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  • The rise of the social media footballer

    … Football players are waking up to the vast amounts of money social networks are making off of their fans, turning to agencies to help them monetize their fans. “The industry often holds up the millions of fans someone like [Real Madrid’s] Cristiano Ronaldo has on Facebook, but the reality is, they’re not his fans; they’re Facebook fans,” said…

    Digidayin Social- 22 readers -
  • A granola bar maker is out to pop your filter bubble

    … The modern American reality is that of a political and social filter bubble. Maybe a granola bar can change things. On Tuesday, Kind Snacks will launch “Pop Your Bubble,” a Facebook plugin that connects Facebook users with people vastly different from them in order to force them to embrace different points of view. Consider it a Tinder swipe…

    Tanya Dua/ Digiday- 15 readers -
  • How auto brands are connecting with customers on mobile

    … Over 52 percent of all internet activity now takes place on mobile, with nearly 90 percent of that time passing in apps alone. By 2019, mobile advertising will represent 72 percent of all US digital ad spending. Leading brands know this and prioritize the power of mobile-first connections with their audiences. Brands that don’t will miss out…

    Digidayin Mobile How To's- 21 readers -
  • Comeback story: Inside Polaroid’s digital revival

    … This story first appeared in the spring issue of Digiday magazine, available exclusively to Digiday Pulse members. Join the community and receive the full magazine here. When Jason McCann got married in Brooklyn Heights last fall, he and his fiancée decided to ditch the photobooth. Instead, they settled for five Polaroid Instant cameras…

    Tanya Dua/ Digidayin Social- 25 readers -
  • Nick Denton on life after Gawker

    … Addressing to a room of more than 2,000 South by Southwest attendees on Sunday, Gawker founder Nick Denton was upfront about his life after the bankruptcy of Gawker Media in an interview with Jeff Goodby, chairman of agency Goodby, Silverstein & Partners. The conversation touched on the sensational case that brought Gawker into bankruptcy…

    Yuyu Chen/ Digiday- 17 readers -
  • The definitive Digiday guide to what’s in and what’s out at SXSW 2017

    … The party has begun: Brands, agencies, social stars, pet influencers, filmmakers, musicians, the former Vice President of the United States and Warren G are flocking to South by Southwest this week to talk about technology and creativity, and to get as much free stuff as possible. With more than 1,300 sessions, it can be hard to find the real gems…

    Yuyu Chen/ Digiday- 22 readers -
  • ‘The bubble has burst’: Brands are pulling back on SXSW 2017

    … For the second year in a row, Capital One will be taking over Antone’s Nightclub in Austin at South by Southwest this week. There, the brand will host music performances, product demos and speaking sessions just like in years past. But unlike past years, it will be packing all the action into just the one venue — last year Capital One hosted…

    Yuyu Chen/ Digiday- 27 readers -
  • How four retailers hurt by tech are now embracing digital

    … Over the past few years, retailers have faced their fair share of challenges. As more and more shoppers mine the web and their devices for deals instead of actual store fronts, longstanding brick-and-mortar brands have scrambled to keep up with the shift. “The fundamental challenge with retail is that it’s being disrupted by pure plays and Amazon…

    Tanya Dua/ Digidayin How To's- 17 readers -
  • 13 Ways that Content Is Monetized Online

    …, social media updates, webinars, public speeches, podcasts, and more. Influencer marketing can be quite lucrative but keep in mind that it only lasts as long as you can influence sales – not just reach. And again, be sure to disclose those relationships. I see many influencers in my own industry that don’t tell folks they’re getting paid to pitch…

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blogin Content- 42 readers -
  • ‘Programmatic is a process’: Dish exec talks big data and addressable TV

    … This story is part of a Digiday series on Programmatic TV, which examines how TV advertising is trying to act a little more like its digital cousin by introducing automation. Although ad tech’s immersion into TV has been slow-going so far, Dish is bringing automation to the industry through its programmatic exchange and addressable products…

    Digiday- 22 readers -
  • Tech firms use audiovisual signals to target TV ads

    … This story is part of a Digiday series on Programmatic TV, which examines how TV advertising is trying to act a little more like its digital cousin by introducing automation. Tracking a user on a computer can be as simple as implementing cookies, but cross-device identification is an entirely differently beast, especially when it involves TV…

    Digiday- 23 readers -
  • Targeted TV ads find niche in political campaigns

    … This is the first story in a series on Programmatic TV, which examines how TV advertising is trying to act a little more like its digital cousin by introducing automation. Ad tech’s foray into television has been stuck in first gear, but that hasn’t stopped political marketers from repurposing TV data in creative ways. Targeted political ads…

    Digiday- 17 readers -
  • A Day in The Life Of: Head of Programming at Viral Media Sensation Jukin Media

    …, the brand also boasts the title of highest per video view across 30 days at 2,153 views. Jukin is also tied for 2nd in per video engagements with an overall 1.1x increase in engagement compared to average videos. One of the masterminds behind Jukin Media's popular YouTube channels is Josh Kreitzman, Head of Programming and Publishing. Kreitzman…

    ReelSEOin Facebook- 33 readers -
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