Regional buys, targeting streamers specifically, are quickly becoming the next logical step in a comprehensive media campaign.
2020 was the biggest holiday season ever for marketers and retailers—and 2021 is shaping up to be even more competitive. Give yourself a head start by getting your programmatic strategies in place now.
Let’s start with the good news: writers aren’t about to lose their jobs to robots. When The New York Times asked an AI system to generate a column on relationships, this was the result.
Let’s take a deeper look at FAST platforms, NextGen TV and their impacts on marketing and media industries.
Patients are now digital-savvy consumers, forcing the medical sector to shift from B2B to B2C – bringing plenty of opportunities for growth in the process.
As TV becomes more flexible across channels, as new cross-platform metrics take hold and as advertisers get more comfortable balancing budgets across linear and streaming, we’ll see an even greater majority of marketers manage TV holistically.
Advertising used to follow a predictable, traditional story arc: Lead in, build-up, climax, the big reveal, offer, and branding. This formulaic ad type is past its prime and simply does not perform anymore.
It’s never good to put all your eggs in one basket, and harnessing data is opening up fresh ways for brands to reach new people and drive traffic to their websites.
Product-led Growth (PLG) is a relatively new model that has been adopted by many of the most successful tech companies. In a product-led approach, brands want their users to get the core value as soon as possible.
As a proponent of ad tech innovation, it pains me to say this. Our industry is wildly inefficient, not automated, and not transparent. And we’re barely addressing these major faults.
After years of ads and interfaces that talk at users, the brands that best empower customers and maximize the benefits of interactive voice experiences will be those that learn to listen.
While consumers are out and about in droves and driving around at, or above, pre-pandemic levels, COVID has permanently shifted consumer behaviors, and thus, brands must shift how they are planning and allocating media.
No matter how much the world changes, the importance of serving your customers well will always be a top business priority. Yet how you achieve that goal must continually evolve.
If we are to be prepared for this brand-new ad ecosystem, we still need to address the challenges of data disparity and privacy-compliance that are causing so much concern.
Audio consumption experienced a huge surge over the pandemic and proved its worth as a powerful form of communication and now, at long last, we can measure just how much.
The ‘old’ has become new once again for TV and video advertising. As a premium environment, traditional TV has historically given advertisers a much greater reach using contextual targeting; with campaigns based around content.
For marketers, the glamour of digital has often been its ability to drive conversion, generate leads, and simply get people to shop – with immense accountability.
Direct mail marketing has fallen victim to the supply chain issues gripping countless industries, making it hard to find the very material that mailers are printed on.
Over the past 20 years, automation has transformed digital marketing and media, in all its forms, one way or another. Despite its ability to change the game, however, its impact has been gradual.
If you have not invested in creating a culture of video within your organization in a post-COVID world, you are literally losing ground to your competitors at this very moment.
In the following Q&A, we chat with Eddie Dingels, GroundTruth’s Chief Operating Officer, to get his view on the evolving mobile landscape.