By: Staff | Aug 28 2015
Conference of the Data Protection Commissioners of the Federal Government and the Federal States (Länder)
I. Preliminary remarks
By: Staff | Aug 26 2015
Earlier in the week, I started a decision-science series that I’ll carry through the entire year. I’m really excited to spend some time on this emerging topic that has already proven to be a game changer in the digital-marketing industry. Brain science and its offshoot, neuromarketing, have quickly become such powerful concepts that many organizations are integrating these principles into their day-to-days; some have even gone so far as to bring neurologists and cognitive scientists on staff to inform and infuse overarching marketing initiatives. To speak of their experiences, Dr.
By: Staff | Aug 24 2015
The most exciting point of Panos Toullis’s work involved a late night of caffeine-powered data-hacking, when Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt sauntered into the room, nudged him on the shoulder and said something to the effect of, “You know, you guys are doing something new and innovative and something that people will be repeating over and over again from now on.” To Toullis, a Ph.D. student in Harvard’s statistics department, this was like an aspiring pianist meeting Mozart.
By: Staff | Aug 21 2015
LONDON: The Advertising Standards Authority has produced guidelines for vloggers who promote products online, following a ban on a series of ads for Oreo last year.
In November 2014, the advertising standards watchdog ruled that YouTube vloggers did not indicate clearly enough that they were being paid by the brand’s owner, Mondelez, to feature Oreos in their "lick race" videos.
By: Staff | Aug 19 2015
If I told you this article was written by an algorithm (and you believed me), chances are you’d be creeped-out, suspicious of the content, and unable to muster much if any emotional response to it.
That’s a natural response. Yet companies don’t seem to be able to see algorithms from the consumer’s point of view. They think nothing of deploying algorithms as marketing tools. Instead, they should be looking for ways to inject humanity — and, yes, actual humans — into their efforts to reach out to customers.
I’ll explain why.
By: Staff | Aug 17 2015
PlatformOne comprehensive targeting solutions enable omni-channel marketing to help you deliver a consistent message and experience across every customer touch point. Our solutions leverage Neustar’s Authoritative Identity to give you the most accurate, actionable, and up-to-date audience targeting data.
By: Staff | Aug 15 2015
Crimson Hexagon allows businesses to answer strategic business questions using flexible, customizable categories. Whether you want to look at purchase intent, product attributes, drivers of sentiment, competitors, or category-level conversations, our platform can help. Best of all, with Crimson social media analytics you pay only for insights – not data.
Why Crimson Hexagon?
By: Staff | Aug 12 2015
CINCINNATI--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nielsen Catalina Solutions (NCS), a leader in enabling marketers to increase the sales impact of their advertising by powering cross-channel platforms with actual purchase data, today announced results of a new campaign that showed a seven percent lift in offline retail sales for Kellogg Company (NYSE: K).
By: Staff | Aug 10 2015
We track Total Media Value (TMV), earned vs. paid, organic social shares and true blog analytics, by measuring the value of each piece of content and engagement.
By: Staff | Aug 7 2015
IAB Europe surveyed more than 1,000 advertisers, agencies and publishers from 29 markets in Europe to provide clarity on the current adoption of programmatic and stakeholder perspectives on its potential for strategic competitive advantage.
Programmatic trading investments and revenues set to increase
Over 90% of all stakeholders say they will increase their programmatic investment or revenue over the next 12 months and 40% expect an increase of more than a third.
By: Staff | Aug 5 2015
In the face of a mobile revolution, consider this: Should where we're telling stories change how we're telling stories? How should video advertising evolve for mobile? Google's Art, Copy & Code team set out to find an answer. Here we explore the results of our first experiment.
By: Staff | Aug 3 2015
Recent moves by Google and Facebook have left some industry observers declaring this the dawn of a “walled garden” era of ad tech — one in which brands and agencies need to use a platform’s ad tech when purchasing that platform’s media.
By: Staff | Jul 31 2015
Chango lets you target and retarget users wherever they spend their time on-the-go. Our intent data — to find users on desktop and reach them on mobile.
Our cross-device solutions can be used in a variety of ways, depending on your set of goals. Highlighted below is our approach to these different cross-device solutions.
Scenario 1, Facebook:
By: Staff | Jul 29 2015
What’s up with The New York Times Co. and programmatic? We’ve pondered that question before, but the publishing giant declined to speak at the time.
By: Staff | Jul 27 2015
The digital video world will converge on Anaheim, Calif., this week for the sixth annual VidCon, a three-day extravaganza that's grown from 1,400 YouTubers and their rabid fans, to 20,000 strong, with top-tier creators from Vine, Vimeo, Tumblr and Meerkat, just to name a few. Some of the biggest brands on the planet will also be in attendance.
It's no wonder. While about 90 percent of video viewing is still on TV, according to Nielsen, 18- to 34-year-olds—a demographic coveted by advertisers—are increasingly cutting the cord.
By: Staff | Jul 24 2015
July 20, 2015 — Over the last several years, publishers and advertisers have continued to adopt programmatic buying and selling of digital inventory into their media strategies; however, within the complex programmatic ecosystem there has been a lack of consensus around the definition of programmatic and its associated types and formats and the size of the programmatic market in comparison with the overall internet advertising market.
By: Staff | Jul 22 2015
Call it something dry like "data on-boarding" or something marketable like "connectivity." Whatever it's called, Acxiom-owned LiveRamp is doing a lot more of it than a year ago. The company currently "on-boards" or connects 20 billion consumer records representing individuals or households each month, or around 240 billion per year.
By: Staff | Jul 20 2015
Media brands were quick to adopt video apps Periscope and Meerkat to broadcast live streams, and now Facebook marketers want in on that action.
By: Staff | Jul 17 2015
Real-time Bidding (RTB), a key component of the programmatic advertising revolution, represents a massive platform change in the way we advertise online by bringing the relevance and efficiency of search to display. RTB spend will reach 429 million GBP this year (eMarketer) as budget moves away from more traditional channels.
If advertisers consider RTB for display there are a couple of tips to help get it right:
By: Staff | Jul 15 2015