Consumer electronics marketers: March Madness offers you a perfect opportunity to make your own slam dunk with customers by putting dynamic creative to work for you this month.
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Online travel sales have increased over $30 billion yearly since 2010, and are expected to continue increasing through 2016. To meet this demand, and stand apart in the constantly evolving digital landscape, brands must remain agile with their online presence. This article includes six key points for travel brands to keep in mind to run successful digital advertising campaigns.
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In part three of an expansive "exit interview" I conducted with Elliott just weeks after he announced his retirement in December - he points to how ad agencies used to pretend they were bigger, until that became a liability, and why brands had better keep up with demographic trends, or risk being risk being left behind.
Photo: New York Times
CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO: FAREWELL Q&A WITH STUART ELLIOT: WHAT I SAW THE REVOLUTION (PART 3) - CHANGE IS (ON) THE AIR
Listen to Part One here: What I Saw at the Revolution
Listen to Part Two here: The Rise & Risks of Content Marketing
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A number of years ago I was retained to provide marketing communications services for a San Diego-based dating site. Good concept, decent funding from private sources, number of stories generated across various media genres. Ultimately, however, it wasn’t enough. Competition was too fierce; site just wasn’t attracting enough eyeballs and the venture folded.
Fast forward to 2015. Buddy of mine asked if I knew of any good dating sites as he was, to quote him, ‘back in the game.’ Told him I hadn’t been following the space for awhile but was curious to see how the industry had evolved.
The dating industry has become huge - $2.2 billion in 2014 according to market research firm IBISWorld; $2.7 billion by 2019. And Pew Research says that of Americans in a committed relationship that have used an online dating site, one in three met online.
Decided to have a little fun so did a bit of research/searching for oddball, offbeat and in some cases, truly weird dating sites. All seem to be flourishing; many have attracted advertising. In short, your future significant other may just be a few clicks away, no matter your fetishes.
So here are a few:
Vampersonals... Read more
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In the age of data activation and marketing automation, programmatic has become one of the fastest growing sectors in advertising. As more platforms and publishers embrace the technology, more ad dollars are being invested, resulting in a wider global reach. The below infographic produced by Yieldr illustrates programmatic's stratospheric rise.