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All posts by Marc Lefton

Marc Lefton is a creative director and tech entrepreneur with over 20 years of experience. He's a partner in Digikea Digital based in NYC and Gainesville, Florida.


Why “stop doing it” should be y...

Mar 28, 20163 Comments

Social media is completely saturated, so if you can't follow the proper way to market today, the next best option is to quit. Read on.

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How to pitch your tech startup to ad agenci...

Oct 21, 2013No Comments

In order to understand how to pitch your tech startup to ad agencies, you must first understand their priorities and goals, not just assume your

long shadow trend

A long shadow on short design trends

Aug 01, 20134 Comments

Flat design with a long shadow is all the rage in design circles right now, but let us take a look at history and at

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The ad campaign is dead. Long live the ad c...

Apr 29, 20131 Comment

In an era where uncertainty is the only certainty, the state of the ad campaign is in limbo - read on to see if it

experiential marketing

Embrace experiences, not meaningless social...

Apr 08, 20133 Comments

Brands using social media alone without experiential marketing is like offering consumers icing without any cake. Let us examine the evolution of both and why

easy button

Startups, stop doing your marketing the eas...

Mar 01, 20136 Comments

Startups endlessly pore over the quality of their product, but traditionally fail to nail their marketing. By comparing how startups and traditional ad agencies go

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Hacking your own social media accounts: new...

Feb 20, 20132 Comments

In light of recent social media hacks of various enterprise accounts, let us look at the magnificent possibilities for brands willing to hack their own

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How to take advantage of print media while ...

Dec 26, 20125 Comments

For many reasons, print media has descended into obscurity, and evolved into digital, but its death is still far off. In the meantime, there are

wall revenue model

It’s time to tear down the imaginary ...

Dec 21, 20124 Comments

In the tech world, you can boil most revenue models down into two simple concepts: Bridges and Walls. Dissecting the two reveals an interesting trend