by Kaila Colbin on Jul 29, 2:16 PM
For instance, before sending a tweet, ask ourselves "Who is this for? Does it need more context? What am I trying to achieve?"
by Dave Morgan on Jul 28, 2:24 PM
For one, consider the revenue reversals at digital ad behemoths like Meta.
by Cory Treffiletti on Jul 27, 1:04 PM
The death of third-party cookies is not the death of online ads or targeting. You are still left with first-party data.
by Gord Hotchkiss on Jul 26, 2:04 PM
I was born in 1961. I always thought that technically made me a baby boomer. But I recently discovered that I am, in fact, part of Generation Jones.
by Maarten Albarda on Jul 22, 8:42 AM
I hope the examples I cite here are merely proof of stressed-out marketing pros, and not the beginning of the end of marketing -- and Western Civilization -- as we know it.
by Dave Morgan on Jul 21, 12:10 PM
Netflix is already talking about following a more conventional model where new episodes come out weekly, growing viewer anticipation.
by Cory Treffiletti on Jul 20, 11:27 AM
But first it will have to weather a winter so the real companies with real revenue and true differentiation can establish clear customer engagement and loyalty.
by Gord Hotchkiss on Jul 19, 12:15 PM
A recent study shows that the algorithms behind search are built on top of the biases endemic in our society.
by Steven Rosenbaum on Jul 18, 1:10 PM
Starting back in 2016, a reform of Finland's education system was aimed at emphasizing critical thinking.
by Kaila Colbin on Jul 15, 2:07 PM
Not every big tech company treats people like crap. Here's some examples of those who don't, with market caps ranging from $8 billion to $47 billion.