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I’m writing this post on a flight from Wakanda. Black Panther’s marketing has been extraordinary and very low tech. (Check out the post below about Atlanta’s airport)
In the world of marketing technology, it looks like Shuri is running the R&D for some of our key partners. Moms.com is using bitcoins as payments, AI is now recognizing brand sentiment and Adsense is able to place ads for us.
On a more serious note, Scott Brinker celebrated the 10th anniversary of his blog with a look back at the top 10 ideas in MarcTech. I had a chance to see Scott speak at the Marketo Nation roadshow in 2014. His talk was insightful and we spent 30 mins after the event talking about the latest trends.
Dig in, and enjoy. We’ll see you next week.
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Today, Mom.life — a global social network and messaging app for moms that has over 1 million users — has launched a digital economy that converts the app’s existing rewards into tokens with real-world value.
An Atlanta to Wakanda flight departing at Gate T3 tweet has gone viral as the world’s largest airport, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, took advantage of the popularity of the hit movie “Black Panther” on social media.