March 28, 2017

Creative Brand Ads Just Drove Up Downloads of Lyft’s App

March 14, 2017 Staff

Can brand ads for apps drive installs better than traditional direct response ads? That’s what Lyft discovered working with Google’s Art, Copy & Code project. In a case study published today, Google shares some surprising findings from their analysis of thousands of YouTube videos running TrueView app install ads for […]

Dark Social Marketing Is Out Of Control!

June 10, 2016 MarketingNewz Staff

Global Dark Social sharing is now 84% of all consumer sharing of publisher and marketer content according to a new study by RadiumOne. Dark Social activity is considered to be sharing of content via private channels such as email or messaging. According to the study, Dark Social shares as a […]

The One CES 2015 Trend Marketers Should Care About

January 6, 2015 Rohit Bhargava

If there is one thing that is dramatically clear from this week’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, it is that the future is definitely not about mobile. Or smart televisions. Or super slim digital cameras. Instead of these mainstream consumer gadgets, the products getting attention this week are wildly […]

Digital Content Strategies to Interact with Your Audience

November 4, 2014 Lee Odden

Integrated Marketing often means a combination of marketing tactics as part of a specific campaign tied together with a common goal and audience. As consumers become more diverse and sophisticated in how they discover, consume and interact with digital content, it only follows that marketers correspond their efforts to provide a common […]

Why No-One Cares About Your Brand

August 20, 2013 Danny Brown

Depending who you listen to or read in the social media space, the best reason to use social media for your brand varies. It can be for listening; resolving issues; lead generation; focus groups; recruitment; and much, much more.

Social Brands and the Seven Deadly Sins

February 22, 2011 Kevin Dugan

Companies establishing a social media presence may make some missteps. Some of the brands known for their social presence, including Best Buy and Starbucks, can point to mistakes made along the way and to what the brand learned from it.

Why Marketing Is Difficult For Startups

September 28, 2010 Robert Scoble

Watch this video with Indinero’s founder, Jessica Mah. She’s 20 years old. I’ve known her since she was 16 and she’s always been an aspiring entrepreneur. But look around the house that the co-founders all share. Five geeks sharing rent in Silicon Valley. Keeping expenses down. It’s messy, clothes are […]

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