Digital Advertising

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What’s wrong with DC, Marketing, and Privacy?

  By: Alan Chapell and Kevin Ryan Stephen Colbert burned his computer. Bill Maher’s latest conniption about our government occurred over privacy fears. Big cable is stealing our data and our representatives could care less. United States Congressman Marcia Blackburn wants to protect privacy by eliminating barriers, like holding companies accountable to protecting our data… Continue reading »

The Machines Won’t Do It All: Why Programmatic Marketing Augments, Not Eliminates, Human Insights

By Mike Driscoll, Metamarkets In today’s age of automation, many industries are questioning what the impact of robots will be on their jobs. The exponential growth of programmatic media has brought this to the forefront in digital marketing, as campaign managers fear that their media buying expertise will be rendered obsolete within a matter of… Continue reading »

The Death of ISP Privacy

By: Martin Cahill In yet another turn of rolling back regulations, the Trump Administration has repealed certain FCC regulations that make it so now, rather than asking for a customer’s permission before doing so, it’s will now be legal for your ISP (Internet Service Provider) to take whatever data they get from providing you service,… Continue reading »

e-Brick-and-Mortar: The Future of Shopping?

By: Lynnsey Rijos The concept of online shopping is nothing new. For years – over 20, surprisingly – consumers have relied on the convenience and speed of purchasing items via their computer. Anything from clothes, books, furniture, and food can be bought online. And while technology has afforded us the opportunity to never leave our… Continue reading »

A Consultant’s Perspective: Q&A with Mike Drexler of Drexler Fajen & Partners

By: Tom Hespos Between media companies, advertising and marketing agencies, and the clients who hire them, there are dozens upon dozens of moving pieces at stake in their interactions. However, moving across all three branches of this industry are consultants, whose agencies work between clients, agencies, and media companies to ensure growth for all three,… Continue reading »

People of Ad Tech: AdSemble CEO Matthew Olivieri

AdSemble CEO Matthew Olivieri tells WIT Strategy Partner Bill Brazell that by the year 2020, more than half of America’s static billboards will be digitized. AdSemble is building a marketplace that enables advertisers to buy ads on all the digital billboards within, say, 15 miles of a particular city. Music: “Morning Rays” by Jim Duffy.… Continue reading »

The Benefits of Addressable Television

Wouldn’t it be fantastic if you could take the precision, targeting, analytics, and reporting of digital campaigns and make them even better?  Well, you can!  Drum roll please . . . Addressable TV has all the elements of digital with one distinct advantage: reach. According to the Video Advertising Bureau, TV delivers more than 90%+… Continue reading »

Advertising at Medical Conferences

By: Amanda Fiore and Lynnsey Rijos Each year there are hundreds of medical conferences, hosted by media associations, which bring together thousands of physicians, researchers, and exhibitors from all over the globe to exchange ideas, theories, and new information relating to the specific medical specialties. Doctors wait all year for these meetings where they can learn… Continue reading »

The Power of Brand Monitoring and Link Building

Link Building may not seem like a top priority some days, and it can even seem tedious; however, through various brand mentioning tools and a focus on social listening, link building is an easier way to identify new opportunities, reach out to consumers, and discover potential issues with your brand. Maintaining a brand in all… Continue reading »

SEOs Must Now Do More Than Just . . . Well, SEO

By Oliver J. Nelson In April of last year I wrote about RankBrain and its potential to alter how we approach good search engine optimization (SEO.)  In little under a year later, we have already started to notice the impact this change has had on our clients’ performance. It’s simply no longer good enough for… Continue reading »

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