Emergent threat looms over popular connected TV Published in Adweek, August 7, 2019 The American Association of Advertising Agencies is poised to launch an anti-fraud playbook to help media buyers steer clear of the pitfalls associated with connected TV as its popularity grows. The guidelines are set for publication next quarter with backing from some […]
Originally published in MediaVillage, August 5, 2019 by Louis Jones, 4A’s Burglary, phishing, identity theft: as you confront these everyday criminal activities, your safety may depend on having the full support of your community and associates. The same holds true for brand safety. Piracy, malware, and unsafe adjacencies are persistent perils for advertisers and the agencies […]
View Fuel Lines, a blog by Michael Gass, for ideas on the use of social media, content, and inbound marketing strategies to fuel agency new business.
In this blog, RMAA Group gives tips on how to attract Russian travelers with content marketing. Check out three recommended blog sites to promote your destination and learn about different content types ranging from news/informational to advertising/video/viral, and more.
By Jennifer Risi, Worldwide Chief Communications Officer, Ogilvy At the November 2018 3% Conference, leaders and influencers from across the creative world came together for a week of events, discussions, and networking focused on the divergence of creativity and diversity. Sadly, that intersection is all too uncommon; for those who don’t know, the 3% Movement […]
Garrand Moehlenkamp’s Chief Marketing (and Nourishing) Officer, Matt Striker, shares his thoughts on the importance of a brand point of view.
In this blog post, Jeff Mard, VP Innovation & New Business at Cronin, discusses the advent of voice technologies like Alexa and their impact on brand strategy.
In this op-ed Mike Proulx, EVP, Director of Digital Strategy & Tech Innovation at Hill Holliday, shares his perspective that brands fighting the daily share battle have a better weapon.