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It’s Not The Holidays Without A Party!

Team Lunch at Fusion Marketing

‘Tis the season for celebrating, and we at Fusion certainly love any excuse to do just that.  Our annual holiday party kicked off this past Wednesday with a day packed full of festivities. After countless hours in 2014 dedicated towards crafting perfect campaigns and epic events for our clients, you could say we deserved it…. Read more »


First there was Thanksgiving. Then there was Black Friday. Then there was Cyber Monday. And now: Giving Tuesday. I hadn’t really heard of Giving Tuesday until this year, but it’s safe to say it’s definitely becoming a thing. And that’s a great thing. It’s also right in line with all the research on millennials that… Read more »


This week, Taco Bell had both a trick and a treat for its fans: on Tuesday, the brand went dark on social media to promote its new mobile ordering app. It’s a ballsy move: Taco Bell is well known for their successful social media presence and they have a huge following of the most prized… Read more »


Happy Friday everyone! Who’s pumped for the three-day weekend? I know I am. But first, there’s one piece of business to attend to: Fusion is looking for an application developer! Our digital team is pretty awesome; so if you’ve got the experience, the skills, and are also pretty awesome (or know someone who is) hit… Read more »

Fusion’s Weekly Rundown

Happy Friday everyone! A lot went down this week, so we’ve taken the liberty of finding all the coolest stuff for you. Impress your friends this weekend with some industry related knowledge.  World Cup Stuff The social media dust is finally settling after a month-long whirlwind of hashtags and hashflags. There was an impressive amount… Read more »

Cabo Wabo Schools Consumers On How To Party Like a Rock Star.

This past summer, Cabo Wabo tequila wanted to give consumers a first-hand experience of what it really means to live like a rock star. Enter the Cabo Wabo Rock ’N Awe Tour, an epic journey that tours three cities in just three days. Eight lucky winners partied it up aboard their own tour bus as… Read more »

How the Big Data Push Will Cause Even Bigger Privacy Concerns

Last week the California Right to Know data access bill, aka AB 1291, was successfully pushed back another two years. It’s a win for the techies, but a major loss for the half a dozen watchdog groups and consumers, who supported the Big Data act. Not surprisingly, they fell flat under the $15 million-plus the… Read more »