Mobile has changed the game for marketers – it’s more personal than ever. It’s no longer acceptable to be a bullhorn of a company, blasting out messages without taking in to consideration the consumers interests or what they have opt-in to. Content must be a two-way street. Marketing must...
ADOTAS -- Data is at the heart of all phases of the marketing campaign cycle -- planning, execution, interaction, and measurement. Marketers are still exploring the best ways to leverage third-party and in-house customer data across all of those phases to gain decision-driving insights and tangible results. Neustar AdAdvisor provides...
ADOTAS -- The monetization options available to mobile publishers have expanded rapidly over the past year. This is great news for independent publishers, who were previously stuck trying to optimize low performing banner ads from mobile ad networks. With a limited salesforce and even more constraints on technology development,...
ADOTAS — AOL has partnered withMinteye to streamline the videoadvertising experience for consumers. Minteye has created a new ad unit in which once a user interacts with the image, it presents the option to bypass pre-roll ads and skip to the video content. AOL is the first major publishing partner to...
ADOTAS — “The discipline of marketing is a science. As a science, it must be measured.” When I first read “The End of Marketing as We Know It” more than a decade ago, the words of legendary marketer and former Coca-Cola CMO Sergio Zyman had a huge impact on my view of marketing....
ADOTAS – While it’s always ideal to meet face-to-face, sometimes it’s just not possible. This, along with cost-savings initiatives, is leading more organizations to turn to video conferencing when they need to spread information quickly and efficiently to an audience that’s located around the globe. Video conferencing eliminates costly travel...
ADOTAS -- Every year the industry debates whether or not Super Bowl ads are worth the millions of dollars that brands invest for a TV spot (current estimate for the 2014 Super Bowl: $4 million for a 30-second spot). I’m not here for that debate, because it’s absolutely worth it if your...