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Tech-Or-Treat: Consumers Are Sweet on Mobile Apps

With Halloween around the corner, our thoughts turn to candy corn, gummy spiders and mini chocolate bars. But U.S. consumers today also crave another treat. Sure, candy apples are great, but mobile apps are also satisfying.

'Health-Committed' Consumers Represent Major Opportunities For Brands, Retailers

A new report from Dunnhumby analyzes the value and behaviors of "health-committed" consumers — those who devote more than 70% of their grocery purchasing to healthy products.

Tumblr Debuts Beta Launch Auto-Play Video Ads

A week after debuting its new video player, Tumblr on Tuesday announced the beta launch of in-stream auto-play video ads.

Christmas in October? Not Quite, but 22% of Americans Are Already Shopping

What’s on U.S. retailer wish lists this year? A prosperous holiday shopping season.

Instagram Proves Hit With Brand Marketers, Users

Ahead of Facebook’s latest earnings call, new data shows that Instagram is more popular than ever among brand marketers.

In U.S. Retail, Brand Equity Drives Where Consumers Fill Their Baskets

As channels expand, information levels intensify and new behavioral norms take hold, retailers and consumer product companies need to understand what drives people to stores, how to capitalize on the money consumers spend on each trip, and how to keep customers loyal.

Kimberly-Clark’s Total Market Approach

Lizette Williams, multicultural marketing leader, North America, at Kimberly-Clark, says that marketing in a multicultural world requires integrating ethnic insights into all communication strategies.

CBS Outdoor Comes 'Out,' Literally: Rebrands Outfront Media

Following its spinoff from CBS Corp., CBS Outdoor Americas Inc. this morning announced it will rename itself Outfront Media Inc., effective Nov. 20.

Snapchat Ads Could Change Everything

The curious and profound thing about Snapchat advertising is how the tiny things they've done to craft an advertising platform have resulted in interesting questions about the future of online advertising.

Digital Ad Revenue Hits $23 Billion In First Half Of 2014

Internet ad revenue rose 15% to $23.1 billion during the first six months in 2014, compared with the same time period in 2013.

For JetBlue, T-Mobile And Bank Of America, Growth Means Redefining The Reviled

Companies like JetBlue, Bank of America and T-Mobile have had to radically change their brands, processes and communications to get some respect and — dare one say it — affection.

Marketing Disruption: Five Blind Spots on the Road to Marketing’s Potential

“Disruption” has become a blanket term to encapsulate the massive changes affecting businesses. But the term’s overuse and broadness have obscured what really matters to marketing.

Navigating the New Customer Journey

Cisco’s B-to-B marketers have shifted focus from promotion to engagement, aligning with sales to drive volume, velocity, and value.

Navigating the New Customer Journey

In this video, learn how Cisco’s B-to-B marketers have shifted focus from promotion to engagement, aligning with sales to drive volume, velocity, and value.

Snapchat Hackers Threaten To Release Image Database

Threatening Snapchat’s standing as a secure platform, hackers claim to have intercepted hundreds of thousands of private user messages.

Mobile Mini-Meals: The Snacking Opportunity At Hand

Snacks are tasty and often fun to eat. Today’s consumers expect snacks to serve many needs. This article explores consumer snacking habits around the globe.

LeoPo: Burnett Teams With HuffPo, Calls It A New Agency/Publisher 'Model'

Publicis’ Leo Burnett unit announced a deal with AOL’s Huffington Post touted as the world’s first “agency and publisher alliance poised to reinvent how people engage with brands.”

Uncommon Sense: Making Measurement Work for Programmatic Ad Buying

Nothing in advertising has generated more buzz in recent months than programmatic buying. Buying ad inventory more efficiently by applying rules to technology-enabled, automated purchases has marketers salivating.

Timex Asks Runners: Who Needs A Cell Phone?

In a bid to get the average runner to leave the cell phone at home, Timex has created an 800-mile relay race as a way to showcase its new Ironman One GPS.

Marketing Research Benchmark Report

In a January & February 2014 study sponsored by SurveyGizmo, Demand Metric partnered with the Marketing Research Association (MRA) to provide a unique view of marketing research from two perspectives.

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