2010 In 2009, digital experienced some major changes -- the rise of Twitter, the fall of the economy, shifting budgets, an explosion of new technologies. And 2010 is shaping up to be just as dynamic. But what changes and trends are poised to really take the marketing world by storm? Here are just a few predictions of what's likely to come. 1. Facebook replaces personal email
Question: Google has it; Hoover has it (in the U.K. anyway); TiVo had it, lost it, and has somewhat got it back. Xerox had it, but nobody really cares anymore. So what is it? Stay informed! Want more insights from agency leaders on how your industry is changing? Attend the iMedia Agency Summit. Dec. 6-9. Learn more about the iMedia Agency Summit. It's when a brand name becomes the verb associated with its use. So rather than searching for something online, you Google it. Or you TiVo, rather than digitally recording a television show. Arguably, an even more p…

9 digital trends to watch in 2010

By Nuri Djavit
9 digital trends to watch in 2010 In 2009, digital experienced some major changes -- the rise of Twitter, the fall of the economy, shifting budgets, an explosion of new technologies. And 2010 is shaping up to be just as dynamic. But what changes and trends are poised to really take the marketing world by storm? Here are just a few predictions of what's likely to come. 1. Facebook replaces personal email
Question: Google has it; Hoover has it (in the U.K. anyway); TiVo had it, lost it, and has somewhat got it back. Xerox had it, but nobody really cares anymore. So what is it? Stay informed! Want more insights from agency leaders on how your industry is changing? Attend the iMedia Agency Summit. Dec. 6-9. Learn more about the iMedia Agency Summit. It's when a brand name becomes the verb associated with its use. So rather than searching for something online, you Google it. Or you TiVo, rather than digitally recording a television show. Arguably, an even more p…