Danny Wong

Danny Wong

I write abt marketing, media + tech

Danny Wong is an entrepreneur, marketer and writer. He works with startups & tech businesses. Find his clips on Entrepreneur, HuffPost, The Next Web, Salesforce.com, and ReadWrite, among others.

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The Huffington Post

The Future of Fashion: Menswear

In an ironic twist, although men admittedly don't like shopping, it is menswear that is outpacing womenswear growth.
A recent Euromonitor International report stated the menswear market last year increased 4.5% to $440 billion while womenswear only increased by 3.7%. This seems to be driven by many cultural shifts. With the proliferation of the internet, and ever-increasingly liberal returns policies, shopping has become more frictionless.

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How Native Advertising Is Redefining the Digital Marketing Landscape

Is native advertising evil? and is it more than just the latest fad in an industry, ironically, dying for attention?

As controversial is it may be, I can think of dozens of other things more worthy of the label "evil." Native advertising doesn't even come close. Also, as trendy as it may seem, branded content is here to stay.

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11 Marketing Books That'll Make You Smarter This Summer

If you have any upcoming holiday or travel plans, be sure to pick up (or download) one of these reads before you go. In no time, you'll find yourself thinking like a world-class marketing expert.

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What's the Deal with Native Advertising?

Considered the new saving grace in an industry failing to capture enough ad dollars even as more and more readers flock to consume content, native advertising is not without its problems.

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11 Surprising Stats That Demonstrate Native Advertising's Value to Marketers

My first encounter with a native ad was in 2009; it was the first sponsored post I ever saw. Although, for the life of me I can't remember what it was, as an aspiring marketer, I recognized it was an effective way for a consumer to discover a new brand, a company to reach its target audience, and a publisher to monetize its content.

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21 Bad Blogging Habits

As a blogger, I've done (and still do) silly things and have learned hard lessons from those embarrassing experiences.

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The Huffington Post

12 Ways to Drive More Readers to Your Content

So, you've built a blog, invested a grand amount of time (and money) in creating some of the best content in your niche -- these are, naturally, the best pieces you've ever written -- yet your analytics tools tell you yesterday your post received less than 100 unique visits.

That sucks. What am I doing wrong? What SHOULD I be doing?

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11 Rules to Remember Before You Hit Publish

To help you craft content readers will care about, here is a list of 11 things you absolutely need to do before you hit 'publish'.

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The Huffington Post

9 Content Marketing Tips from Savvy Biz Owners and Managers

At Shareaholic, we're constantly asking ourselves the question:

How can we get this content in front of the right readers?

The fact is, we don't have all the answers, but we strive to learn as much as we can, so we can help our audience be better at content distribution and marketing.

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7 Unconventional Tactics That Sell Products and Win Customers ...

Your best customers will buy your product any way you sell it. They'll even tolerate your minor flaws and are willing to give you a pass on any major mishaps.

But how can you "sell" new customers, more specifically, the large group of people who visit your business and leave without ever buying anything?

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The Huffington Post

3 Massive Problems with Digital Publishing Today | Danny Wong

The future of publishing is hotly debated. The advent of the Internet and mobile technology has greatly revolutionized a formerly traditional industry, giving it new form and new life. Ten years ago, few experts could have accurately predicted what the digital age would have done to publishing.

But in order to avoid publishers blindly attempting to preempt the future, it is worth critically asking: What will (and should) happen in order for publishers to be successful, long-term?

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The Huffington Post

Danny Wong: Innovations in E-Commerce: The Subscription ...

Today, we present ManPacks, a new way for men to get the undies they need, when they need it. You subscribe to their service and get new socks, shirts and underwear every quarter.

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Danny Wong: The Dirt Is Out! Journos Tell What Makes Their Blacklist

Ever wonder why your media contacts start ignoring your emails? Perhaps they are busy? Perhaps they aren't interested in your pitch? Have you ever considered that maybe you are on their Blacklist?

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The Huffington Post

Shareaholic Report: Pinterest Drives 3x More Referrals than Twitter

A report released Tuesday by Shareaholic , a maker ...

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The Huffington Post

Danny Wong: The Long Tail of Retail

There is no doubt that while brick and mortar businesses feel outdated, brick and mortar sales continue to massively trump online sales. But e-commerce sales are growing at a very strong rate.