Don’t we all yearn for someone we can boss around that’ll actually listen to what we have to say? I mean that’s why we have younger siblings— but voice assistants too.
In our crazy ad-saturated world, the day has come where consumers have become more digitally-aware (yes, they may be evolving).
Ever been catfished? We’re sorry to hear that— but one person is better than a whole crowd, right?
Let’s face it, display ads have been around since the beginning of time—because the launch of the internet constitutes the beginning of time, right?
Video and direct response. Kind of an oxymoron? Well, that is up for debate.
Traditionally, the TV buying and selling process has involved countless non-automatic and manual interactions. A process that, while long-established, has become a little too drawn out for all of our current technological capabilities. Cue Programmatic TV.
The human brain is, hands down, the most complex organ in all of our bodies. It is made up of billions of neurons and signal transmitters that
On Thanksgiving night we all probably gathered with our families and loved ones for some bonding time and incredible feasts of food. And on Friday, brave souls wandered to shopping centers and big retailers in search of some of the best deals of the year.
With the speed at which technology is advancing nowadays, the world is left to play a constant game of catch up. This is especially true in the marketing world, where players in the industry have to react quickly to the ever-evolving technological landscape or be
Walk around the aisles of any retail store, and you are bound to encounter at least one person looking at the screen of their smartphone. Our interdependency on our digital technology has become fairly commonplace. With the holiday shopping season looming, our smartphones will definitely