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Topic: Marketing

Social Sharing Has Become the Biggest Thing in Sports Marketing

Will digitally connected game experiences be next?

Sports sponsorship is big business. The cash investment —before a brand even activates the sponsorship—is under more scrutiny than ever in corporate boardrooms as shareholders look to drive sales through…

The New Video Ad Viewability Metric Is Drawing Scrutiny

Advertisers not happy that impressions count after 2 seconds

The Media Rating Council today is adopting a viewability metric, or “currency,” for online video ads that defines when viewable display impressions count. It’s the industry’s first attempt to address…

What America Eats: The Triumph of Marketing Over Science

Fed Up director says companies deliberately mislead consumers

What inspired you to make the movie? The initial idea was [the film’s executive producer and narrator] Katie Couric’s. I was on her show promoting my last film, Tapped, and as…

Pinterest Users Don't Mind Ads—Up to a Point

Adding value to conversations is key to acceptance

If you think the only people using Pinterest are moms and craft hobbyists, think again. While your typical Pinterest user is likely female (14 percent are men), they're a more…

Here Is Your First Look at the New Disney Channel Logo

Ding dong, the box is gone

The Disney Channel isn't exactly rebranding, but it is changing its logo and its network IDs to reflect a new, less boxy look that is going live on most of…

Listening to Beyoncé? Facebook Has an Ad for You

The fine line between social sharing and eavesdropping

You've long suspected that Facebook was listening to you—now we know it definitely will be. With your permission, of course. The social network appears to be preparing to serve ads…

Brand Genius 2014 Call for Submissions

Adweek is accepting nominations for marketing's top honor

For a quarter of a century, Adweek's Brand Genius Awards have recognized the sharpest marketing minds in the business—but we need your help in finding them. Do you know a…

Beats Music Uses Sound Headphone Marketing Strategies

Same savvy social, celebrity play

Beats Music’s announcement that in its first month of offering streaming music it signed up 1,000 subscribers a day is very impressive, but not surprising. The streaming music business is very…

Brands Must Turn to the Dark Data Side

A lot of vital insight remains hidden

Our industry traditionally, naturally focuses on the data most visible, most apparent and most readily captured—the data that streams through our digital, mobile, video and retail channels. But people today…

Why the Oscars Won With Women, and Adland Lost

Telecast's spots were vapid

The Oscars has been dubbed the “Super Bowl for Women,” although in many ways it is the antithesis—fewer breaks, snacks and alcohol. But this year’s Oscars marked a departure from…

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