Battle of the Marketing Clouds: IBM, Adobe, Oracle, Salesforce @andrewjns buff.ly/Qagxkf
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Millennial-hunting marketers are back @ Coachella & all the summer fests. 5 trends to watch: bit.ly/1jKVyP8
The mobile challenges on the minds of execs at brands like Campbell's, Zappos and Citibank. trib.al/5fxK89i
New Twitter profiles are coming soon. about.twitter.com/products/new-p… via @twitter
CMOs from E-Trade, Nationwide and Chobani talk how to deal with agencies and data bit.ly/1gvx9N3
#tbt to our 2013 Newfront, featuring Tumblr founder & CEO David Karp (#newfronts are coming: May 1, 2014) instagram.com/p/m5nXkTRoaa/
WATCH: @katiecouric interviews Aereo CEO about its upcoming Supreme Court case yhoo.it/QryMl9
Twitter's new product chief has tweeted only three times. http://on.wsj.com/1iV7jR3 pic.twitter.com/ElpER0ZVAh
In the golden days of tech Dogfooding was not only a requirement, it was a testament to the culture of an organization. Today Twitter announced that they hired a new Head of Consumer Product, Daniel Graf who most recently led Google Maps mobile expansion. The Wall Street Journal was quick to point out that the Twitter account @DanielGraf has only tweeted three times. Cue the outrage or shrug it off as the product of competitive avoidance?
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