How usable is your website? That’s a question everyone should be asking of themselves and their web presence on a regular basis. Fortunately, the answer is easier to obtain than ever before, thanks to Google’s Core Web Vitals. Clickio’s CEO, Alexander Azarov explains.
With mobile advertisers still grappling with the post-IDFA world, more iOS developments expected and Android changes on the (near) horizon, 2022 will be turbulent too.
Brand aggregators and accelerators are not really competitors but different approaches to the same goal: sustained growth for brands. And with all the aggregation that has already occurred in the past few years, perhaps acceleration will be the mandate for 2022 and beyond.
Tech-driven experiences provide a cool brand immersion and a low barrier to entry for the use of AI. Impactful, tangible instances of tech used for good, while brands getting involved capture greater share of attention.
Will 2022 slow down and give everyone a chance to recalibrate? Most likely not. Here’s what we can expect.
Just as the cause of climate change is multifaceted, the ways in which we can design greener digital products is not a singular silver bullet solution either.
By getting in on the ground, advertisers can build strong relationships with publishers and other players while helping to build the foundation that many others will soon discover.
Ultimately, consistency and authenticity are what will set brands apart. All experiences should reflect the brand’s values and aesthetics. And interactions should feel the same regardless of the device a customer is using.
Today there is an increasing dependency on technology partners for you to understand and reach your own customers. Our approach at Microsoft is to give you full control over your data and allow you to leverage that data to best serve your customer’s needs.
In this environment of high expectations, new technology trends are also changing the customer experience in stores. New hybrid sales fulfillment options like buy-online, pick-up-in-store (BOPIS) and curbside pickup are gaining popularity.
Once companies understand the new rules for digital deliveries, they’ll need to shift into higher gear with the tools and the technologies required to engage with more demanding customers.
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.
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.
What is your Metaverse strategy? Whether that question induces your eyes to roll or your eyebrows to raise, it’s sure to be one you’ll encounter from your customer, your boss, or your investors soon. That is, if you haven’t already.
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.