Brand Safety For CTV Comes First, Performance Is A Close Second by Wayne Friedman , February 19, 2021 Although there is a continued lack of simple, industry-wide standards for cross-media and/or connected TV metrics — as well as some eye-opening fraud issues — CTV advertising dollars are estimated to rise to $11 billion. What’s the … Continue reading Brand Safety For CTV Comes First, Performance Is A Close Second
Erika Dickstein December 10, 2020 You know what I have been thinking about a lot lately? What would 2019 Erika think if she was shown a picture of a grocery store with everyone wearing masks and (hopefully) abiding by line markers indicating which way you can enter the cereal article? If someone had told me … Continue reading How Do You Assess Risk When it Comes to Your Website?
Watch Out, Squarespace: Here Comes Mailchimp by Kaila Colbin , Featured Contributor, October 23, 2020 You may be surprised to learn this, but there was a time when we had to go and buy music on a physical medium in a physical store. No, really. We purchased cassette tapes and albums that cost actual money … Continue reading Watch Out, Squarespace: Here Comes Mailchimp
Consumer Behavior Changing When It Comes To Sharing Sensitive Information: ARF Study by Laurie Sullivan , Staff Writer @lauriesullivan, October 9, 2020 Consumers have shifted their attitudes and changed their behavior when it comes to advertising and COVID-19 terms, according to findings released from the Advertising Research Foundation (ARF). The ARF’s Third Annual Privacy Study surveyed … Continue reading Consumer Behavior Changing When It Comes To Sharing Sensitive Information: ARF Study
Building A Search Engine Is Complicated, Especially When It Comes To Removing Bias by Laurie Sullivan , Staff Writer @lauriesullivan, July 20, 2020 Patrick Danial, cofounder-CTO at Terakeet, started the company in 1998 at 18 years old by building a search engine during the early days of Google’s launch. Now he almost seems thankful that it failed. “We tried … Continue reading Building A Search Engine Is Complicated, Especially When It Comes To Removing Bias
Steven Imke June 29, 2020 When I meet a new client who wants to start a business for the first time, I can get a pretty good sense of their potential for success depending on the kind of questions they ask me. Based on their questions, I mentally group them into either rabbits or foxes. … Continue reading Why You Need to Be a Fox and Not a Rabbit When It Comes to Business
Brooklin Nash — December 11, 2019 Follow @realBrookNash The goal of any eCommerce business is clear: as you draw your target audience to your website, you want to simultaneously convert them into customers. With billions of people online, Conversion Rate Optimization (CRO) is the new cornerstone of businesses operating online. “Your conversion rate is the … Continue reading Which Comes First: CRO or Personalization?
Here Comes the Noise: What’s Your Media Plan for 2020? by Karlis Collins , August 12, 2019 In 2020, political candidates will spend an all-time high in advertising, dispensing a projected $9.9 billion across TV, digital and social — a marked increase over the 2018 ($8.7 billion) and 2016 ($6.3 billion) elections. With the candidates … Continue reading Here Comes the Noise: What’s Your Media Plan for 2020?
Dr. Kathleen Allen — June 27, 2019 Follow @LeadingRoots — June 27, 2019 The conventional practice when leading change is to push the direction down from the top down. After all, hierarchical structures are designed to require direction that is pushed down from leadership to the employees. This was once a reasonable strategy – before … Continue reading The Benefit of Attraction vs Push When It Comes to Change
Paul Keijzer — June 20, 2019 Follow @Paul_Keijzer — June 20, 2019 Who makes a good leader? This is a question that experts have contemplated across countless leadership books and articles. Business owners and executives around the world have different perspectives on the approaches and qualities required for successful leadership. History makes it evident that … Continue reading Is Age Just a Number When It Comes to Leadership?