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The Metaverse and the Future of Marketing

It’s time to start preparing for what’s next.

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With Meta (formally Facebook) unveiling its “all in” approach to the Metaverse, it’s time to start preparing for what’s next. As many were, and some still are, late to the digital marketing game, we’ll dive into what the Metaverse is and how new personal ad experiences could become commonplace in the next 3-5 years.

As vice-president of Fruchtman Marketing, Shane O’Neill oversees the company’s digital and web efforts. He is a frequent speaker and writer about digital strategy and insight on proper methods to successfully build an online presence. His quality-over-quantity approach often highlights the pitfalls of non-strategic digital marketing efforts.

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