technology strategy

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Over The Rainbow? The Risks of “Too Much Publicity.”

Is there such a thing as too much publicity? In the age of social media, we’re programmed to share information and experiences in real-time – anything from celebrity encounters, to world travels, to baby’s first steps, to DIY projects. Whether it’s good or bad, news travels fast; and it travels even faster on online. For… Continue reading »

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 »

What Ever Happened To Virtual Reality?

By: Lynnsey Rijos We all know the rules of supply and demand. The success of a product or brand is dependent upon the demand in the market. The demand for virtual reality (VR) technology, however, does not seem to be high. While millennials and the subsequent generation are the first to embrace this innovation, VR… Continue reading »

How Low Cost Social Media Solutions Can Optimize Your Brand’s Social Presence

  By: Nicholas ReisGerzog Social media has been expanding rapidly in recent years, and has been propelled to the forefront of online advertising space. According to Statista, 78% of Americans are currently active on social media in some capacity and agencies are starting to take notice. As reported by Business Insider, social media spending grew an… Continue reading »

Programmatic Television Buying

If you stick around long enough, generally speaking, you’ll experience a tried and true proven way of doing something that can, and will, be enhanced by technology.  Such is the case when talking about the art and science of television buying and negotiations. Until recently, the buying of nearly $70 billion dollars in television was… Continue reading »

Mobile Video Has Hit a Tipping Point: Here’s What That Means for Brands

By: Mike Owen, EVP, North American Sales for Opera Mediaworks Three signs make it clear that we’ve reached a tipping point when it comes to mobile video. First, people are ravenous for it — watching everything from 6-second Vines to full-length TV shows on their smartphones. In fact, the average adult in the U.S. watches 39… Continue reading »

The Dark Side of Automation

When I was a kid, I programmed my Commodore 64 to pick lottery numbers for my Dad.  Sounds easy, but I wrote a flexible program that could pick numbers for the daily numbers or Lotto (in its 40, 48 and 54 iterations) and it picked numbers without repeats.  It took me a few hours to… Continue reading »

People of Ad Tech: Econsultancy’s Stefan Tornquist

Econsultancy VP of Research Stefan Tornquist tells WIT Strategy‘s Bill Brazell that too many companies think they handle customer service well. Their customers disagree. Tornquist explains how companies could use technology to strengthen relationships with customers. He suggests that companies start using real-time data, customization and geolocation to create uniquely valuable connections with customers, rather… Continue reading »

The Question Every CMO Should Be Able to Answer: Do You Have a Master Marketing Technology Strategy?

In 2012, Gartner predicted that by 2017, CMOs would spend more on IT than their counterpart CIOs.  Since then, we’ve seen a significant increase in the consumption and deployment of marketing technologies, by marketers. With that sharp increase, however, come a number of important questions: Do CMOs know the ROI of their marketing technology spend?… Continue reading »