Articles Tagged ‘Max Valiquette’

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The myth of the second screen

Bensimon Byrne’s Max Valiquette argues the term second screen is flawed because consumers aren’t married to any particular form of screen.

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Consumerology: Selling asset-light

Bensimon Byrne’s Max Valiquette looks at the need for brands to adapt from selling goods to selling services.

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Consumerology: Don’t tweet angry

Bensimon Byrne’s Max Valiquette muses on how brands should respond (or not respond) to angry social media rants.

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3D printing goes mainstream

The industry weighs in on how agencies and brands are using the tech now, and how they may use it in the future.

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Dear Banana Republic, it’s not me, it’s you

Bensimon Byrne’s Max Valiquette ends his long-term relationship with the clothier for losing sight of itself.

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3D printing revolution is here

Bensimon Byrne’s Max Valiquette muses on why marketers need to take note of the rapidly growing technology.

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On tacos and fashion

Bensimon Byrne’s Max Valiquette muses on what shopper marketers can learn from the unlikeliest of pairings.

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Instagram & Pinterest insider intel

Industry experts weigh in on how brands can best take advantage of the latest social media trends.

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Facebook, shopper marketing and you

In his column this month, Max Valiquette from Bensimon Byrne looks at the opportunities of the social network at shelf level.

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Canadians favour online customer service

In this month’s Consumerology, Bensimon Byrne’s Max Valiquette examines why retailers need to make CS top-of-mind.

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Customer service: Front-line or last line?

In this month’s Consumerology, Bensimon Byrne’s Max Valiquette looks at the changing face of CS reps in an online world.

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You’ve got retail: The online subscription service

Bensimon Byrne’s Max Valiquette looks at why marketers shouldn’t ignore the shopping method, which will soon enter the Canadian market.

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Viddy, Socialcam and YouTube tee off

New video-sharing mobile apps are gaining ground, but are they going to usurp YouTube’s shining star in the video space? We asked a few industry pundits to weigh in.

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Consumerlogy: Defending the indefensible – the QR code

Bensimon Byrne’s Max Valiquette finds shopper marketing hope in oft-poorly used black-and-white dots.

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Consumerology: Look to those most immersed in social network for future

Bensimon Byrne’s Max Valiquette says Canada’s most engaged social media users want more discounts and coupons.