A microsite is an individual web page or a small cluster of pages which are meant to function as a discrete entity within an existing website or to complement an offline activity. The microsite's main landing page can have its own domain name or subdomain.
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  • Is It Time To Get Amped Up About AMP?

    … in with both feet. That didn’t stop us from dipping a toe in the water, mind, as we published the blog on a beta AMP template. Fast forward four weeks… and we have something to show you. We are pleased to present the RocketMill AMP microsite: www.rocketmill.co.uk/amp/ Written about AMP, and written in AMP Built in AMP HTML, the site answers your…

    RocketMill- 9 readers -
  • The best agency holiday cards of 2014

    …. It was such a hit it crashed the agency’s server with high traffic and getting over 400,000 Vimeo plays. McKinney This Durham, North Carolina-based independent agency created a microsite, that lets users build and personalize their own little gingerbread homes. They are then given the option of booking a “virtual stay” at these homes, the money from…

    Tanya Dua/ Digiday- 14 readers -
  • Our Top Marketing Tips for 2014

    … Questions: Website for My Practice or My Procedure? Should you create a mini-website, or microsite, that focuses on a few procedures, or would it be better to put that information on your practice’s website? A microsite can be more highly targeted than your practice’s website, and if it is not tied to a geographic area, it could reach a broader…

    Michael Roberts/ P3 Inboundin EMail Twitter- 5 readers -
  • The latest from GE: A pop-up ‘Emoji-science’ lab

    …-confessed science fans to help conduct the experiments and be a part of the videos that are sent out to its fans, including Bill Nye (The Science Guy,) Jessica Williams from The Daily Show and do-it-yourself blogger Erica Domesek. “We’re always looking for ways to celebrate science and inspire through science,” Sydney Lestrud, the global digital media…

    Tanya Dua/ Digidayin Twitter- 9 readers -
  • MRY is now accepting brand RFPs through Snapchat

    … having used it, according to an eMarketer survey. With nearly 70 percent of college kids saying they’d follow a brand on Snapchat, the app holds potential for marketers. “The idea was to have fun and get attention from our clients as we wanted to spend today, which is Giving Tuesday, answering briefs on Snapchat,” said Alex Marsh, senior…

    Lucia Moses/ Digiday- 9 readers -
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