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Learn how brands, including World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), Dell, and Dunkin’ Donuts, use cross-screen marketing to effectively reach consumers.
We live in a world of multiscreens, multiplatforms, and multidevices, from smartphones to connected TVs to “phablets” to wearables. The challenge for marketers is to understand how to communicate effectively with today’s cross-platform customers.
Programmatic buying is quickly becoming the norm and should be an integral part of an advertiser’s buying strategy.
To reassert their products in consumers’ minds, Canon USA launched a multiscreen campaign around #BringIt. The brand tapped shutterbugs to show what a real camera can do.
The Jeep brand is a success story that increased awareness and consideration of its new vehicles using cross-screen advertising.
Still in the fog over programmatic media buying (PMB)? Here’s the reality behind some common misconceptions.
Programmatic media buying (PMB) is empowering marketers to connect with the right consumer every time. Learn how to make sense of fragmentation, take control of your buy, and leverage PMB to your best advantage.
Programmatic media buying (PMB) may involve automation, but diligence and hard work are still required to get it right.
In its short life, programmatic media buying (PMB) has attracted more attention than almost any form of advertising this century. PMB is ad buying for the digital age.
When Best Buy wanted to highlight its back-to-college offers, the brand looked to PayPal Media Network to create a nationwide campaign.
Native advertising, the integration of marketing content with a third-party website, has enabled brands including Xerox to change consumer perceptions and reposition themselves.
Carlos Saveedra, director of culture marketing at Pepsico Beverages America, discussed culture marketing, the Pepsi Culture Lab, and reaching out to multicultural audiences.
Matt Jauchius, EVP and CMO at Nationwide Insurance, discussed the secrets to maintaining a noncontentious, two-way relationship with procurement and the benefits of a marketing/procurement partnership.
Whether you’re making decisions for your personal or professional lives, gaining consensus/alignment is sometimes a challenge. Bob Liodice, president and CEO at ANA, discusses important collaborations in the marketing industry.
Digital tools provide mindblowing opportunities to connect with consumers around the world on a real-time, personalized basis, but many are still baffled by digital and big data. Learn what you can do about it.
Concerns over online privacy and security continue to challenge the marketing community. Here are some important developments in the privacy arena.
Debra Berman is fighting to bring back JCPenney after a series of moves drove away loyal shoppers. She’s made some progress but knows there are still many challenges ahead.
Programmatic buying is a big deal, and a lot of marketers know very little about it. Learn how it can save money and make ads more effective.
From storing information securely to not being overly intrusive, big data requires big efforts in data stewardship.
If you want to figure out how big data can help your marketing organization make faster and better business decisions, then it is important to understand the additional baggage that big data brings along with it.