Consumers Seem to Be Falling Out of Love With Brands
More people today are using online reviews—sidestepping the role of marketers—and look at both the good and the bad before making a buying decision. Meanwhile, generics are gaining on name brands and many brands have seen their bonding score—a measurement of brands’ awareness and relevance with consumers—decline over the past five years.
A Look at How Phablets Compare in Size
As smartphones get bigger, tablets have gotten smaller, and the phablet is the result. Check out the below to see how some of the latest on the market size up.
A Comparison of the Challenges and Opportunities in the Tribune Publishing-Time Inc. Spinoffs
Tribune Publishing and Time Inc. are set to spinoff as independent companies later this year, following News Corp's separation from Rupert Murdoch's media empire last year. Both have illustrious pasts, but today they're unwanted assets, facing low morale and unfavorable publishing industry trends with the shift to digital.
People Aren’t Always Honest About Their Locations
As a marketer, you’ve mastered location-based marketing. Your pizza is hot, it’s lunchtime, and you’ve pinpointed those smartphone-carrying consumers who are in spitting distance of your store. But what if your target consumers aren’t where they claim to be?
A Look at Kids’ Exposure to Ads
Despite the availability of video games and streaming TV shows on mobile devices, kids still spend more time watching television than they do using any other type of media, and accordingly, seeing commercials.
4 Specialty Shops Trying to Make a Native Ad Land Grab
With marketers increasingly wanting to become content creators, a number of specialty shops are trying to get in on the business that publishers and brands also are laying claim to. Here’s a look at four of them.
The Wall Street Journal Launches Native Ad Studio
The Wall Street Journal is jumping on the native ad bandwagon with the launch of a new content division, WSJ. Custom Studios. The division will offer the Journal’s first native ad product, Narratives, which will first appear March 11 with a three-month-long campaign for Brocade.
New York Magazine Launches Vulture Festival
New York magazine is extending its entertainment site Vulture to its first live event. The Vulture Festival, set to be announced today, will consist of 16 events for consumers that are meant to bring the site's pop culture sensibility to life. It will be held May 10-11 at New York's Milk Studios.
Nickelodeon Programming Exec Talks About What Defines the Post-Millennial Generation
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