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- 12 readers -
  • The best agency holiday cards of 2014

    …-art scene with a time-lapse of artist Daniel Johnston’s latest mural. The agency is also rolling out a social campaign around in which people can buy t-shirts. The profits will benefit the nonprofit “Superhero Kids” and its focus on fighting childhood cancer. JWT JWT is celebrating both Christmas and Hannukah this year — and also “Make Cut-Out…

    Tanya Dua/ Digiday- 24 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- 9 readers -
  • The latest from GE: A pop-up ‘Emoji-science’ lab

    … showed fans how to conduct short experiments on Vine, while it took to Twitter this year for #Springbreakit, where it demonstrated the power of its next generation of “super materials” by crushing and blasting old materials. The brand has launched a microsite for this campaign, replete with videos of the experiments as well as tutorials, and is also…

    Tanya Dua/ Digidayin Twitter- 11 readers -
  • MRY is now accepting brand RFPs through Snapchat

    … and growing and increasingly popular among teens and millennials, but they’re not sure how to launch themselves in the channel.” For the uninitiated, MRY has set up a microsite here with all the instructions. In a mini version of the pitch process, the agency is asking prospective clients to chat over 15-second submissions that are a boiled-down version…

    Lucia Moses/ Digiday- 9 readers -
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