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Programmatic Buying

Programmatic media buying has caught the attention of major advertisers. This Insight Brief defines key terms in programmatic buying, explains how programmatic buying works through an agency trading desk, and offers best practices for managing agency fees. Marketers can also learn about considerations for taking programmatic buying in-house and read case studies from Kimberly-Clark and Ford.

Tribune Publishing Partners With Contend For Native Advertising Deal

Designed to help marketers engage and reach customers cross-platform, including print, social, and mobile, through creative, relevant content.

Age Matters With Digital Shoppers

Not all age groups are shopping online to the same degree. The age group that has grown up in the digital era—Millennials (age 21-34)—is leading the way.

Fast Friends: How Brands are Capturing the Attention of Social TV Audiences

Smartphones and tablets are fostering a surge of real-time social media conversation between friends, fans and talent as programs unfold.

Advertisers' Online Budgets Still A Fraction Of TV Spend

National TV’s current advertising concerns are not coming at the hands of online advertising, according to one analyst.

Google Adds Sitelinks Search Box In Search Query Results

Google has introduced an improved sitelinks search box on its engine that gives searchers a direct link to content buried within a brand's site.

The Multi-Screen Advertising Playbook

Discover what a multi-screen advertising solution should look like.

The Multi-Screen Dayparting Playbook

Collective commissioned and analyzed data from Nielsen, and looked to its own clients’ best practices, to craft a guide for advertisers in managing the new multi-screen paradigm.

Defining Online Ad Success: How Benchmarks are Shifting as Advertisers Take Aim

59 percent of ad impressions served across all consumer segments reach their intended audience—down from 69 percent in 2013.

Despite Recent Slowdown, U.S. Ad Economy Poised To Expand At Fastest Rate In A Decade

Report predicts that share will continue to shift toward “digital” and that a combination of factors will begin to erode demand for network television.

Pinterest Launches Global Analytics Platform In 31 Languages

Pinterest will launch Tuesday its first global business tool in 31 languages that analyzes pinning behavior in profiles and boards.

The Future of Mobile Advertising: Native Ads Are At the Forefront of a Mobile Advertising Evolution

Clients and agencies are already using mobile as a platform for brand messaging. Native advertising is being a key driver in their use of mobile.

CMOs: Mobile Spend Slowing, Social Going Strong

Spending on social media and video is accelerating, while spending on mobile marketing shows signs of slowing, according to the CMO Council's annual State of Marketing global benchmarking study.

62% Of Local Publishers Using Programmatic

Nearly two-thirds (62%) of local publishers are selling inventory via programmatic, according to a recent Forrester Consulting study.

Millennials Are Cashing In On Their Social Influence

Welcome to the new age of influence, where 20-something content creators on Vine can make as much as $20,000 for a 6-second video and Millennial fashionistas can earn six figures for their stylish outfits on Instagram.

Ad Viewing Grows On Trad TV Digital Platforms With Longer Content

Digital television/video programmers and platforms continue to look to mirror the traditional TV experience.

Open Programmatic: Let The Network Do Some Of The Work

New open and network-based models of programmatic marketing are outperforming the old closed systems.

Worldwide Mobile Advertising Hit $19.3 Billion In 2013

Global mobile advertising nearly doubled last year -- jumping from $10 billion to $19.3 billion, according to a new estimate by the Interactive Advertising Bureau’s Mobile Center of Excellence.

Facebook Launches Cross-Device Reporting

Being able to track campaign performance across devices has become increasingly crucial to advertisers as consumer attention shifts from desktop to mobile screens.

Data Charts: 2014 The Rise of Multi-Screen Marketing Survey

This collection of data charts represents findings from the 2014 The Rise of Multi-Screen Marketing Survey. The objective of this survey was to better understand how marketers use multi-screen marketing to achieve different goals for their products/brands, particularly related to promotional efforts.

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