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Do Brand Marketers Really Use Those Mobile Apps for Real-Time Analytics?

They do, in fact, and here's why

There's been a steady flow of mobile apps emerging for marketers, allowing them to monitor and tweak campaigns while they're running to an off-site meeting, doing the daily commute or…

Big Brands Like CoverGirl and Coke Are Finding the Perfect Moment to Deliver Mobile Ads

Timing is everything

Bottom-of-the-page mobile banner ads can be tough sells nowadays if you work at a media company, whether you're pitching them to an advertiser or a consumer. And mobile banners' underlying issue…

Capitalist Trappings Are Slow to Come to Cuba

But change is on the way

This week America takes another step toward normalizing relations with Cuba as it reopens embassies on the Caribbean's largest island. While the U.S. embargo remains in place, barring the business…

5 Intriguing Takes on Advertising and Technology's Relationship Status

New thoughts from industry's heavy hitters

The advertising and technology worlds have worked hand in hand since the early days of paper, evidenced by commercial messaging found in the ruins of Pompeii, as just one historical…

Coke's New Twitter Ads Call Out Viewers by Name

Social promos get personal

Fifteen or so years ago, email marketers started following in the footsteps of their direct mail predecessors by including the recipient's name at the top of the message—and often in…

Budweiser's Twitter Mentions Jumped 525% After FIFA's Sepp Blatter Quit

Call it the John Oliver effect

Amobee Brand Intelligence today tracked four major brand sponsors of FIFA—world soccer's embattled governing body—on Twitter during the hour before its president, Sepp Blatter, resigned in disgrace and the hour after…

Coke Zero Made a Drinkable Billboard That Is Actually Serving Soda to NCAA Fans

Thirsty, Indiana?

Here's a fun way for brands to dole out product samples. As part of its sponsorship of this weekend's NCAA Men's Final Four competition, Coke Zero and Ogilvy & Mather…

Should Brands Book a .Sucks or .Porn Domain?

For some, it's a question of creativity, not caution

Could the new .sucks and .porn Web domain options be a public relations nightmare for brands? Should companies buy these new URLs to preempt pranksters? Should they even consider actually…

March Madness Marketers Should Study the NBA for a Winning Instagram Strategy

Pro basketball offers clues to social video mastery

If brands that are investing in March Madness—we're looking at you, Capital One, Coke and AT&T—want to effectively extend their campaigns to social video, they should watch basketball's big boys for…

Lego's Movie May Have Been Snubbed, but It Still Dominated Digital Discussion at the Oscars

'Everything Is Awesome' sparked 47,290 mentions

For Lego's marketing team, everything is, well, awesome today when it comes to social buzz garnered from last night's Oscars.  According to Amobee's Brand Intelligence division, the toy brand received 47,290…

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