Consumer Expectations

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Could Pokemon Go Rob Mindshare from Facebook and Twitter?

How can a new app, in less than a week, beat out Twitter in daily usage? If you’re into mobile marketing, that’s a nagging question in a world when countless apps launch each week and a scant few attract any sort of notice.  A lot has been written about Pokemon Go this week, mostly about… Continue reading »

Hospital Mergers and Acquisitions

By: Amanda Fiore Has your local hospital merged or been acquired recently?  For an increasing number of us in the U.S., the answer is yes. There has undoubtedly been a surge in hospital transactions over the past few years. Not only has the number of transactions increased, but also the variety of deals. From mergers… Continue reading »

Why Color Choice Can Impact Ad Performance

By John Weisgerber, SVP Sales, GumGum Your color choices can have a huge impact on campaign performance because 85 percent of people cite color as the main reason why they buy a particular product. There are longstanding theories in advertising and branding that specific colors connote universal feelings and emotions, and elicit specific behaviors. When… Continue reading »

People of Ad Tech: Altimeter Analyst Brian Solis

Brian Solis, a principal analyst at Altimeter Group and an award-winning author, tells WIT Strategy Partner Bill Brazell about his new book, “X: The Experience When Business Meets Design.” Solis argues that businesses have entered a new era, in which your brand is defined by those who experience it. (Bill suggests that Disney may understand… Continue reading »

People of Ad Tech: Pypestream CEO Richard Smullen

Pypestream Founder and CEO Richard Smullen tells WIT Strategy Partner Bill Brazell that he wondered why he couldn’t instant-message his airline as easily as he could IM his sister. So after finding someone to replace him at Genesis Media, he launched Pypestream, the market’s first purpose-built B2C messenger — a step toward what Richard sees… Continue reading »

Ad Blocking Is Not a Generational Problem

I’m not one for petty blamestorming when it comes to the collapse of the implied contract, but this definitely set off my irony meter. Let me get this straight…  The APAC head of a major programmatic agency is blaming ad blocking on millennial attitudes?  This strike anyone else as the pot calling the kettle black?… Continue reading »

People of Ad Tech: SocialCode CMO Max Kalehoff

SocialCode Chief Marketing Officer Max Kalehoff tells WIT Strategy‘s Bill Brazell that today’s smartest marketers are ‘digital first’ — that is, they use the fast learning and data of online advertising to guide marketing decisions in other media. Max explains how controlling waste may be the fastest path to ROI, and notes that the finely… Continue reading »

The Real Deal on Beacons, Buzzfeed, and NYC Phone Booths

Earlier this month, Buzzfeed released an article about bluetooth beacons “hiding” and “tracking your every move” in New York City phone booths.  As someone who is deeply involved in location based data and digital out-of-home advertising, I received the article from countless sources, including partners and clients.  While Buzzfeed produced an enthralling article on the… Continue reading »

Bloated Segments are Good

 Bill Guild is the VP of Marketing for ChoiceStream, a full-service DSP that delivers top-of-plan results by optimizing each phase of online, video, and mobile campaigns. Prior to ChoiceStream, Guild was part of several marketing positions at companies like AOL, Nexage, and Oracle. We often hear that third party segments are bloated with consumers who have… Continue reading »

Take a Closer Look at Consumer Behavior and Preferences

 Are Traasdahl is the Founder and CEO of Tapad, the leader in cross-device content delivery. Prior to Tapad, Traasdahl founded Thumbplay, a mobile entertainment service that is now known as iHeartRadio. The Makegood recently spoke with Traasdahl about their recent study on consumer behavior and preferences. The Makegood: Could you elaborate on what the cross-screen behavioral study… Continue reading »

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