WiderFunnel Conversion Optimization Blog9 digital marketing trends to stay on top of in 2017
Posted: 24 Jan 2017 03:51 AM PST Reading Time: 8 minutes
The experts weigh in on this year’s most important trends
It’s January 24, and marketers are striding forward into 2017. This post is a collection of predictions from a few of our favorite digital marketing experts on the trends that you must pay attention to this year.
From copy guru Joanna Wiebe, to Hubspot UX-pert Austin Knight, to Microsoft's PPC pro Purna Virji, this list of trends comes from experts across the entire spectrum of digital marketing.
The trends range from slightly alarming (virtual reality advances, anyone?) to theoretical, to tactical, to reflective…but all of them are important for the modern marketer.
So, without further ado, here are the experts on the marketing trends you cannot ignore in 2017. 1: Visually intelligent marketingExpert: Purna Virji, Senior Manager, PPC Training, Microsoft
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