For an appliance brand like General Electric, partnering with retailers for sales is nothing new, but this year the tech company is taking a fresh approach driven by social and mobile.
A logo should instantly trigger a consumer's recognition of a brand and all it represents. But there are a lot of brands out there and, consequently, a lot of logos. Just take a stroll down a busy urban street—or a scroll down your Facebook feed. It can bring on a case of logo overload.
Pandora last week said its third-quarter ad revenues rose 31 percent year over year to $255 million, seemingly underscoring the narrative that the digital music service attracts brands because of its engaged listening audience.
At Twitter's #VideoNow show for agencies last month, Periscope co-founder Kayvon Beykpour said he plans to further intertwine his mobile app with Twitter "very soon." Right now, when people employ his li
Sprite is inviting Snapchat users in Brazil to put their Snapcodes on millions of its soda cans. Snapcodes are QR codes—two-dimensional barcodes scannable on smartphones—that are designed to help people on the mobile-social platform gain more friends.
Videology, the video advertising company, has a new deal with Nielsen to use data to help TV advertisers target audiences that are watching more and more on digital channels—and that means young people.
Advertising technology firm Turn announced an $80 million investment today. The fundraising round, at least for now, delays the need for a public offering. Turn is using its new money to invest in its data platform, which delivers to advertisers and ad traders real-time information about more than a million ads a second.