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Braving digital transformation

Man looking out at mountains from on top of a rock formation.

Businesses around the world are facing digital disruption on an unprecedented scale and pace.

Learn how you can take advantage of these vast changes in new consumer interactions and technological advancements to build a more personalized and profitable engagement with customers.

Download the entire eBook or listen to our Braving Digital Transformation audio book on the go.

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Today’s consumers are increasingly inclined to move nimbly across digital platforms and between online experiences.

— from the “Braving Digital Transformation: the modern marketing multi-tool” e-book

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Staying Relevant

Bing partners and top agencies share how you can stay relevant while tech is rapidly changing consumer behavior.

Role of Data

Your customers are always changing. Learn how you can get ahead of the curve and adapt to new behaviors and preferences faster than ever.

Hiring Talent

Top agencies and Bing partners share their tips for building diverse and inclusive teams.

Customers in context

Find out why intent is your new marketing advantage.

Preparing for the future of search

Industry leaders predict how search will engage with customers in the future.

Digital assistants redefine digital marketing

Your customers are looking for you through their digital assistant.

Braving Digital Transformation – an eBook Guide

  March 23, 2017

Technology has forever changed the way we behave as consumers. Smart technology and apps, for example, have disrupted the way we shop, plan vacations, and even pay bills.

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Here Are the New 4Ps of Modern Marketing

  March 6, 2017

Remember the 4 Ps from your intro to marketing class? Price, product, promotion and place have been used over the past century by marketers as an organizing framework for the core elements of marketing.

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The desktop’s death has been greatly exaggerated

  February 1, 2017

Mobile usage is certainly growing, but does that mean that desktop is done?

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