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April 23, 2012

Procter and Gamble's Investment in Digital Marketing

IStock_000008928333XSmall Tissue and Hygiene and Home Care companies are relying on digital media as a way to cut marketing costs and gain access to new markets. Lee Peart, research analyst at Euromonitor, discusses Procter and Gamble's investment in digital marketing and their pledge to gain one billion new customers by 2015. Examples of P&G using digital marketing include the company setting up six brand stores on Facebook in 2011, and being one of the first companies to use sponsored tweets on Twitter.

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