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Tuesday, February 06, 2018

Experts weigh in on Google Chrome's filtering announcement

Last week, Google announced a 'mute' button, hailed as a way for consumers to take back control of the ads they see online. By muting irrelevant or improperly targeted ads, consumers should see more content of interest, but does it solve the underlying problem of marketers who aren't properly targeting content? We asked two experts to weigh in. >>

Friday, February 02, 2018

How marketers can use data better

There is a wealth of customer information available to businesses today, and yet many still struggle with properly collecting, measuring, and using all the data points available. We asked two experts to weigh in on how marketers can better use data. >>

Thursday, February 01, 2018

Audibility measurement continues to thwart MRC

The audio element of digital advertising has become an increasingly attractive one for measurement purposes. However, it is not as easy to measure audibility as it is viewability. This poses a problem for advertisers on non-visual digital channels, such as radio or podcasts, but the Media Rating Council (MRC) continues to search for a definition. >>

Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Consumers to brands: We love your ads but leave politics out of the Super Bowl

While recent research has shown that consumers believe brands should make their stance on social and political issues known, they don't want politics spoiling their fun during the Super Bowl. Perhaps weary of controversy during the NFL season, Americans just want to be entertained and marketed to, according to the Fifth Annual Burson-Marsteller Super Bowl Survey. >>

Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Reports show AI, social increasingly important for marketers

Artificial Intelligence and Social Networks are pushing marketers' budgets. That's the word from two new reports, which indicate a shift in how marketers are using tech to identify and engage with customers. >>

Tuesday, January 30, 2018

"Seal of approval" needed to raise perception of commercial digital ad research

A quarter of advertising and media professionals dismiss digital ad commercial research studies as self-serving while one in five consider a lack of quality renders them useless, according to, errr, new commercial research. >>

Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Early Super Bowl ads put focus on drinks

Amobee has been watching the lead up to Sunday's Super Bowl LII closely and according to their data, drinks are likely to have a big showing during the game. Brands including Pepsi and Budweiser have generated nearly half of Super Bowl content engagement. >>

Monday, January 29, 2018

How seriously are you taking brand safety?

The last couple of years have seen brand safety concerns rise as more scenarios of brand messaging appearing next to inappropriate content come to light. New research sheds light on the "new brand safety crisis" and the preventative action proactive brands are taking. >>

Monday, January 29, 2018

Top 5 tips to improve data privacy

With Data Privacy Day on January 28, marketers should be thinking about how they can improve the privacy of their customers' data. Here are five tips. >>

Friday, January 26, 2018

Expert: Why better understanding of Google, Facebook is key for marketers

Most of consumers' online time is spent with two Internet giants: Google and Facebook. What's more, roughly 60% of the digital ad spent is also spent with these two behemoths. That, according to one expert, is why marketers need a better understanding of how both search and social - and in particular Google and Facebook - work. >>

Thursday, January 25, 2018

Expert: Why marketers should double-down on privacy concerns

Privacy could be the word of the year for 2018. That, according to one expert who believes consumers' worry about data breaches and concerns about personal data will continue to grow throughout the year - especially where children are concerned. >>

Wednesday, January 24, 2018

Reports: Customers prefer self-serve options, moral brands

Two new reports indicate a big shift is happening in the branded space. First, in retail more and more consumers are opting out of interacting with sales associates. That's the word from new SOTI data, in which researchers found 66% of shoppers prefer interacting with self-serve customer service tech rather than in-store associates. >>

Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Expert: Amazon, WalMart, CPGs will impact 2018 more than we think

2017 was unquestionably a mixed bag for the retail industry. There were indisputable low notes - Chapter 11s from Toys R Us, The Limited and BCBG, for example. Estimated store closures were likely to hit 8,600 by end of 2017 - with Macy's, Gap, Sears, JC Penney's, Michael Kors and others all shuttering storefronts. So, what's next for retail in 2018? Brent Franson, CEO at Euclid shares his predictions. >>

Friday, January 19, 2018

Advertising will be 'rear-ended' by autonomous vehicles

While current hype would have many believe that fully autonomous vehicles are just around the corner, the reality is they are still a good few years away. That should not, however, stop marketers from considering how best they can inject themselves into the extra 300 or so hours that Americans currently spend with their hands on the wheel. >>

Friday, January 19, 2018

Why marketers need audience buying & how to create this strategy

Between voice activated assistants, mobile commerce, and video strategies, it can be hard for a business to know which new technology to choose. But, according to one expert, it may not be a change in technology that marketers need. It could be a change in how campaigns are bought. >>

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