NEW YORK – Many marketers view consumer data as the ultimate cipher for understanding purchase patterns, but contextual data is what colors in the larger picture, according to a session Nov. 6 at ad:tech New York 2014.
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NEW YORK – Audience platforms that treat brands like consumers allow for the most authenticity, but they also require marketers to adhere to community rules, according to panelists at ad:tech New York 2014 on Nov. 5.
NEW YORK – The face of a campaign should not depend on fame, but rather consumer and brand relatability, according to panelists at ad:tech New York 2014 on Nov. 5.
NEW YORK – Compared to a one-size-fits-all national advertising campaign, enabling individual markets to customize an effort for their customers gets better results, according to panelists at ad:tech New York 2014 on Nov. 5.
NEW YORK – A MediaBrix executive at ad:tech New York 2013 said that brands should integrate into existing games to reach a broader audience in a helpful manner rather than create brand-centric games that hinder scope.
SAN FRANCISCO – A well-told, emotional story shared through a video platform can bring marketers a limitless return, according to a speaker at the ad:tech San Francisco 2013 conference.
SAN FRANCISCO – Marketers should craft advertising campaigns with their target consumer’s reaction and emotions at the forefront, according to a brand marketing executive at the ad:tech San Francisco 2013 conference.
NEW YORK – A L’Occitane en Provence executive at the ad:tech New York 2012 conference last week said that through prompting users to socially sign into its ecommerce site with their Facebook account, the brand is tailoring the experience to drive revenue.
NEW YORK – A Forrester Research executive at the ad:tech New York 2012 conference said that despite challenges marketers face in measuring social media, a way to justify its use within a company is to concentrate social efforts on one step in the customer journey.
NEW YORK – An executive at the ad:tech New York 2012 conference said that it is possible for marketers to grow their ad-targeting audience in both size and precision to increase ROI.