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In this webinar, attendees heard results from the Mobile Marketing Association's SMoX research study which will reveal how marketers can measure the impact of their mobile spend.
Despite its 150-year history in the kitchen and bath industry, the iconic American Standard brand had become uninspiring to consumers. To re-energize the brand, CEO Jay Gould set out to create purpose for both his employees and products.
Michael Kelly, media/consumer communications manager at American Licorice Company, shared how, by focusing on the targeted application of paid media to amplify creative content with earned reach, American Licorice is triggering brand engagement with very limited budgets.
Brands at General Mills have used consumer-centric thinking and purpose to achieve growth.
In his role as CMO, Chris Capossela is setting an agenda to transform marketing at Microsoft. He shared his insights on the priorities for transformation while embracing what only Microsoft can contribute to the world.
Nissan's head marketer, Roel de Vries, shared an inside look into the company's progress toward improving the value of its brands while growing both the top and bottom line.
Cisco senior vice president and CMO Blair Christie discussed how Cisco redefined marketing's role within the organization and transformed the company's brand, leveraging new technologies, digital and social media, and 21st-century marketing disciplines focused on customer outcomes.
JetBlue takes a values-based, challenger approach to brand communication.
Delivering his first speech at the ANA Masters of Marketing conference since leaving Procter & Gamble in 2008, Jim Stengel discussed his ongoing, post-P&G enlightenment about what really drives brand growth.
In this webinar, marketers learned how to communicate their brand's message using Instagram.
This webinar explored Millennials as consumers of key categories and focused on the advertising medium that still has the greatest influence on how they perceive and value brands - Television.
This session covered hot legal issues in digital and social media, such as social media contests, privacy, mobile marketing, copyright/trademarks, publicity and click fraud/bots.
In this session, attendees discovered how strategic, innovative brands are getting a leg up on the competition in digital TV.
For their Mederma Brand, Merz Pharmaceuticals shared how they have achieved great marketplace results through a strong agency relationship.
In this session, Michael Greene, Director of Research – Audience Science discussed why limited transparency and uncertain data ownership are hampering advertisers' ability to succeed with programmatic and how advertisers can best work with their agencies and technology providers to take back control.
This session took marketeres through the business case, the process, the tactics, and real-life examples of how real brands are using content to drive real marketing results.
In this session, Sage Wodarz shared how Kraft learned the true value of their content and rebuilt their marketing around it.
Michael Kelly, Senior Media & Consumer Communications Manager at American Licorice Company and Graham Herschel, Integrated Marketing & Sales Account Executive – Pac-12 Networks shared their media partnerships and outlined the red vines program with the pac12.
In this session, Lexus and Walton Isaacson discussed their NAACP Image Award-nominated variety show Verses & Flow. A mix of music and spoken word, the show was created to give Black poets and R&B talent a high profile platform.
This webinar explored the basics of big data privacy, dispelled big data myths, and provided attendees with the five action steps marketers need to thrive in the world of big data privacy.