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Everything you'll need to get ready for the post-retirement trip.
2. Searches and navigations relating to flowers remained high on Valentine's Day itself, offering an opportunity for advertisers
"Billionaires have been flocking to Wyoming, attracted by its outdoor lifestyle and low taxes." - New York Times. Oh snap
Are things about to get ugly in the ride-hailing business?
If, for example, new data reveals that a high percentage of people who visit a given product page multiple times end up making
So, what's a marketer to do? Understand the way your media partners arrive at location. Know which methodologies they employ
As the synergies between mobile and OOH continue to develop and become more and more sophisticated, I definitely don't see
Where native often falls short is scalability, because it's not the "one-size-fits most" solution the industry has come to
Graphic ad experiences on mobile (let's ignore other types, such as audio, for now) are embedded in environments as varied
Geotargeting Calls-to-Action Mobile users have warmed up to the prospect of sharing their location data with interested brands
What's more, the SE is likely more of a niche item than a trendsetter in terms of size. The SE's small form won't appeal
We would suggest that you compare the performance of that campaign against a prior campaign that had similar pricing parameters
Millions of drivers use Waze, a Google-owned navigation app, to find the best, fastest route from point A to point B. And
Academy-Award winning actor Morgan Freeman is now the voice of a GPS app.
Heroes sometimes surface, when the timing and circumstances are right. Fortunately. And when they do, it's always in the context of triumphing ... good over evil.
Measuring Effectiveness Early television advertising was essentially graphic radio advertising--voice reading over moving
It is estimated that 80 to 85 percent of the energy consumed in the U.S. is from fossil fuels. One of the main reasons given for continuing to use this energy source is that it is much less expensive than alternatives. The true cost, however, depends on what you include in the calculation, and there are so many costs not figured in the bills we pay for energy.