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Key Trends For 2009

My prediction for key trends in 2009.

  • Collaboration – in the old days this was called such quaint terms as ‘Polls’ and ‘Surveys’ 😉 Examples include Wigadoo and Kluster
  • Data Analysis or eMetrics (See below). Example is
  • Mapping – i.e. where is the nearest….? Where can I buy….? Where are my mates…..? example is Google Maps, but the incredible 3D version….

What is eMetrics

* Web Analytics
* Affiliate Measurement
* Behavioral Targeting
* Brand Metrics
* Business Intelligence
* Buzz/Blog/Reputation Management
* Campaign Measurement
* Click Fraud Detection
* Consumer Generated Content
* Customer Loyalty
* Customer Satisfaction
* Email Marketing
* Internet Size & Behavior Metrics
* Landing Page Optimization
* Marketing Performance Dashboards
* Predictive Analytics
* Search Marketing Measurement
* Usability Testing
* Web Apps Performance Monitoring


About Neil

Neil Cartwright founded Million Media in 2006 with the aim to help people understand digital marketing and use it to their advantage. The vision hasn't changed but the technology has.

2 comments on “Key Trends For 2009

  1. Jorge
    September 17, 2010

    “When content can be divorced from presentation, using style sheets, the same content can be presented in many different ways. We do not have to worry about creating quite so many versions of each web page to meet the needs of a diverse audience. – Jim Byrne and Pat Byrne”

  2. Emmanuel
    September 17, 2010

    Good navigation and website design make it easier for users to find what they’re looking for and to buy it once they’ve found it.

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